Daniel Stabrawa and Máté Szücs, two world reference musicians, are the invited soloists for the closing concert of the 34th Algarve International Music Festival (FIMA), which will take place on Friday, 31, at the Teatro das Figuras, in Faro.
Maestro Rui Pinheiro, artistic director of FIMA, will direct the Orquestra Clássica do Sul in this final concert of the festival, whose theme will be "Music and Travel".
"Great travels have always been an inevitable consequence for the most successful songwriters," the musician says of the inspiration for Friday night's show.
"When C. M. von Weber received the invitation to write the opera 'Oberon', based on the work of Shakespeare, embarked on a trip to London to better master the English language. On the other hand, Mozart, as composer and interpreter of his works, made a long European tour with passages in Mannheim, Paris and Munich, where he received strong stylistic and formal influences, "added Rui Pinheiro.
The Czech composer A. Dvorák traveled to the United States of America and his 9th Symphony was the result of an order from the New York Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Orquestra Clássica do Sul will accompany on this musical journey two internationally renowned musicians – Daniel Stabrawa (violinist), soloist at the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and Máté Szücs (viola), who also passed the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra but is currently a professor at the Haute École of Musique de Genébra.
The concert "Music and Travel" will take place at the Teatro das Figuras, in Faro, on May 31, at 9:00 p.m.
The tickets have the unit value of 15 euros and can be purchased at the venue and through the online ticket office.