J.S. BACH: Little Organ Fugue in G minor, BWV 578
R. SCHWARZ-SCHILLING: As Jesus Stood by the Cross for violin, flute and strings
J.S. BACH: Violin Concerto in G minor (after the Piano Concerto in F minor)
W.A. MOZART: Fantasia in F minor, KV 608 (string arrangement by Edwin Fischer)
G. F. GHEDINI: Canto, o della solitudine per flauto solo
D. LILBURN: Canzona I for flute and pizzicato strings
N. FLAGELLO: Furanna per flauto solo
P. BÜTTNER: String Symphony (after the String Quartet in G minor)
Raquele Magalhães, flute
Joel Bardolet, violin
Orquestra Simfònica Camera Musicae
Christoph Schlüren, conductor
The OCM Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of maestro Christoph Schlüren and accompanied by violinist Joel Bardolet and flutist Raquele Magalhães, will present at the Josep Carreras Auditorium in Vila-seca a concert with masterpieces by Bach and Mozart, where the flute, violin and string section of the OCM will be the main protagonists.
A program that highlights the absolute premiere in our country of the Paul Büttner’s Symphony for Strings, considered the true heir to the German symphonic tradition after Bruckner and Brahms. In 1933, Nazism ended Paul Buttner’s career by being married to a Jewish woman. Forced to live in ostracism, Paul Buttner wrote this piece where the canon of the third movement, which begins with the E-F-A notes, hides a declaration of love for his wife Eva.
This concert also aims to discover the interesting works of the composers Reinhard Schwarz-Schilling, Giorgio Federico Ghedini, Douglas Lilburn and Nicolas Flagello.
The whole program is constructed as a single composition of contrasting and complemented interrelated movements that make up the final work of five movements symphonically conceived by Paul Büttner.
Biography Raquele Magalhães
Originally from Brazil, Raquele Magalhaes received a scholarship from the French government to study at the National Conservatory of Paris and Lyon with Alain Marion, Sophie Cherrier, Philippe Bernold and Philippe Pierlot. With chamber music being a real passion of his musical career, Raquele Magalhaes created the Trio Valadon (flute, cello and piano) and regularly shares the stage with artists such as Victor-Julien Laferrière, Jonas Vitaud, Sergio Azzolini, Maurice Bourgue and Marie -Joseph Jude.
He has performed as a soloist with the Lyon National Orchestra, the Pays de Savoie Orchestra, the Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra, the Brazil Symphony Orchestra and is currently principal flute of Simone Menezes Ensemble K and col. works with Christoph Schlüren’s Symphonia Momentum in Munich.
Raquele Magalhaes has been the first flute of the Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra (2005-2007), the Paris Conservatory Awards Orchestra and regularly collaborates with different orchestras in Europe, such as the National Orchestra of France, l ‘Paris Opera, the Galician Symphony or the Linktogether Ensemble.
She has won several international competitions, such as the Maria Canals (Barcelona), Jeunesses Musicals (Bucharest) and five First Prizes in National Competitions in Brazil.
Holder of a European diploma in pedagogy, she was appointed in 2021 professor of the CRR and the HEAR of Strasbourg. In 2016, Evidence Classics produced their Patchwork album in duet with Sanja Bizjak (5 Diapason, 4 **** Fono Forum, Selected by American Record Guide). He has recorded Brumes d’Enfances (5 tuning forks and ffff by Télérama) with the Accentus (Naïve) choir. In April 2021 he just released his latest album with pianist Marie-Josèphe Jude, Flute Transcriptions, with the label NoMadMusic. Record that has already received 5 ***** from Classica and a warm reception from the European press.