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"Don't cry for me Argentina" on the stage of the National Theater of Opera and Ballet, the concert comes with a combination of classical, pop and rock music
Written by Nga Julia Vrapi 7 Qershor 2023
"Don't cry for me Argentina" is the title of the concert that will come to the National Theater of Opera and Ballet. Following the musical program this artistic season for the public on the evening of June 10 will be this concert. "Madonna, Queen, Rolling Stones, The Beatles and others, a mix between classical, pop and rock, with the TKOB Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the Italian maestro, Roberto Molinelli, will come to the National Opera Theater and Ballet, in the symphonic concert "Don't cry for me Argentina", says the theater. The Italian conductor Roberto Molineli, known for his artistic activity, will this time lead the TKOB Symphony Orchestra in this concert, which will soon be open to the public. "Don't cry for me Argentina" is one of the most hit songs of the world famous singer, Madonna. Such a song was launched as early as the 70s and was dedicated to Argentina's First Lady Evita. The music of this song will be part of this concert. Known as the "Queen of Pop", Madonna is widely recognized for her constant reinvention and versatility in music production, songwriting and visual presentation. Part of the concert is the music of "Queen". A British rock band formed in London in 1970 by Freddie Mercury, Brian May and Roger Taylor, later joined by John Deacon. The concert program also features creativity from The Rolling Stones, an English rock band formed in London in 1962. Active for more than six decades, they are one of the most popular and enduring bands of the rock era. On the evening of June 10, the music of "The Beatles" songs will come. An English rock band, formed in Liverpool in 1960, consisting of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. One of the most successful and influential bands of the 20th century with around 1.3 billion CDs sold.
The Symphony Orchestra of the National Theater of Opera and Ballet comes with this concert for the following audience and those it has performed before. It is a high-level orchestra among Albanian orchestral formations, receiving quite positive evaluations from personalities in the field, Albanian and foreign, for its musical activity. The concert "Don't cry for me Argentina" comes to the stage of the National Theater of Opera and Ballet after the one with the music of the great Italian master Ennio Morricone. The compositions of the great master Morricone, known worldwide for the stylistics used for the soundtracks of over 500 films and television series, came to the public on the evening of June 5. The concert for the great master Ennio Morricone marked one of the peaks of the week of Italian culture in our country.