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#TalentoDesdeCasa de Entre Cuerdas y Metales ends after 62 days of uninterrupted music on social networks (22/05/2020)

| In the initiative, created to make the confinement by Covid-19 more bearable, a total of 73 young people from the Region have participated | Since the beginning of the confinement and throughout 62 days, the initiative launched from the Entre Cuerdas y Metales contest with the hashtag #TalentoDesdeCasaECYM has been publishing a series of videos, which can be continued on Instagram and twitter @cuerdasymetales, and which It has had a total of 73 young people, among them, participants in the current edition of the contest, has obtained more than 35,000 views.The launch of this initiative is due to the fact that the 23rd edition of Entre Cuerdas y Metales, which was scheduled for March and April, could not be held due to the health crisis.

As indicated by the Councilor for Youth, David Martínez, "adverse circumstances have not stopped us, but have encouraged us even more to continue showing the great number of talents that exist in our Region."In Talent from Home, Entre Cuerdas y Metales has made a journey through the 23 years of this regional contest, in which the presence of former winners has been recovered, showing in Instagram publications some brief lines of their careers, in which the number of successes achieved by all of them is evident.

They have all continued their careers, won other awards, formed part of a multitude of orchestras, given concerts all over the world, many of them combining their concert activities with teaching or other activities."It has been enormously gratifying to look back and remember, throughout these two months, all these young people who have given us unique moments, cheering us on in these difficult days and making us feel true admiration for their talent," said the mayor.

This has also served to pay tribute to them, showing the great wealth of professionals who have left the Region and who have left the flag high, not only at the national but also at the international level.In this sense, David Martínez highlighted that “we thank each and every one of them for having shared their music with us and, of course, we also thank all of you who have accompanied us from your homes, in total There have been more than 34,000 views between instagram and twitter, which means we have achieved our goal.

Music has been a consolation to us, enjoying it is crucial to recover normality, it fights our fears and appeases the pain and sadness after the crisis ”.In the summary video of #TalentoDesdeCasaECYM the images of these 73 young people are shown, putting the music one of the participants in this initiative, the Cartagena composer: Javier Pérez Garrido, with his 'Heroic Overture', very consistent for these days we are living .

“With an American aesthetic and highly influenced by symphonic creations for great Hollywood films, this triumphant Heroic Overture is divided as a symphonic poem into three large blocks, preceded by an introduction with a trumpet solo.

The interventions of the metals and percussion as well as the delicacy and romanticism that reigns in the second section become vitally important and are transformed into a magical choir with a passionate and great spirit.

The original version, for symphony orchestra,It was commissioned by the Youth Orchestra of the Region of Murcia (OJRM) in 2008 while the band version was released by the Portuguese Navy Band in Lisbon -before important personalities such as the President of the Republic of Portugal- during the Day of the Navy, 2016 ”, he explained.The 'Heroic Overture', Op.

26a that accompanies the video is interpreted by the Music Unit of the Third of Levante of Marine Corps, directed by Jaime Enguídanos Royo.PARTICIPANTSDavid Cámara Martínez, piano.

Víctor Hugo Sánchez Sánchez, saxophone.

Víctor Serrano Llamas, clarinet.

Saxophone Quartet: Luis Garrido Villa, Eduardo Perea Palazón, Víctor Hugo Sánchez Sánchez and Francisco Javier Martínez Bernal.

Juan Llorente Corbalán, flamenco guitar.

Francisca Isabel Sánchez Fernández, harp.

Carlos Mulero García, cello.

Paula Vicente Romero, harp.

Julián Caballero Mateos, violin.

Cristina Navajas Castillo, mandolin.

Lucia Sánchez Zaplana, trumpet.

Paula Vera Arce, transverse flute.

Laura Martín Gallego, harp.

Carmen Mateo Olmos, guitar.

Ernesto Mateo Solana, double bass.

Marina Pérez Fernández, marimba.

Irene Sordo Martínez, transverse flute.

Jorge Alcaraz Zaplana, cello.

Enrique Ruiz Izquierdo, violin.

Isabel María Barba Lozano, piano.

José Jiménez Alarcón, piano.

Rafael Jiménez Alarcón, piano.Raúl López Martínez, horn.

Pedro Núñez, trumpet.

José Ángel Franco Vidal, euphonium.

Javier Pérez Garrido, composer.

Gabriel Escudero Braquehais, piano.

José Luis Inglés Martínez, clarinet.

Francisco Franco Vidal, saxophone.

Pablo Alcántara Martínez, transverse flute.

Pablo Albarracín Abellán, violin.

Ana Mba Flores, viola.

María del Carmen Portela Tapia, soprano.

Arturo Abellán Sánchez, piano.

Miriam Silva Martínez, soprano.

Samuel Muñoz Álvaro, marimba.

María Dolores Cayuela Baeza, singer.

Miguel Ángel Ros Soto, cello.

Isabel Martínez, guitar.

Óscar Requena Toulouse, piano.

Mario Muñoz Álvaro, marimba.

Álvaro Canales Albert, bassoon.

Francisco Tortosa Sancho, marimba.

