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New CDs from Tritó

Posted by Soledad Sánchez Bueno on March 3, 2015  |  Leave a comment

Over recent months, we have given out new titles from our collection. We remain with our purpose of recovering Spanish repertoire and promoting the works of new Spanish composers.

Works by Joan Guinjoan, Albert Guinovart, Felip Pedrell … all of them included at new recordings performed by the Cadaqués Orchestra or theOrquestra de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya.

New releases that will hopefully awaken your interest.

XI Cadaqués Orchestra International Conducting Competition

Posted by Soledad Sánchez Bueno on September 6, 2013  |  Leave a comment

On the next Sunday September 8th is the deadline for registration to participate in the XI Cadaqués Orchestra International Conducting Competition that is organized by the Cadaqués Orchestra. The Cadaqués Orchestra International Conducting Competition is open to conductors of all nationalities born after 20 December 1977.

In this edition the jury will be composed by the conductors Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Lutz KöhlerJoji Hattori and Jaime Martín (main conductor of the Gävle Symfoniorkester and main conductor of the Cadaques Orchestra). Also will be part of the jury François Bou, manager of the Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya, Cristina Rocca, artistic manager of the Orchestre National de France, Louwrens Langevoort, artistic manager of the concert room Köhlner Philharmonie, and the Cadaques Orchestra.

We would like to remind you that the first prize is a tour of concerts during three years conducting the orchestres that collaborate with the Cadaqués Orchestra International Competition. This contest has been a decisive step in the career of great conductors as Pablo GonzálezVasily Petrenko or Gianandrea Noseda; all of them are now working with some of the best orchestras on the world.

The bases can be found directly in the web of the XI Cadaques Orchestra International Conducting Competition.

The rebirth of Xavier Montsalvatge

Posted by Soledad Sánchez Bueno on February 2, 2012  |  Leave a comment

This year marks the centenary of the birth of one of the most esteemed composers of our editorial house, the prolific Xavier Montsalvatge.

Numerous events will be performed during 2012 to honor his career and work.

TRITÓ joins tribute with a double-disc reissue released by our label in 2002. It brings together the masterpieces of the composer’s catalog (not the most performed): Sortilegis, Sinfonietta-Concerto, Metamorfosi de concert, Impromptu en el Generalife, Hommage à Manolo Hugué and the Concierto del Albayzín.

At that time, the album had been conceived not only as a tribute to the composer in his ninetieth year, but above all as a gift from a group of friends to the Maestro. It brought together many of the ideas that had emerged in conversations we had with Xavier Montsalvatge during his life.  Llorenç Caballero

This project would have been unthinkable without the presence of some of the great musicians of our time as Alicia de Larrocha, James Martin, Josep Colom and the Cadaqués Orchestra with Gianandrea Noseda as conductor.

Today our purpose is more ambitious, we want to help the music to appreciate and claim Montsalvatge from other countries, especially across the Atlantic.

Our conductors III: Vasily Petrenko

Posted by Cristina Martí on May 3, 2011  |  Leave a comment

Vasily Petrenko

Vasily Petrenko, (St Petersburg, Russia, 1976) is, at the time of writing, the youngest conductor – and perhaps a sign of his youth is that he keeps a blog where he frequently writes his personal impressions, and not a webpage – ever to work with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, with whom he made his debut as a conductor in 2004 and with whom he has a relationship that could be described as “special”, since it has been stated that he is responsible for the economic and popular revival of the orchestra. In addition, he is principal conductor of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain and principal guest conductor of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León.

In Spain, he has also led the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife, with whom, just a short time ago, he conducted works by Milhaud, Schumann and Tchaikovsky in the island orchestra’s 14th concert of the season. In addition, he has worked on several occasions with the Cadaqués Orchestra and made various recordings as a result, one of them alongside another of our conductors, Gianandrea Noseda, who opened this series of posts presenting the conductors who have led the Cadaqués Orchestra. The recording in question is titled “Poèmes d’amour-Evocación-Triana-Lavapiés”, a CD with works by Isaac Albéniz and Jesús Rueda.

The other recordings made by Petrenko and the Cadaqués Orchestra are the musical story “Peter and the Wolf”, with the text narrated in two language versions, Catalan (with the voice of Jordi Sánchez) and Spanish (with the actress Leonor Watling), and the works La Vida Secreta, Cançons de carrer and Suite no. 4, op. 61 “Mozartiana” by Guinovart, Morera and Tchaikovsky, respectively.

Our conductors (I): Gianandrea Noseda

Posted by Cristina Martí on February 9, 2011  |  1 Comment

Starting today and for several weeks, we intend to present a series of posts that introduce the conductors who have recorded on the Tritó label. Our intention is to highlight the figure of these conductors, presenting a short biography and showing you the CDs available on our shop.

