POLIFONÍA UNIVERSITARIA Presenta: Orquesta de la Universidad Autónoma
de Aguascalientes 2do. Aniversario Director invitado: Raúl Gómez Martes 19 de noviembre de 2013, 19:00 hrs.
Auditorio Ramón López Velarde, frente al Parián ENTRADA LIBRE Raúl Gómez. Director orquestal costarricense, continúa abriéndose paso internacionalmente gracias a sus conciertos de gran nivel técnico y expresivo. En alta demanda como director y violinista, es conocido por su versatilidad y habilidad
After a fun run of concerts with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra (this one, this one and a private function last week), it's time to pack again! This time I will be flying down to Aguascalientes, Mexico, to conduct a concert and give masterclasses at the Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes. This invitation was made possible in part thanks to the YOA Orchestra of the Americas Global Leaders program, where I serve as a mentor.
The program we will b
"Charlas más cortas y expositores más variados y entretenidos, es la fórmula con la que cual el TEDx Pura Vida 2014 espera cautivar a su audiencia el próximo 27 de febrero, en el Auditorio Nacional del Museo de los Niños. (…) Entre los conferencistas confirmados, se encuentra el rector de la Earth José A. Zaglul; el director de orquesta costarricense Raúl Gómez; el químico español Javier García; la estratega en innovación Leslie Feinzaig, y la estudiante de Informática en Red
Raindrops dampened nary a spirit at the Sunset Symphony on the Lake on Oct. 27. Umbrellas were popped open, and wine corks popped up as picnickers toasted the beautiful music that wafted on the watery breezes. The evening began with selections by the Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Jean Montès, who lauded the dauntless crowd for braving the weather. Then the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Raul Gomez, took to the stage and delighte
The beauty of sight and sound will be joined on Oct. 27, as the City of Mandeville and area businesses present a “Sunset Symphony on the Lakefront.” The concert, which is free and open to the public, will be held on the Mandeville lakefront at the end of Coffee St. The Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestra will play at 4 p.m., followed by a performance by the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra at 5 p.m. “Sunset Symphony is a much anticipated event on the lakefront,” said Alia Cas
The Saenger Theatre has teamed with theLouisiana Philharmonic Orchestra to present a free show at the restored New Orleans landmark. On Oct. 2, the acclaimed classical ensemble will perform music from the Saenger’s history as a film and theater venue. The program has not been finalized, but selections will span the life of the hall, from 1927 to the present. Guest conductor Raul Gomez will lead the LPO. Most tickets will be distributed to area schools, but the public also is
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Amanda Winger Phone: 804-553-1378 Raúl Gómez Nominated for The Conductors Guild 2013 Thelma A. Robinson Scholarship Award The Conductors Guild announces Raúl Gómez as a nominee for the 2013 Thelma A. Robinson Scholarship Award. This distinguished award and $1,250 prize is given biennially to a U.S. citizen who has participated in at least one Conductors Guild Conductor Training Workshop. The award is sponsored by the National Federation of Music
Raul Gomez, DMA candidate, will become the new Assistant Conductor of Louisiana Sinfonietta starting this September.
“The Jewel of Baton Rouge”
Louisiana Sinfonietta is an independent, nonprofit organization, wholly supported by its patrons and state and local grants. It emerged in the early 1980′s as a core of the Baton Rouge Symphony, becoming a chamber orchestra with Dinos Constantinides as its conductor who, at that time, was the BRSO concertmaster and Assistant Conduc
By Jeff Roedel Published Jan 31, 2012 at 6:00 am (Updated May 4, 2012) The 27-year-old classical composer and conductor talks about his early introduction to music, the creative importance of his experimental band Incense Merchants and what it feels like to get children out from hiding under chairs. Tell me about your first experience learning music. Growing up in Purral, Costa Rica, a suburb northeast of San Jose, I started playing drums and recorder with a small school ense