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Between Strings and Metals, he will give the awards of his XXII edition on Friday at El Batel (16/05/2019)

On Friday, May 17, the Closing Concert of the twenty-second edition of the Between Strings and Metals competition, organized by the Youth Council of the City of Cartagena and the Conservatory of Music of Cartagena, will be held at the El Batel de Cartagena Auditorium.

The entrance to the Closing Gala will be free and free until full capacity, opening the doors one hour before its start, scheduled for 20 hours.

This has been a very special edition with a very high participation (in total 169 young people) and with a lot of level on the part of the contestants of the XXII edition.

In the Closing Ceremony, in addition to making public the decision of the Jury in all the modalities of the contest, a Gala conducted by the Company Hechizo Teatro will be offered.

Among the protagonists of the Gala, will be the performance of the winning group in the modality of Chamber Music of the last edition of Entre Cuerdas y Metales, the Scherzo Quintet, composed by Ana Ros Hernández (transverse flute), María Conesa Vidal (clarinet) , Pablo Bernal Pozo (oboe), Paula Cerdán Brau (horn) and Javier García Bas (bassoon), who will perform, among other pieces: Wind Quintet D Major, Op. 95 by JB Foerster and Three Shanties by Malcolm Arnold.

This year the woman has played a key role in the contest, starting with the tribute we continue to the composer and one of the best pianists in history, Clara Schumann, celebrating the bicentennial of his birth, and by extension to other 14 women composers from the Middle Ages to the postromanticism that have also been key in the history of music and that we wanted to make known in the exhibition "Those Great Unknowns", which will be present again at the Closing Gala of Between Strings and Metals in the Batel.

Not only in the field of composition there is a void and negligible recognition among the female sector, but also in other facets of music such as that of the Direction.

The history of women orchestra directors goes back a few years ago.

They are still very few and mostly unknown.

It's hard to see them on stage, so we wanted to recover one of them and close the Closing Gala in the best possible way;

with Isabel María Rubio Molina, who was also awarded in the Entre Cuerdas y Metals Competition in the X Edition in 2007 in percussion mode.

Thus, the Orchestra of the Conservatory of Music of Cartagena, whose titular director is Ginés Martínez Vera who has kindly given the baton to Isabel Rubio, will be in charge of putting the finishing touch to the closing ceremony of Entre Cuerdas y Metals, in its twentieth second edition.

They will interpret: La Gazza Ladra by G. Rossini and the Soundtrack "Las Crónicas de Narnia"

ISABEL RUBIO

Born in the town of Abarán Murcia, and grows in Águilas, where he began his musical studies in the specialty of percussion.

She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Orchestra and Percussion Management with honors from the superior conservatories of Murcia and Brussels.

He has a Master's Degree in Teacher Training.

He studied direction with the teachers José Miguel Rodilla, José Rafael Pascual-Vilaplana and Cristóbal Soler.

He expands his training with the masters Juan Miguel Romero, Norman Milanés, Enrique García Asensio, Ángel Martín, Eugene Corporon, Philippe Gérard, George Pehlivanian, Nicolás Pasquet, Jan Cober, Alex Schillings, Ives Segers, Jan Van der Roost, Johan de Meij, Douglas Bostock, Sergio Alapont, Rubén Gimeno, Álvaro Albiach, John Carewe and Dima Slobodeniouk.

As a percussionist, he was a member of the Youth Orchestra of the Region of Murcia, the Chapelle Musicale de Tournai, the Brussels Philarmonic Orchestra and the Symphony Orchestra of the Region of Murcia.

In addition, he won the First Prize of the Contest for young interpreters of the Region of Murcia "Between Strings and Metals" in 2007.

He has directed the Orchestra of Valencia, the orchestra of the FSMCV, the Chamber Orchestra "Sine Tempore" and the Young National Orchestra of Spain (JONDE).

She was selected by the AESDO together with the SMR academy to direct at the International Festival of Religious Music Week in Cuenca.

She has been invited by bands from the Region of Murcia, Andalusia, Castilla la Mancha, the Canary Islands and the Valencian Community, highlighting the "European Union Youth Wind Orchestra", the Municipal Symphonic Band of Madrid, Municipal of Alicante, Municipal of Bilbao and the Municipal of Santiago de Compostela.

As Principal Director, she has directed the Bands of Santomera and San Pedro del Pinatar in Murcia, and the Lalín Band in Pontevedra, in addition to directing the Youth Choir and Choir Luis Areán and Professor of Chamber Music, Analysis and Band, in the Professional Conservatory of Music of Lalín.

Isabel served as a jury in the national contests of composition of marches "Villa San Pedro del Pinatar", in the regional contest of bands of music of Murcia and soon in the international contest of bands of music "City of Benavente".

She was also invited as a professor of direction to the "Liceo la Paz" conservatory in A Coruña.

He has participated in numerous management competitions, such as the "II Atlantic Coast International Conducting Competition", Portugal;

"Weimar Meisterkurse", Germany;

"53ème Concourse International de Jeunes Chefs D'Orchestre de Besançon", France;

and was selected along with 15 other directors from around the world to participate in the "18th World Music Contest International Conductors Competition", Holland.

She was the winner of the 1st Orchestra Conducting Contest "Villa de Aspe", of the 1st International Contest of Address "Ciudad de Villena" and of the I Meetings on Orchestral Conducting of the Municipal Band of Bilbao.

She is currently Associate Director of the Young Symphony Orchestra of Granada and Assistant Director of the Orchestra of Valencia with Ramón Tebar as titular director, also continues to expand her training at the International Orchestra Conducting Academy "José Collado" (AIDO) in Valencia, with Cristóbal Soler as artistic director.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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