Conservatorio Superior de Musica “Salvador Segui”

13th Concert of the International Music Cycle

5. April 2018
Knight's Hall, Križanke
Free entrance

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Sergi Vicente, flute
Ana Sánchez, oboe
Gonzalo Pastor, clarinet
Josep Morató, bassoon
German Latorre, horn


Àngela Arnau, oboe
Joaquín Canet, bassoon
José Miguel Moll, piano


Patricia Gallardo, flute
Àngela Arnau, oboe
Gonzalo Pastor, clarinet
Joaquín Canet, bassoon
Amparo Salmerón, horn
Juan José Lorenzo, piano


P. Hindemith: Kleine Kammermusic for Wind Quintet No 2, Op. 24

F. Poulenc: Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano, Op. 43

F. Poulenc: Sextet for Piano and Woodwind Quintet, Op. 100

Students from the Conservatori Superior de Música Salvador Seguí de Castelló (Spain) will perform as a quintet, trio and sextet. The Noves Arts Quintet was formed in 2016 under the guidance of Guillem Escorihuela and has given several concerts around the Valencia region: in Valencia, Cullera, Morella and Castelló. The quintet’s repertoire includes the early works of Danzi and Reicha for wind quintet, works by Hindemith and works by contemporary composers. The members of the quintet are young musicians who have been selected for top Spanish youth orchestras.

The Arcarnau Trio, also formed in 2016, was established to give students of the Salvador Seguí Conservatory the opportunity to play chamber music. The trio has attended several master classes and seminars with musicians such as Lonnie Klein, Darko Brlek, Gabriele Pezone, Emin Guven and Mark Messenger, and performed in Catarroja, Valencia, Castelló and around eastern Spain. The members of the trio also perform in the conservatory’s symphony orchestra and work regularly with various youth symphony orchestras around Spain.

The Poulenc Sextet formed in the chamber music department of the Salvador Seguí Conservatory in Castelló. Its members have performed around Spain and won numerous individual prizes. Wishing to explore the sextet repertoire, they began playing under the guidance of Nina Machaveli and Guillem Escorihuela in 2016. They have also trained with teachers such as Leonel Morales (piano), Arnaldo de Felice (oboe), Arie van der Beek (oboe), Claudio Conti (clarinet), Darko Brlek (clarinet), Ria Giorgiadis (flute), Giovanni Mugnuolo (flute), Marc Noetzel (horn) and Alfonso Patriarca (bassoon).



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