¡Música, maestra!”: Lucía Zicos in concert tomorrow at the CCK.
“With a program made up of works by contemporary composers, the conductor sought to balance musical genres.
Doctor in music and faculty at the UCA, Zicos, despite her youth, already has a solid national and international career. In England she conducted Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin” and Mozart’s “Le nozze di Figaro” at the head of the Dartington Festival Orchestra. At the Opera in Sofia, Bulgaria, she performed “La Bohème” by Puccini, “Così fan tutte” by Mozart and “Aida” by Verdi.
Locally, she conducted a dozen titles at the San Juan Opera, and in 2010 she performed “Loreley”, by Catalani, at the Avenida Theater, with the well-remembered soprano Adelaida Negri, and at the Teatro Colón she participated in the Cycle of Argentine Interpreters. She performed the musical direction of the album “Ausencias”, winner of a 2014 Latin Grammy, and of the album “Mágica y Misteriosa”, which was Best Classical Music Album at the Latin Grammy 2018, both with music by the Argentine composer Claudia Montero.”
The baton of the Juan de Dios Filiberto National Music Orchestra of Argentina will be in the hands of the outstanding Lucía Zicos.
With Latin American and Argentine folk music – in tribute to Raúl Carnota – the Juan de Dios Filiberto National Music Orchestra of Argentina opens its 2020 season with Lorena Astudillo, Juan Iñaki and Guillermo Cardozo Ocampo.
ECOS … Mozarteum Argentino – Centro Cultural Kirchner
Pablo Bardin | Columnista invitado POR SIEMPRE COLONEROS…
“Zicos is a skillful director.”
LORELEY, AVENIDA THEATER
La cultura Nacional – Mariana Fracassi Lazzarini
The Press – Carlos Ure
Lucia Zicos. One of the few female orchestral conductors in Argentina.
“Music became an expressive bridge, capable of generating an emotional bond with audience, whether or not they were experts in the classical genre […]
Zicos conducted these days the Camerata Argentina de Mujeres, which, within the framework of the tributes that take place at the CCK, performed works by seven contemporary Argentine composers […]
She is committed to a sensitive approach to the public so that classical music is disclosed. […]
Doctor in Music, Zicos debuted in England at the head of the Darlington Festival Opera. Since then she has conducted in various parts of the world and also in the country”
Lucía Zicos was invited to the opening of the new 2020 program of Radio Nacional Clásica with the directors of the three FM stations of Radio Nacional. (Medianoche digital, Boris Laures)
THE GROWTH OF A NOTABLE CONDUCTOR
Precisely if there was a salient edge on this evening it was the growth of Zicos as performer. She guided with intelligence, with full gestural expressiveness and she obtained responses from the group at formidable moments. Her understanding with all the soloists participating in the programming was total and all the versions had full balance. […] Zicos managed to take expressiveness to the maximum, making the Orchestra completely free and look comfortable throughout the entire work. She has achieved extraordinary acting growth and hopefully we can see her directing more often. She certainly deserves it.