The Teatro Real de Madrid will perform for the first time in the U.S.
The Principal Orchestra will offer a concert on the 15th, as part of National Hispanic Heritage Month, at Carnegie Hall in New York.
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The show will be dedicated to Spanish music and will feature the collaboration of pianist Javier Perianes and soprano Sabina Puértolas.
During the show, works by Manuel de Falla, Isaac Albéniz, Amadeo Vives, Pablo Sorozábal, Federico Chueca and Gerónimo Giménez will be performed.
The Teatro Real's performance is part of National Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States and the 40th Anniversary of the Twinning between Madrid and New York, highlighting the potential of music, art and culture for the visibility and promotion of Spain in the United States.
In addition, the Teatro Real will hold a tour of 72 flamenco performances in New York, Washington and Dallas, called Authentic Flamenco.
The quality of the Teatro Real's artistic programming - International Opera Award for Best Opera House last year - and the independence and autonomy of its management model are frequently highlighted in the U.S. music press.
"The first trip of the Madrid-based coliseum to New York will allow the institution to promote itself to a wider and more diversified audience, within the global strategy of international projection that it has been developing in recent years," the organization mentioned.
The Teatro Real's commitment to the dissemination of music, opera and, recently, also flamenco, throughout the world, has led it to co-produce operas with the most important European opera houses, to build very special bridges with Latin American countries and to collaborate with Asian countries, from China to the Arab Emirates.
The trip to the United States will allow him to strengthen his ties with American theaters and audiences who enjoy Spanish classical music.