ADDA, Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante

ADDA, Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante
Alicante

Head Office:
Paseo de Campoamor, s/n
03010 Alicante

Telephone: (+34) 965 919 100

E-mail: adda@diputacionalicante.es

Web: www.addalicante.com

Owner: Diputación de Alicante

Management: Fundación de la Comunitat Valenciana Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante, ADDA

Artistic Director: Josep Vicent

Facilities

Symphonic Hall:1237 seats, 271 m2 stage
Chamber Hall: 280 seats, 83 m2  stage
Conference Hall: 216 seats,  audiovisual means
Colloquium Hall: 150 seats

Other Spaces
Exhibition Hall: 757 m2 surface area
Crystal Hall: with crystal façade for presentations and press conferences
Rehearsal Halls: several halls of variable size
Lecture rooms: 2 rooms with capacity for 50 students
Cafeteria: open the whole year
Computerised ticket office: connected to Instant Ticket
Telephone Ticket Sale: through Instant Ticket

The Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante, ADDA, is a flagship project of modern architecture, located in the centre of the Alicante capital, in the Paseo de Campoamor. The sophisticated design of the building is capable of welcoming important musical and artistic events in all their stylish diversity, as well as different events and varied audiences by holding congresses, conferences and receptions.

The own personality of the Auditorium makes it a special framework for inspiration, including in a natural way all the events programmed, producing social, cultural, educational and also entertaining synergies by means of music and the different artistic expressions that meet together. Its 28,580 square metres of open architecture receives a capacity for 5,000 people simultaneously in its different spaces.

The external finish of limestone over a black granite base and the whiteness of the lattice of its façade protects the interior of the building from sun rays achieving a singular balance.

2018-19 Symphonic Season: Celebration Ritual

The new ADDA Symphonic Season consists of 16 concerts, with an important selection of the most representative symphonic composers of history. On October 2nd the season will start with the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, under the baton of Jader Bignamini. They will perform the Overture of The Poacher by Weber and Symphony No. 9 by Dvorak. They will also be accompanied by the violoncellist Kian Soltani to perform the Concerto for violoncello opus 129 by Schumann.

            Also in October, on the 10th, the Orquestra de Cadaqués will come, conducted by Vladímir Áshkenazi, together with the pianist Denis Kozhukhin. With respect to the repertoire, we could listened to the Overture from ‘La Elvira portuguesa’ by Sor, Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 14 by Mozart and Symphony No. 5 by Schubert.

            In November, there will be two events: on the 14th, the Israel NK Orchestra, with Christian Lindberg as conductor and soloist and the trumpet player Pacho Flores, who will perform Peer Gynt Suite no. 1 by Grieg, Akbank Bunka for trumpet and orchestra of Lindberg himself, the Concerto for trombone and orchestra by Mozart and Symphony No. 3 by Sibelius. On the 21st, it will be the turn of the Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra, SWR, with Eliahu Inbal conducting and the Trio Ludwig, with the Triple Concerto by Beethoven and Symphony No. 4 ‘Romantic’ by Bruckner.

   

         The new ADDA·SIMFÒNICA will close 2018 with Symphony No. 5 by Beethoven and Symphony No. 4 by Tchaikovsky, under the baton of its principal conductor, Josep Vicent.

            The season will continue on January 11th 2019, also with ADDA·SIMFÒNICA, conducted on this occasion by Yaron Traub, and with Varvara Nepomnyashchaya at the piano. We will listen to the Scherzo of ‘Mid-Summer Night’s Dream’ by Mendelssohn, the Concerto for piano no. 1 by Brahms and Symphony no. 3, also by Mendelssohn.

On January 19th the Orchestre de Chambre de Paris, with Douglas Boyd as conductor and the flute player Emmanuel Pahud as guest soloist, will perform Fantasy on the Magic flute (arranged by R. Fobbes-Janssens) by Mozart, the Concerto for flute and orchestra by Ibert, Le Tombeau de Couperin by Ravel and Symphony no. 35 ‘Haffner’ by Mozart.

Once again, the ADDA·SIMFÒNICA will perform in the season, on February 1st, with Juan Pérez Floristán at the piano, for the Concerto for piano No. 2 by Rachmaninov, and completing the programme Symphony No. 2 by Brahms. All led by Josep Vicent.

On February 12th, an appointment with early music, at the hand of La Capella Reial of Catalonia and Hespèrion XXI with Jordi Saval leading and the programme ‘the Routes of Slavery’ (Portugal, Spain & Latin America, 1444-1888). On February 18th, the London Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Juanjo Mena and with Javier Perianes at the piano will visit Alicante to perform Overture ‘Don Giovanni’ by Mozart, the Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 by Beethoven and Symphony No. 39 by Mozart.

In March, two new events will be brought: on the 8th the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra will come with Valeri Guérguiev leading, to perform Symphony No. 8 by Bruckner and on the 22ndADDA•SIMFÒNICA will share the podium between Iván Martín and Joan Enric Lluna, who will also play the role of pianist and clarinet player, respectively. The programme: Overture on Hebrew subjects for clarinet and piano and orchestra by Prokofiev, Concerto for piano No. 5 ‘The Emperor’ by Beethoven, Concerto for clarinet No. 1 by Webern and Symphony No. 1. ‘Classical’ by Prokofiev.

On April 6th, the ADDA will welcome the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra, with Ronald Brautigam as conductor and soloist to perform Langsamer Satz by Webern, Concerto for piano by Mozart, Allegro for 4 String Quartets by J. van Bree and Serenade for strings by Dvorak. On April 14th, it will be ADDA•SIMFÒNICA’s turn again with Vicent leading and Symphony No. 7 by Shostakovich.

Closing the season on May 10th, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, with the violinist Hilary Hahn, conducted by Mikko Franck performing Concerto for violin and orchestra by Sibelius and Simfonie Fantastique by Berlioz, on the occasion of his anniversary. The finishing touch will be placed on May 24th by ADDA•SIMFÒNICA and its principal conductor, who will invite the pianist Stefano Bollani to tackle Rhapsody in Blue by Gershwin, Fanfare for the Common Man by Copland and will close with Symphony No. 5 by Prokofiev.

Other Series of the 2018-19 Season

  • LA GUITARRA VII
  • ALMANTIGA III. Early Music Festival
  • EMOCIÓN II. BIG BANG. Percussion Festival
  • ESPACIO ORQUESTAS
  • NUESTRAS BANDAS
  • ADDA JOVEN
  • PIANISSIMO
  • TOCA LA MÚSICA. Educational and Family Series
  • OTRAS MÚSICAS
  • ADDA·SINFÓNICA

Josep Vicent.

Hilary Hahn.

Valeri Guérguiev