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CONSORT-MUSIK

Founded in 2017, Consort-Musik is an artistic project that proposes to produce, perform and promote music at a high level of quality and excellence.

 

We are a platform that offers new options to musicians, through interaction with the public, as part of our strategy to contribute to the artistic and social development of our region.

 

As an artistic project and convinced of the importance of art in the integral transformation of the individual, we generate the necessary tools for its performance through our educational programs.

Concert Program | Biblioteca de Boquete

1.   J.S. Bach (1685-1750) Violoncello Suite No. 1 in G Major BWV 1007

Prelude
Allemande
Courante
Sarabanda
Minuet I/II
Gigue

Ricardo Zúñiga | Doublebass

2.   Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739) Sonata No. 3 in A minor Op. 2 No. 3

I.   Adagio
II.  Allegro
III. Largo
IV. Allegro

Ricardo Zúñiga | Doublebass Solist
Oryana Racines | Violín
Giselle Burgos | Cello

INTERMEDIO

3.   Josef Mysliveček (1737-1781) Trio for violín, cello y Contrabajo in G Major

I.   Allegro
II.  Andante Grazioso
III. Presto

Oryana Racines | Violín
Giselle Burgos | Cello
Ricardo Zúñiga | Doublebass

4.   Michael Haydn (1737-1806) Divertimento in C Major for violín, cello and contrabajo M.H. 27

I.   Allegro Moderato
II.  Adagio
III. Minuet
IV. Finale: Presto

Oryana Racines | Violín
Giselle Burgos | Cello
Ricardo Zúñiga | Doublebass

Learn more about the artists

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1.   Oryana Racines

Oryana Racines Smakovic is one of the most outstanding violinists of the new generation of Panamanian professional musicians. After beginning her violin studies at the Escuela Juvenil de Música de Panamá and graduating with the title of Superior Technician in Violin Performance from the National Institute of Music of Panama, she was accepted at 17 years of age into the undergraduate program of the Lübeck University of Music in Germany. After one year, he began formal university studies in violin and pedagogy at the Stuttgart State University of Music and Performing Arts with Professor Anke Dill, which culminated in 2009 with the double degree of Bachelor's Degree in Violin Pedagogy and Master's Degree in “Pedagogy Elementary Musical ”with an emphasis on the Dalcroze method.

 

Later, he did doctoral studies in Violin Performance (DMA) at Texas Tech University, located in Lubbock-Texas, where he had the opportunity to be part of the Symphony Orchestra of that city, lead the second violin section of the Symphony Orchestra. from the University and perform numerous recitals, also together with professors from that university. During her time in the United States, she also taught violin, sectional, and chamber music classes at various Lubbock colleges, as well as the prestigious Interlochen, Michigan, Summer Arts Camp for three consecutive years.

 

In Panama, she Oryana has been a member of the National Symphony Orchestra and remains active in various chamber music projects, including the Camerata Alfredo de Saint Malo and the Consort Musik and Paisaxe ensembles. Likewise, she was a violin teacher at the National Institute of Music and has taught general music at The Metropolitan School and the Nikolaus Kopernicus German School. The combination violin-Dalcroze has led her to be constantly invited to give group workshops on strings and body awareness / coordination in various music camps, summer courses, academies and musical institutions in the country and abroad.

 

Currently, Oryana Racines is a professor of violin and viola at the National University of Panama.

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2.   Gisselle Burgos

Venezuelan cellist, began her musical studies within the National System of Orchestras and Youth and Children's Choirs of Venezuela, continued her academic training at the Simón Bolívar Conservatory of Music, in turn, was part of various symphonic groups, such as the Symphonic Orchestra del Estado Miranda, Orquesta Sinfónica de Venezuela and Orquesta Sinfónica de Caracas, an orchestra with which he had the opportunity to participate in different tours of Europe, Asia and America, as well as participation in outstanding International Festivals, such as the Salzburg Festival and the Festival del Teatro alla Scala in Milan, being directed on several occasions by the renowned conductors Gustavo Dudamel, Claudio Abbado and Simón Rattle.

She has participated in chamber music festivals and in various cello courses taught in Spain, Venezuela and Panama. She has served as a cello teacher in different music schools that are part of the Venezuelan Orchestra System, as well as in the School of Music Rhythm, New York - USA.

He is currently part of the team of teachers of the Fundación Sinfonía Concertante de Panamá and starts the Virtual Music project, a program that imparts music education through the various platforms offered by the internet, in parallel, he is studying the degree of music at the University of Panama.

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3.   Ricardo Zúñiga

He began his musical studies at an early age at the National Institute of Music of Panama. At the age of 15, he formally began his studies of double bass under the instruction of Professor Roberto (Papín) Flórez, who is currently Professor of double bass at INAM and Principal double bass player of the National Symphony Orchestra of Panama. At 17 he won an audition to be part of the National Symphony Orchestra of Panama. He completed his undergraduate studies at INAM in 2008, thus becoming the first graduate of the double bass performance career at this institution.

 

In 2010 he began his master's studies at the University of Austin Texas U.S.A. with Professor DaXun Zhang, a solo double bass player considered one of the greatest exponents of the double bass as a solo instrument worldwide. After completing his Master's studies in 2012, Zúñiga began his doctoral studies in double bass at the University of Texas, which culminated in 2015. The same year after completing his doctoral studies, Zúñiga was appointed Professor of double bass. at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in the City of Belton TX, (USA).

 

Zúñiga has received masterclasses from some of the most notable bassists today, including Edgar Meyer, Oscar Carnero, Edicson Ruiz, Klaus Stoll, Albert Lazlo, Boguslav Furtok, Harold Robinson, among others. He has been a member of international music festivals such as the Pacific Music Festival (Japan), Aspen Music Festival (USA), Instrumenta (Mexico), Latin American Youth Orchestra (Venezuela), among others. Zúñiga has also been a member and guest musician of orchestras in the United States, including Victoria Symphony Orchestra TX (Principal double bass), Round rock Symphony Orchestra, Brazos Valley Symphony, The Austin Symphony, Austin Lyric Opera, among others.

 

Currently a member of the National Symphony Orchestra of Panama, Zúñiga continues working on more musical projects whose information is available through the website www.ricardozunigabass.com