“I Hate Music”: An Open Window onto the Musical World of a Genius

8:00 pm Saturday, June 23, 2018
Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa
Teatro Arriaga Bilbao Bilbao, Spain

Karl-Heinz Steffens, musical director; Ainhoa Arteta, soprano; Rubén Fdez. Aguirre, piano; Michal Friedlander, solo piano; Sociedad Coral de Bilbao

Selections from A White House Cantata, Trouble in Tahiti, Songfest, On the Town, Mass; Symphony No. 2: Age of Anxiety; I Hate Music, Galilee, Piccola Serenata, Yigdal, Somewhere, and I Feel Pretty from West Side Story.

“I hate music”: a little window into the musical world of Leonard Bernstein, to celebrate the centennial of his birthday. It is inspired by his Jewish origin and his relationship with New York, the city where he lived for most of his life, which was source of continual inspiration in his music.

Leonard Bernstein is one of the leading exponents of American musical culture in the 20th Century. Composer, conductor, pianist, educator, philanthropist, philosopher, pacifist, TV Star… A genious with a big personality, who had unconventional opinions and irresistible charisma.

New production by the Arriaga Theatre – Arriaga Premiere

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