Passion, discipline and tenacity was shown by the students of the Bachelor of Music at the end of the their string classes. To the sound of classical music, they won the recognition of the respectable public that gathered at the Museum of Music of the Municipal Center of the Arts.
There were nine students who starred in the recital, under the tutelage this year of maestros Fernando Montes de Oca, Nina Farvarshchuk, Orlando Idrovo, Max Torres and Monica Osuna.
On this occasion, the students had the opportunity to become soloists; on violin, Martín Quintero played the number one concert in G minor by Max Bruch, while, Shamaria Avilés interpreted the Introduction and Tarantella de Sarasate.
Valdemar Solano accompanied by his viola recited the first movement of Sonata number one and La Alemanda of Suite en sol, songs by Johann Sebastian Bach; Ulises Tavera, interpreted Prelude and Sarabanda of Suite No.2 in D minor Bach, as well as adagio allegro by Robert Schumann.
The Swan of Saint-Saëns and the third movement of the Telemann concert for viola in G major, were played by Aylín Ramos.