As tickets for Friday, 4 December are sold out, the Cabildo de Tenerife presents an additional concert on Thursday, the 3rd 


Sinfónica de Tenerife, under the Cabildo de Tenerife’s Department of Culture run by councillor Enrique Arriaga, is giving two performances of its fifth programme, on Thursday, [3 December] and Friday, [the 4th]. They are both at 7:30 pm in Auditorio de Tenerife. The orchestra’s honorary conductor, Víctor Pablo Pérez, will lead the ensemble that also features violinist Nemanja Radulovic as guest soloist. 

The Cabildo’s orchestra will play Violin Concerto nº 3 in G major Strassburg, K 216, by Wolfgang A. Mozart, and Symphony nº 3 in E flat major Eroica, op. 55, by Ludwig V. Beethoven.

As tickets for the concert on Friday are sold out, there is now a concert on Thursday too. The new tickets can be booked via the usual channels, on or calling 902 317 327 Monday to Friday from  10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, except holidays.  You can also booked them by making an appointment to come to the box office in the same opening hours as above. Make your appointment on and on 922 568 625, Monday to Friday from  10:00 am to 2:00 pm, except holidays.

To enjoy this musical experience audience members are kindly asked to come to Auditorio early enough to enter the theatre gradually and fulfil the measures implemented by Auditorio de Tenerife to tackle COVID-19, such as wearing a face mask properly and at all times or coming only with people you live with. Please see the AENOR-certified contingency plan on Auditorio’s website. 

Violin Concerto nº 3 in G major Strassburg, K 216, by Wolfgang A. Mozart, was written during his period as konzertmeister for the archbishop of Salzburg, after visiting Italy to study the country’s violin scores. This concert, considered to have great purity, has an elegant, light manufacture that strings together different themes, ideas and ornaments. 

The initial Allegro starts charmingly and brilliantly with a theme from his opera Il re pastore. The dialogue between oboes and violins introduces the second theme, a feature that is repeated in the Adagio. The concert ends with a frenchified Rondo, where Mozart introduces effects with playful triplets, pizzicatti, and even popular melodies. 

Symphony nº 3 in E flat major Eroica, op. 55, by Ludwig V. Beethoven was premiered in 1805 and its name comes from the admiration the composer felt for the moral, political, and humanist values of the French Revolution. Regarded as a piece that shows the transition towards Romanticism, this score gives us a glimpse of the turbulent personal times experienced by the composer, who was already profoundly deaf. 

From the first movement, an Allegro with spirit, Beethoven includes many dramatic motifs. The development of the piece includes a noteworthy energetic Scherzo, a new formula that would become his most characteristic symbol, to then culminate in a Finale in the same line, full of vitalism.

Violinist Nemanja Radulovic returns to the island after playing with Sinfónica de Tenerife for the last time in April 2013. The maestro was born in Serbia in 1985 and studied at Belgrade’s Faculty of the Arts and Music. After furthering his studies in Germany and at Paris Conservatoire, he won the Victoires de la musique classique’s International Revelation of the Year in 2005. He also won at the Joseph Joachim International Competition in Hannover, the George Enescu in Bucharest, the Stradivarius in Cremona, and the Echo Klassik in 2015.

In 2019 he made his debut in the BBC Proms with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, and Kirill Karabits, playing Barber. His next engagements include a European tour with the Russian State Academic Symphony and Andrey Boreyko; his debut with the Gothenburg Symphony, Philharmonia Orchestra, Sydney Symphony, MDR Leipzig Radio Symphony, Dusseldorf Symphony, RTE National Symphony Dublin, and Orchestre Philharmonique in Strasbourg.