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Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia

Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia is a Spanish orchestra, created in 1992 and based in A Coruña, where it is the main orchestra in the city's Mozart Festival. Its conductor is Dima Slobodeniouk.


  • 2012-13 staff 1
  • World Premieres 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

2012-13 staff

  • Violins I: Massimo Spadano (CM), Ludwig Dürichen (CMA), Vladimir Prjevalski (CMA), Ruslan Asanov, Yana Antonyan, Caroline Bournaud, Gabriel Bussi, Vinka Hauser, Dominica Malec, Dorothea Nicholas, Benjamin Smith, Stefan Utanu, Florian Vlashi, Roman Wojtowicz
  • Violins II: Julián Gil (P), Fumika Yamamura (P), Lucica Trita (PA), Gertraud Brilmayer, Lilia Kirilova, Marcelo González, Deborah Hamburger, Enrique Iglesias, Helle Karlsson, Gregory Klass, Adrián Linares, Stefan Marinescu, Mihai Tanasescu
  • Violas: Eugenia Petrova (P), Francisco Miguens (P), Andrei Kevorkov (PA), Raymond Arteaga, Alison Dalglish, Despina Ionescu, Jeffrey Johnson, Jozef Kramar, Luigi Mazzucato, Karen Poghosyan, Wladimir Rosinskij
  • Celli: David Ethève (P), Puslana Prokopenko (P), Gabriel Tanasescu (PA), Antonieta Carrasco, Berthold Hamburger, Scott Hardy, Vladimir Litvihk, Ramón Solsona, Florence Ronfort
  • Double Basses: Risto Vuolanne (P), Diego Zecharies (P), Todd Williamson (PA), Mario Alexandre, Douglas Gwynn, Sergei Rechetilov, José Rodrigues

  • Flutes: Claudia Walker (P), María J. Ortuño (PA), Juan Ibáñez
  • Oboes: Casey Hill (P), David Villa (PA), Scott MacLeod
  • Clarinets: Juan A. Ferrer (P), Iván Marín (PA), Pere Anguera
  • Bassoons: Steve Harriswangler (P), Mary H. Harriswangler (PA), Manuel A. Salgueiro

  • Horns: David Bushnell (P), David Fernández (P), Miguel Á. Garza (PA), Manuel Moya, Amy Schimmelman
  • Trumpets: John A. Hurn (P), Thomas Purdie (PA), Michael Halpern
  • Trombones: Petur Eiriksson (P), Jon Etterbeek (P), Eymir Sommerfelt
  • Tuba: Jesper Boile-Nielsen (P)

  • Percussion: Simon Levey (P), José A. Trigueros (P), José Belmonte, Alejandro Sanz
  • Harp: Celine Landelle (P)

World Premieres

Season Date Composer Composition Conductor
2007–08 2008-01-11 Wladimir Rosinskij Cello Concerto Tuomas Ollila
2008-04-04 Joam Trillo Festa na lembrança Rubén Gimeno
2008–09 2009-03-13 Sergio Moure de Oteyza Admonitum Víctor Pablo Pérez
2009-04-17 Eduardo Soutullo They Hear no Answering Strain Josep Pons
2009-04-24 Antoni Ernest Sebastià Angelus Novus José Ramón Encinar
2009–10 2009-11-13 Fernando Alonso Suite latinoamericana Miguel Harth-Bedoya
2010-02-19 Juan Vara Noche más allá de la noche Pablo González
2010-04-23 Tomás Marco Symphony No. 9 'Thalassa' Víctor Pablo Pérez
2010–11 2011-02-11 Fernando Buide Antiphones Pietari Inkinen
2011-03-18 Octavio Vazquez Ewiges blaues Licht Víctor Pablo Pérez
2011–12 2011-11-05 Fernando Alonso Diálogos en la penumbra Pietro Rizzo
2011-11-11 David Vayo Wellspring Michal Nesterowicz
2011-11-18 Fernando Buide Lingua de escuma Miguel Harth-Bedoya
2012–13 2012-10-19 Federico Mosquera Three Symphonic Movements Víctor Pablo Pérez
2012-10-26 Eligio Vila Symphonic Meditations Guillermo García Calvo
2013-01-05 Wladimir Rosinskij Taimyr Pietro Rizzo
2013-02-01 Javier Martínez Campos Cliffs of Moher Josep Pons


External links

  • Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia - OSG's web page.
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