Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga


Director Cristóbal Soler
Lorena Valero mezzo-soprano
Waltzes and polkas from zarzuela and European operetta


F. Chueca, La alegría de la huerta. Prelude
F. Chueca, La Gran Vía. Menegilda's Tango: ‘¡Pobre chica, la que tiene que servir!’
F. von Suppe, Light Cavalry (‘Leichte Kavallerie’). Overture
F. Lehár, The Merry Widow (‘Die lustige Witwe’). Song of Vilja, ‘O Vilja, you little woods-maiden’ (‘Es lebt eine Vilja, ein Waldmägdelein’)
V.  Lleó, La corte de Faraón. Waltz / Babylonian couplets: “Son las mujeres de Babilonia.”
F. Chueca, Los arrastraos. Prelude
F.A.  Barbieri, El barberillo de Lavapiés. Song of Paloma: “Como nací en la calle de la Paloma”
M. Fernández Caballero, Los sobrinos del Capitán Grant. Waltz from the bottom of the sea
J. Strauss (song), ‘Emperor Waltz’ (‘Kaiser-Walzer’)
F. Lehár, Giuditta. Aria of Giuditta: ‘My lips, they kiss so hot’ (‘Meine Lippen, sie küssen so heiss’)
J. Strauss (song), The Blue Danube (‘An der schönen blauen Donau’)

Hand programme (ESP)

It is a tradition in major cities around the world to welcome the New Year with music. The Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra, together with Cristóbal Soler, the maestro from Valencia considered one of the most important conductors of his generation, and Lorena Valero, the mezzo-soprano from Lerida who stands out on stage due to the strong musical and theatrical personality with which she brings her characters to life, will perform the first beats of 2023 with a selection of waltzes, polkas, zarzuelas and European operetta.

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