Seattle University (Xavier Global House) • 6:00PM • Tuesday, October 4th
On November 22, 1901, in Sagunto (Valencia) one of the most emblematic composers of the twentieth century, Joaquín Rodrigo, was born. The celebration of his centenary offers a good opportunity to analyze the artistic value of the author of the famous Conciertos de Aranjuez. This documentary reveals the composer's creative process and the influences figures such as the painter Sorolla, the master Manuel de Falla, or the pianist Victoria Kamhi (whom Rodrigo married) had on his work. It is a journey through the biography of this universal Valencian, which features a musical soundtrack that accompanies the narration.
Director Vicente Tamarit
Running time : 60 min
Spanish w/ English subtitles
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