This Saturday, January 23, at the Sala Compañía, the Young Interpreters Chamber Music cycle ‘Jerez sounds young’ will begin, which will also mark the debut as artistic director of the young Jerez violinist Irene Ortega Álvarez.
The cycle, which arises from Irene Ortega’s concern for taking to the stages of his hometown and making chamber music visible, it will have three concerts, with most of the participating performers being young Andalusians. Each concert will be dedicated to a specific formation, from the String Quartet, “father” of Chamber Music, through duos, trios, quintets and more unusual formations. These recitals will offer a very varied repertoire that will encompass both essential works of each group, as well as others that may be in the background but that in turn can be a revelation for the listener.
The cycle will have the support of the Jerez City Council and will be supported by the Reina Nilsen Foundation, in order to give talented young musicians an opportunity on stage and promote culture in Jerez.
The first concert will be this Saturday, at the Sala Compañía (Plaza Compañía, s / n) at 12.30. Tickets can be purchased at the Sala Compañía the day of the concert one hour before. The following concerts will take place on April 24 and May 29.