The concerts from the 34º Festival Internacional de Música de Canarias will be held in Lanzarote & La Graciosa from the 11th January to 2nd February 2018.

Tickets are now on sale for a total of 6 concerts which include performers Nordic Voices, Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife, Ensemble Praeteritum, Orquesta de Cámara de Viena & Cuarteto Klengel. Ticket prices for these events range from free to 35 euros. All of the concerts start at 20:30. Visit www.culturalanzarote.com or www.festivaldecanarias.com to secure seats online.

11th January 2018 Nordic Voices at Convento de Santo Domingo €15

Nordic Voices

A capella group of 6 voices from Oslo, Norway. Throughout its 20 year history, they have been gaining reputation and recognition as one of the best vocal groups in the world of its kind. Nordic Voices members are graduates of the Norwegian Academy of Music Academy or the Opera in Oslo.

21st January 2018 Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife at Los Jameos del Agua €35

OST

Tenerife Symphony Orchestra was created in 1935 as Chamber Orchestra of the Canary Islands as a cultural project of the Cabildo of Tenerife. Michal Nesterowicz in his second season as conductor and artistic director of the OST.

25th January 2018 Ensemble Praeteritum at Teatro de San Bartolomé €15

Ensemble Praeteritum

An ensemble created by the violinist Pablo Suárez Calero in 2011. One of its main objectives is the pursuit of novelty in the way to face the music.

31st January 2018 Orquesta de Cámara de Viena at Teatro El Salinero €35

 

The Vienna Chamber Orchestra was founded in 1946. In the early days, the founding director Carlo Zecchi and guest conductors Yehudi Menuhin and Sándor Végh were the fundamental pillars for development. In May 2008, Stefan Vladar was appointed as the director of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra.

Klengel Quartet

1st February 2018 Quartet Klenge at Iglesia San Roque (Tinajo), free entry

The Quartet Klengel, is based on the duo Romberg, made by Jacek Twenty two years ago Lubliniecki and Piroska Doughty. This training, began its journey from 1996. In November 2016 formed the Trio Limmer and months later the group expands the Quartet Klengel creating the purest representation of chamber music version four cellos.

2nd February 2018 Quartet Klenge at Iglesia Virgen del Carmen (La Graciosa) free entry

The Quartet Klengel, is based on the duo Romberg, made by Jacek Twenty two years ago Lubliniecki and Piroska Doughty. This training, began its journey from 1996. In November 2016 formed the Trio Limmer and months later the group expands the Quartet Klengel creating the purest representation of chamber music version four cellos.