New programme of the “Dissidences” cycle.
The Caja de Música auditorium of the CentroCentro space of the Madrid City Council will host tomorrow Wednesday, at 19:30, the sixth programme of the 2021 edition of Disidencias, the “cycle of hybrid concerts, music, text, ideas, paradoxes…” organised by the composer, essayist, critic and journalist Jorge Fernández Guerra (Madrid, 1952). The programme to be performed tomorrow is entitled Espacios cerrados (“Closed Spaces“) and will talk about confinement, taking as its point of departure the play Huis clos (“No Exit“), by Jean-Paul Sartre, famous for its conclusion: “hell is other people”. In its musical section, the duo formed by the clarinettist Mónica Campillo and the violinist Juan Luis Gallego will offer a concert that will begin with the Sonata for violin in D minor, op. 27, no. 3, “Balada” by the Belgian violinist and composer Eugène Ysaÿe (1858-1931), followed by the world premiere of Fernández Guerra’s latest composition, Espace clos, composed during the confinement in the spring of 2020. The concert will conclude with a performance of Histoires à dormir debout by the American minimalist composer Tom Johnson (Greeley, Colorado, 1939) for solo clarinet and recitative.