Duet: Lázaro Fernández Millán, piano and Pedro Fernández Millán, cello.

Miriam Pastor Burgos, oboe.

Javier Albarracín Abellán, violates.

Diego Valls Ortega, tuba.Alejandro Solano García, marimba.

Paola Requena Toulouse, guitar.

Trombone quartet: Iván Lillo Cifuentes, Pedro Antonio García Soto, Mariano Leandro Méndez and José Manuel Parrón García.

Víctor Rodríguez García, piano.

Duet: María Dolores Martínez García, oboe and Mª José Martínez García, cello.

Celia Sánchez González, piano.

Mª Ángeles Ayala Moreno, piano.

Francisco Javier Alcaraz León, trumpet.

Celia Inglés Martínez, flute.

Elisa Sandoval Usero, soprano.

Mercedes Schmidt English, flute.

José Francisco Amaya Avellaneda, piano.

Víctor Amaya Avellaneda, piano.

Ángela Pérez Garrido, mandolin.

Pedro Diego Pérez García, horn.

Julia Ros Iniesta, cello.

Laura García Iniesta, violin.

Angela Abraham Valero, transverse flute.Pedro Antonio García Soto, Mariano Leandro Méndez and José Manuel Parrón García.

Víctor Rodríguez García, piano.

Duet: María Dolores Martínez García, oboe and Mª José Martínez García, cello.

Celia Sánchez González, piano.

Mª Ángeles Ayala Moreno, piano.

Francisco Javier Alcaraz León, trumpet.

Celia Inglés Martínez, flute.

Elisa Sandoval Usero, soprano.

Mercedes Schmidt English, flute.

José Francisco Amaya Avellaneda, piano.

Víctor Amaya Avellaneda, piano.

Ángela Pérez Garrido, mandolin.

Pedro Diego Pérez García, horn.

Julia Ros Iniesta, cello.

Laura García Iniesta, violin.

Angela Abraham Valero, transverse flute.Pedro Antonio García Soto, Mariano Leandro Méndez and José Manuel Parrón García.

Víctor Rodríguez García, piano.

Duet: María Dolores Martínez García, oboe and Mª José Martínez García, cello.

Celia Sánchez González, piano.

Mª Ángeles Ayala Moreno, piano.

Francisco Javier Alcaraz León, trumpet.

Celia Inglés Martínez, flute.

Elisa Sandoval Usero, soprano.

Mercedes Schmidt English, flute.

José Francisco Amaya Avellaneda, piano.

Víctor Amaya Avellaneda, piano.

Ángela Pérez Garrido, mandolin.

Pedro Diego Pérez García, horn.

Julia Ros Iniesta, cello.

Laura García Iniesta, violin.

Angela Abraham Valero, transverse flute.Mª Ángeles Ayala Moreno, piano.

Francisco Javier Alcaraz León, trumpet.

Celia Inglés Martínez, flute.

Elisa Sandoval Usero, soprano.

Mercedes Schmidt English, flute.

José Francisco Amaya Avellaneda, piano.

Víctor Amaya Avellaneda, piano.

Ángela Pérez Garrido, mandolin.

Pedro Diego Pérez García, horn.

Julia Ros Iniesta, cello.

Laura García Iniesta, violin.

Angela Abraham Valero, transverse flute.Mª Ángeles Ayala Moreno, piano.

Francisco Javier Alcaraz León, trumpet.

Celia Inglés Martínez, flute.

Elisa Sandoval Usero, soprano.

Mercedes Schmidt English, flute.

José Francisco Amaya Avellaneda, piano.

Víctor Amaya Avellaneda, piano.

Ángela Pérez Garrido, mandolin.

Pedro Diego Pérez García, horn.

Julia Ros Iniesta, cello.

Laura García Iniesta, violin.

Angela Abraham Valero, transverse flute.More about the author who has put music to the #TalentoDesdeCasa videoPérez Garrido is positioning himself as one of the most relevant emerging musical personalities at the international level.

Composer, director, clarinetist and teacher, Javier Pérez Garrido has been awarded more than 30 times, including the Hollywood Music in Media Awards, the Global Music Awards in California, the Akademia Music Awards in Los Angeles, the Jerry Goldsmith Awards and the Premio International Composition of Symphonic Music 'Vila de Muro', among others.As a composer, he receives commissions from musicians and institutions around the world such as the World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles, the International Trumpet Guild, the European Union Youth Wind Orchestra, the Banda da Armada Portuguesa, etc.

And his creations are published in scores and CDs (Molenaar, Cimarron Music Press, Egge Verlag, Piles) and programmed in different European, American and Asian countries.He has been clarinetist for the European Union Youth Wind Orchestra, the Ostrava New Orchestra, the Young National Orchestra of Spain or the Youth Orchestra of the Region of Murcia, among others, and as a soloist his recital for Fifteen Minutes of Fame, Nueva York.

He has offered concerts as conductor, band and choir in Madrid, Albacete, Murcia, Toledo, Valencia, etc.

Currently he combines his artistic side with pedagogy as a professor at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Navarra.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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