CIDO anounces its contestants

The list of the II International Orchestra Conducting Competition “LLÍRIA CITY OF MUSIC” is published.

The II International Orchestra Conducting Competition “Lliria, City of Music”, organized by the City Council of Llíria in collaboration with AESDO, aims to discover and promote young conductors from all over the world.

We are pleased to announce the list of the 25 candidates who will participate in the 2nd International Orchestra Conducting Competition, “Llíria City of Music, 2023”.
International Orchestra Conducting Competition, “Llíria City of Music, 2023”.
The 25 accepted candidates will have five days from the confirmation of receipt of the confirmation of receipt of the mail sent to pay the corresponding participation fee in the manner the corresponding participation fee in the manner specified in each case (between May 16th and 20th), with the May), with the warning that if they fail to do so, they will forfeit their right to participate in the call in question.
participate in the call in question.
The participation fee for the selected contestants is set at 50.00 €, to be paid by bank transfer to the following account number
ES790049506568682810377708 in concept of “CONCURSO CONCURSO DIRECCIÓN ORCHESTRA” + name and surname(s) of the participant.

LIST OF 25 ACCEPTED CANDIDATES (IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER)

1. Sieva Borzak
2. Lorena Escolar
3. Rafael Grau
4. Oren Gross-Thaler
5. Daniel Huertas Ferrer
6. Daniel Joseph
7. Hae Lee
8. Maximilian Leinekugel
9. Brian Liao
10.Chi-Yuan Lin
11. Alexander Marinesku
12.Daniel Martínez Hermoso
13.Jakub Montewka
14.Clément Nonciaux
15.Riku Okamoto
16.Marcel Ortega i Martí
17.Abner Padrino Reyes
18.Pablo Pegalajar
19.Eros Quesada
20.Bernat Quetglas
21.Daniel Ros Hernández
22.Sasha Scolnik-Brower
23.Tatsuma Takahashi
24.Jorge Vazquez
25.Clara Wagsteiner

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS IN RESERVE (BY STRICT ORDER OF PRIORIZATION)

Should any participants be excluded from list due to any of the causes mentioned in
these rules and regulations, the organization will proceed to call the next participants
in reserve by strict order of prioritization of the list:

1. Fernando Palomeque
2. Scott Gentile
3. Leonard Weiss
4. Manuel Alejandro López
5. Giovanni Fanizza
6. Hisham Groover
7. Onofre Casades
8. Seonggeun Kim
9. Edgar López Juan
10.Jason Bae

 

4) MAUSOLEOS ROMANOS

Ciudad romana. S. I – II d.C. declarado BIC

Este espacio arqueológico conserva uno de los conjuntos arquitectónicos relacionados con el mundo funerario, más importantes de la antigua provincia romana de Hispania.

Estos monumentos funerarios formaban parte de la antigua necrópolis de Edeta. Se conservan los restos de dos monumentos funerarios dispuestos junto con una de las principales vías de la entrada a la ciudad romana.

Junto a la vía necrópolis, se encuentra el umbral de la entrada al recinto funerario constituido por cuatro losas con la inscripción latina P. CLODIVS EVTYCHVS SIBI ET CLODIAE NATALI VXORI CARISSIMAE que significa “P. Clodio Eutico lo construyó para sí y para Clodia Natalia, su amadísima esposa”.

El primer monumento tiene la fachada decorada con pilastras acanaladas y una cámara interior con dos bancos corridos donde se celebraban las fiestas de los parientes. El segundo monumento pertenece al grupo de sepulcros turriformes y conserva una losa con un orificio central para realizar las libaciones que tapa una cavidad cúbica donde se depositaban las incineraciones y los ajuares funerarios.

Un audiovisual dedicado al mundo funerario romano puede contemplarse en una de las salas de este sótano arqueológico.