CAMAGÜEY.-The Ecuadorian Christopher Mina Díaz rehearses in this city for the concerts of May 18 and 25 at the Avellaneda Theater, on the second occasion that will lead the Symphonic Orchestra of Camagüey.

He has lived almost half of his life as orchestra director ─ 13 of his 28 years of age, a talent recognized for the fifty-year-old group with which he interacted in 2015, through Cuban master Enrique Pérez Mesa.

“I have found a young orchestra that continues to support the solid foundation of the teachers. It maintains this good school of master leaders and the energy of young people with a very good level. The orchestra is responding wonderfully”,said to Adelante Digital. The director of the Symphonic Orchestra of Loja, Ecuador, prepares for the 18th the Egmont Overture by Ludwig van Beethoven; the Symphony No. 4 by Johannes Brahms and "a surprise play".

The program of the 25th will be with the pianist Ana T. Agüero, in the Concerto for piano in D major, of J. Haydn; with Roberto Valdés in the Concerto for Clarinet and orchestra, of Weber, and will close with Symphony No. 5, of Tchaikovsky.

Christopher Mina Díaz insisted on the importance of valuing the work of the artist from the public, for the constancy of the study, especially if it is the concert music that speaks directly to the spirit of the human being.

"I can guarantee people that after a concert of classical music their life will never be the same again. It is a matter of sitting, closing your eyes, listening and letting the sentiment reveal, " he concluded.


Translated by Linet Acuña Quilez