Gianandrea Noseda
Gianandrea Noseda

The first in this list is Gianandrea Noseda (Milan, 1964). He studied piano, composition and conducting in his hometown, and broadened his conducting studies under Donato Renzetti, Myung-Whun Chung and Valery Gergiev.
Gergiev invited him to be principal guest conductor at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg in 1997. In 1994 he won the Cadaqués Orchestra International Conducting Competition, and was later appointed Chief Conductor of the Cadaqués Orchestra, Principal Guest Conductor of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and Artistic Director of the Settimana Musicali di Stresa e del Lago Maggiore Festival in Italy. In 2007, Noseda became Music Director of the Teatro Regio di Torino.

In December 2001, he was appointed Principal Conductor of the BBC Philharmonic and took up the post in September 2002, renewing his contract in 2003. In 2005 he appeared on BBC radio in several projects, conducting Beethoven’s nine symphonies in Manchester. In October 2006, Noseda extended his contract for another two years and become Chief Conductor. It is expected that the 2010-2011 season will be his last at the helm of the BBC Philharmonic and that he will be named honorary director of the orchestra.
For further information, click here to view Noseda’s complete biography on the website of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

Noseda conducts both symphonic and opera works. He has made several recordings with the BBC Philharmonic on the Chandos label, and nine CDs on the Tritó label while leading the Cadaqués Orchestra.

Complete discography at The Shop at Tritó.es >

Jaime Martín, appointed chief conductor of the Cadaqués Orchestra

Posted by Cristina Martí on February 2, 2011  |  1 Comment

La Orquesta de CadaquésJaime Martin, a founding member of the Cadaqués Orchestra, was yesterday officially appointed chief conductor of the orchestra, in an act held in Madrid at the Café de la Opera in calle Arrieta 6. He will share this post with Gianandrea Noseda – chief conductor since 1994, year in which he won the Cadaqués Orchestra conducting composition – who will continue as principal and chief conductor, and with Sir Neville Marriner, who is principal guest conductor.

His first performance in this post will take place in a very special context. Two concerts in Zaragoza and Madrid where Jaime Martin will be accompanied by Lisa Batiashvili on this tour with the Cadaqués Orchestra. The concerts will take place on Monday 7 February at the Auditorio Nacional de Madrid and Tuesday 8 February at the Auditorio de Zaragoza, as part of the Ibermúsica Cycle.

If you are interested, here you can consult the recordings made by the Cadaqués Orchestra.

Jaime Martín

Jaime Martin

After an intense career as a flute soloist, Jaime Martín entered in the world of orchestral conduction at the hand of Sir Neville Marriner, who presented him on a joint tour of Spain with the Cadaqués Orchestra. Since then he has conducted the Manchester Camerata, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife, the Irish Chamber Orchestra, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, the Simfònica del Vallès and the Sinfónica de Galicia, among others. In the forthcoming months he will work with Academy of St Martin in the Fields, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, the Cadaqués Orchestra, the Orchestre National de Lyon, the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse and the London Mozart Players, and he will make his operatic debut in Il barbiere di Siviglia with the English National Opera.

On the Tritó label he has recorded Beethoven’s Third Symphony and the Sinfonietta by Ernesto Halffter with the Cadaqués Orchestra, as well as two CDs with the Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya, with works by the composers Agustí Charles and Isaac Albéniz.

Born in Santander, Jaime Martín studied in Madrid and later in The Hague (Holland). He has been flute soloist with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and the orchestra of the English National Opera, and has also held the same position on numerous occasions with the Cadaqués Orchestra. He is currently flute soloist with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and a teacher at the Royal College of Music in London.

As a flute soloist he has performed with a large number of orchestras including the Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Virtuosos of Moscow, the Orquesta de Santa Cecilia de Roma, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, the Sinfónica de Tenerife, the Sinfónica de Galicia, the Sinfónica de Radio y Televisión Española, the Sinfónica de Castilla y León, etc. On the Tritó label, with the Cadaqués Orchestra, he has recorded Mozart’s concertos for flute and orchestra under the baton of Sir Neville Marriner and the Sinfonietta Concerto by Xavier Montsalvatge under Gianandrea Noseda. He has also recorded Bach’s concertos for flute, violin and piano for Sony, with Murray Perahia and the Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields, and the Mozart Quartets for flute and strings for EMI.

Jaime Martín has performed chamber music with artists such as Julian Bream, Beaux Arts Trio, Pinchas Zukermann and Pierre Laurant Aimard, and has made numerous recordings with the Gaudier Ensemble.

He has been chief conductor of the Cadaqués Orchestra since the end of 2010.

Jaime Martín and the Cadaqués Orchestra in the media

Jaime Martín, nombrado director titular de la Orquesta de Cadaqués (Revista Doce Notas)

J.Martín quiere “europeizar” a la Orquesta de Cadaqués con sus “contactos” (ABC)

«La dirección de orquesta me da una increíble sensación de libertad» (El diario montañés)

Jaime Martín asume la dirección de la Orquesta de Cadaqués para darle dimensión internacional (Europa Press)

El flautista de Cadaqués (La Vanguardia)

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