THE CONCERTS WILL TAKE PLACE ON 27 MAY AND 3 JUNE AT THE THEATRE OF THE UNIÓ MUSICAL.
The Department of Tourism of Llíria Town Council and the cultural entity Edeta Arts have organised the second edition of the International Chamber Music Festival “EdetArts”.
In addition to artistic director and cellist Cameron Crozman, the festival will feature internationally renowned clarinettist James Campbell, the Helios trio from France, the Guidantus trio from Catania, pianist Giulia Russo from Italy, and two outstanding local musicians, violinist Vicente Huerta, from Llíria, and violist Samuel Espinosa, from Valencia.
The councillor for Tourism, Paco García, pointed out that this event “is part of the collaboration project between the Department and Edeta Arts, which allows us to have great international performers in Llíria, as a UNESCO Creative City of Music”.
In this sense, he recalled that Edeta Arts “is a cultural organisation, based in Llíria and Canada, formed by a team of international artists, whose mission is to promote a series of festivals, events and world-class initiatives to bring musicians and ensembles from different countries to Spain, with a special focus on Llíria and the Valencian Community”.
The concerts of the EdetArts 2023 programme will take place on 27 May and 3 June at 8 p.m. in the theatre of the Unió Musical de Llíria.
The first day of the festival, this coming Saturday, will feature a performance by the leading Canadian clarinettist James Campbell, a soloist and chamber musician who has collaborated with more than 60 orchestras from 35 countries. He has also been named Canada’s Artist of the Year and has received the Queen’s Gold and Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Campbell will be accompanied in this concert by violinist Vicente Huerta, violist Samuel Espinosa, cellist Cameron Crozman and the Trio Helios de Paris formed by Eva Zavaro (violin), Raphaël Jouan (cello) and Alexis Gournel (piano).
On Saturday 3 June, the pianist Giulia Russo from Italy will perform with the Trio Guidantus from the Italian city of Catania, a string ensemble made up of violinist Vito Imperato, violist Alberto Salomon and cellist Benedetto Munzone.