Again the Assosiació Musical Orquestra Simfònica Segle XXI organizes the XXXII stage of the Orquestra Simfònica Segle XXI from September 12 to 20, 2020. Consult the information in the following document and register to participate by filling out the following registration form.
ATTENTION: The option of a foster home as accommodation during the course has already been exhausted.
The Orquestra Simfònica Segle XXI is an international orchestral course aimed at gathering musicians of high level and all ages in order to work on orchestral repertoire with a rigorous pedagogic approach, focused on the understanding of the piece and the composer.
The orchestra was created in 1999 and has since offered to hundreds of musicians - students and professionals alike- from different countries the opportunity to work on great symphonic works under the baton of maestro Jordi Mora.
Conductor - Jordi Mora
Born in Barcelona, he undertakes his first musical studies of piano and viola at the Conservatorio Superior de Música of the same city. In Germany he completes his oboe degree at Würzburg's Hochschule für Musik and with a grant from the State of Baviera he obtains the degree in Musicology and Philosophy from Munich's University. He studies orchestra conducting mainly with Sergiu Celibidache.
He carries out an extensive pedagogic activity, especially in Switzerland (Fondation Résonnace), Argentina (Fundación Cultural), and Mons (Belgium). Since 2003 he teaches orchestra conducting at Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (ESMuC) and in 2010 was appointed Guest Professor at the Grieg-Akademie in Bergen (Norway).
He has been Principal Conductor of the Greek National Orchestra and of Orchestra Simfònica del Vallès. In 2014 he was appointed Principal Guest Conductor of Orquesta Camera Musicae (OCM). Recently he has conducted Orquesta Simon Bolívar of Caracas, as well as several orchestras within Venezuela's Youth Orchestras' "Sistema". Currently he is Principal Conductor for Orquesta Simfònica Segle XXI and Bruckner Akademie Orchester. Since 2013 he is Principal Guest Conductor of Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra, currently working on Schostakovich symphonies.