Composer Óscar Navarro will conduct the next February 21 and 22 in Belgium to the Royal Band of the Belgian Guides – Band of the Kings of Belgium – in two charity concerts to be held at the Auditorium Europahal (Tielt, Belgium)
The composer will conduct this prestigious band sharing podium with its director, Yves Segers, with a program in which they will perform, among other works, his II Clarinet Concerto with Juan Ferrer -Principal clarinet of the Symphonic Orchestra of Galicia and the III Concerto for Clarinet with David Van Maele -member of the Royal Band of Belgium- as soloist.
“It is a real luxury for me to conduct the Royal Band of the Belgian Guides, a world leader in the field of professional bands.
The Royal Band recorded in 2016 a CD with some of the composer’s best known works, such as “El olimpo de los dioses”, the “II Concerto” for clarinet, The fly or Andrés contrabandista.
Navarro will also offer two lectures taking advantage of his stay in Belgium. The talks will take place on Sunday february 24 and are framed in the Clarinet Day, held in Tielt.
During those days many clarinetists and teachers from all over the world will gather in the Belgian city.