"SINFONÍA ARGENTINA" WILL BE AWARDED WITH THE GOLDEN DISC
The 'Sinfonía Argentina' was conceived in 2008 by the Argentine composer Daniel Doura, and the poet-writer Alejandro Roemmers as a symphonic work designed to celebrate the bicentennial of the country.
A first version of this symphony was premiered in 2011 at Teatro Colón (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Then, in its final version, the symphony was recorded by the Philharmonic Orchestra of Prague and the Polyphonic Choir of Prague under the baton of the uruguayan Maestro Roberto Montenegro.
Soon this work will tour the main capitals of the world, in the most important theaters of the world of lyric, and will be part of the future billboards as a piece of great argentine creation, a true example to revitalize our country culturally.
The authors of the lyrics and music of the Sinfonía Argentina and Maestro Roberto Montenegro will be awarded by the Ambassador of the República Oriental del Uruguay Dr. Héctor Carlos Lescano Fraschini, on April 28th 2017 with the delivery of the Gold Disc "Edition Bicentenario", a gesture that shows from its beginnings the objective of the work: to strengthen Argentina with the peoples of the world through Culture.