Directed by Gianandrea Noseda, the Cadaqués Orchestra was founded in 1988 to explore collaborations with living composers, recover the legacy of long-forgotten Spanish music and boost the careers of emerging artists, composers and conductors. “The fact that it is a Mediterranean-based ensemble and has a clear cosmopolitan feel”, argues conductor Neville Marriner, “makes it a unique orchestra”. Despite this clear founding matrix, its particular character has also contributed to shedding new light on major works such as Mozart’s Requiem.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Ouverture from Die Zauberflöte, K. 620
Requiem, K. 626