Manuel Hernández-Silva returns to Valencia on November 3 to conduct the fifth subscription concert of the Orquesta de Valencia, with which he made his debut just nine months ago. This concert, which is also part of the II Iturbi Piano Festival, will take place at the Teatro Principal, and brings together soloists Carlos Apellániz, piano; Diego Ares, harpsichord; Claudio Carbó, piano; Maria Linares, piano; Oscar Oliver, piano; Antonio Simón, fortepiano and piano; and Xavier Torres, piano, to tackle a repertoire that includes: Johann Sebastian Bach’s Concerto for four keyboards and orchestra in A minor, BWV 1065; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Concerto for three pianos and orchestra in F major, KV 242; Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s Concerto for harpsichord, fortepiano and orchestra in E flat major, H 479; Franz Liszt’s Totentanz. Danse Macabre, S 126; and Sergei Prokofiev’s Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 4, in B flat major for the left hand, Op. 53.

Manuel Hernández-Silva closed last season with significant debuts in orchestras such as the Orchestre National de Bordeaux-Aquitaine and the Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo, important premieres such as Stabat Mater by Moreno Buendía, or Salseando, by Roberto Sierra and Concerto Venezolano by Paquito D’ Rivera, both with Pacho Flores as soloist. He also returned to orchestras such as the Gran Canaria Philharmonic, the Buenos Aires Philharmonic or the Colombian National Symphony Orchestra.

Manuel Hernández-Silva returns to the Valencia Orchestra
At the beginning of this season, Manuel Hernández-Silva keeps the pulse with debuts at the Bogotá Sacred Music Festival or the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra, followed throughout the season with the Tucson Symphony in the USA, the Orchestre National du Pays de la Loire in France, the Arctic Philharmonic in Norway or the Galician Symphony in Spain. He will also return to the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra, the Chilean National Philharmonic or the Colombian National Philharmonic, in addition to projects with young people, so dear to him, such as the Musikene Orchestra and the Galician Symphony Youth Orchestra.