Our privacy policy was last updated on Friday 31 January 2020View it hereDismiss
Sign in
Bachtrack logo
Home
What's on
Reviews
Articles
Video
Site
EventsReviewsArticles

Work: Noches en los Jardines de España (Nights in the gardens of Spain)

Find classical music concert, opera, ballet and dance listings
Fact file
ComposerFalla, Manuel de (1876-1946)
Period20th century
Year1909
Work typeOrchestral
Upcoming eventsSee more...

MontrealThe Boléro and other Spanish influences

Sánchez-Verdú, Falla, Sor, Debussy, Montsalvatge, Ravel
Orchestre symphonique de Montréal; Juanjo Mena; Clara Mouriz; Pablo Sáinz Villegas; Javier Perianes

AmsterdamNetherlands Philharmonic Orchestra: Ravel's Boléro

© Joong Seok
Boccherini, Falla, Debussy, Ravel
Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra; Adrien Perruchon; Javier Perianes

Tokyo20th century composers

Pierné, Falla, Ginastera, Ravel
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Juanjo Mena; Javier Perianes
Latest reviewsSee more...

The BBC Concert Orchestra go orange with Anna-Maria Helsing

Anna-Maria Helsing © Kasper Dalkarl
Finding orange everywhere: a concept concert from the BBC Concert Orchestra with Anna-Maria Helsing and Victor Sangiorgio. 
***11
Read more

Mexicans impress in Dublin

Jorge Federico Osorio © Todd Rosenberg
An enjoyable concert of Nights in the Gardens of Spain, Ravel's Piano concerto for the Left Hand and Nielsen's Symphony no. 5 by the Mexican duo Carlos Prieto and Jorge Osorio. 
***11
Read more

Picture-postcard Spain from Heras-Casado

Pablo Heras-Casado © Fernando Sancho
From dawn to nightfall in picture-postcard Spain followed by a detour to Kastchei’s magic garden, the Philharmonia didn’t stint on local colour.
****1
Read more

Dutoit and Perianes bring Spanish fire to Chicago

Javier Perianes © Daniel García Bruno
Charles Dutoit's mostly Spanish program was highlighted by two major scores of Manuel de Falla.
****1
Read more

From Rome to Andalusia and back

“More facility than substance”: perhaps an apt description of the music of Ottorino Respighi.  Certainly on the evidence of last night’s concert, featuring the three ever popular Roman tone poems, one could have been left with that impression, but we had a thoroughly good time in the process.
****1
Read more