translated from Spanish: It starts on Thursday 6 September 2nd. Season of the OSSLA in the UAdeO

Culiacan.-with two premieres in Sinaloa, on Thursday, September 6 at 20:00 hours, in the Teatro Lynx of the Universidad Autónoma de Occidente, starts the second season 2018 of the Sinaloa Symphony Orchestra of the Arts, which includes in addition the Symphony no. 8, Antonín Dvorak, under the direction of Miguel de el Real and as a soloist will be the flautist Marisa channels. Read also: the toast of La Traviata starts the Opera Workshop of SinaloaEl start to the season was announced by Papik Ramírez Bernal, director general of the Sinaloa Institute of culture; Sylvia peace Diaz Camacho, Rector of the Universidad Autónoma de Occidente, and Victoria Tatto Prieto, Director of the ISIC artistic companies. 

Photo courtesy read also: Jaime Labastida shares the origins of the Poesiaramirez Bernal pointed out that much of this second season of the Orchestra program will be included in the Festival Cultural pure Sinaloa 2018, which will soon be released, by the only announce home activities during September, with three concerts, the first two to be held in the Lynx theatre of the UAdeO and the third, in the Auditorium of the Modular Inés Arredondo, within the celebrations of the anniversary of Culiacan.diaz Camacho He reiterated the full disposition of the UAdeO to support these activities in their facilities, since it is committed to providing its students a well-rounded education, and the presence of the Orchestra is part of that intention, thanks to an agreement signed with the ISIC, which has been the most relevant. 

Photo courtesy Prieto Tatto Meanwhile commented that it is a very balanced season, designed to meet all tastes, from classical to the most innovative, with offer of the 21st century, a sample of which is the program for this month, and will have 14 activities in four m unicipios (Culiacán, Mazatlán, Salvador Alvarado and Ahome), at eight venues, four directors and two premieres in Mexico and two more in Sinaloa, with a total of 22 concerts, 14 programs, 4 guest conductors, as well as accompaniments for 2 choirs, soloists and dance along the season covering September to December of this year. Program no. 1 of the season includes premieres in Sinaloa of the concert for flute and Orchestra, Alexis Aranda, and 7 symphonic miniatures, with a series of small compositions of contemporary Mexican authors such as Alejandra Odger, Carlos Gómez Matus, Charles Daniels towers, Felipe Pérez Santiago, Arturo Morfin, Sergio Cano, Juan Francisco Urrusti. 

Photo courtesy the second program, on Thursday 13, will have as a guest director maestro Claudio Cohen and two premieres integrate it in Mexico, with the Brazilian parts lands, Ricardo Calderoni; Three episodes for Orchestra, Ney Rosauro, and complemented with parts Libertango by Astor Piazzola; Canambu, Eduardo Gamboa, and Bacchianas Brasileiras no. 7, Heitor Villalobos.El No. 3 will take place within the celebrations of the Foundation of Culiacan and will be held on Friday 28th, in the Modular Inés Arredondo, and integrates with temporary, José Pablo Moncayo land; parts Mariachitlan, Juan Pablo Contreras; Market Garmendia, Eduardo Gamboa, and closes with the Symphony no. 5, Piotr I. Tchaikovsky. 

Photo courtesy Marisa channels is a flutist, music producer and Director of the Urtext Digital Classics label; He earned his Bachelor’s degree Magna Cum Laude in flute at the Philadelphia College of Performing Arts, and thanks to a grant from the French Government, he completed his postgraduate studies at the Conservatory of Versailles, France, having obtained two first prizes (gold medals) both flute and music of Camara.en this note: second season OSSLA OSSLA in UAdeO

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