MESTRES DA VENEZUELA DESEMBARCAM EM GRAVATÁ

Simon Gollo (violino) e o German Marcano (violoncelista), professores do Sistema de Orquestras Infanto-Juvenis da Venezuela – maior sistema de educação musical do mundo, são os destaques da quarta-feira (13/02) do III VIRTUOSI GRAVATÁ. Realizado pela Prefeitura de Gravatá, com apoio da CHESF e do Hotel Villa Hípica, o festival vai até o dia 17 de julho na Igreja Matriz de Sant’Ana com programação gratuita.

Primeiro prêmio do Conservatório de Música de Genebra, Simon Gollo é graduado com diploma de solista pela Academia de Música Tibor Varga. Já German Marcano, considerado um dos maiores violoncelistas latino-americanos, foi principal violoncelo da Orquestra Sinfônica Simón Bolívar e é doutor pela Universidade de Wisconsin-Madison.

No VIRTUOSI DE GRAVATÁ, os mestres interpretam, a partir das 19h, um programa dedicado ao compositor alemão Johannes Brahms, acompanhados pelo gênio do piano e conhecido do público do Virtuosi, o filipino Victor Asuncion.

FORMAÇÃO: a experiência dos venezuelanos na educação musical será aproveitada pelo evento que recebe cerca de 50 bolsistas, todos instrumentistas de cordas dos estados de Pernambuco, Paraíba e Rio Grande do Norte. Além de integrar a orquestra do festival, os bolsistas recebem aulas durante o festival desses grandes professores e instrumentistas. Além de Gollo e Marcano, o grupo de docentes é integrado também por Benjamin Sung, Rafael Altino, Natalia Khoma e Valerie Thierry.

III FESTIVAL VIRTUOSI DE GRAVATÁ
Rafael Garcia, diretor artístico
IGREJA MATRIZ DE SANT’ANA
09 A 17 DE JULHO DE 2011
Abertura, 09/07, às 19h
Domingo, 10/07, às 11h e 17h
Segunda à sexta, 11 a 15/07, às 19h
Sábado, 16/07, às 11h e 19h
Domingo, 17/07, às 11h e 17h.

Mais informações: www.virtuosi.com.br | @virtuosirecife | 81 33630138



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  1. Francisco

    If you learn nothing else from this tract, psalee learn the golfing club is designed so you only have to apply that one force. You make the ball go forward, the golfing club will do the rest. that’s why you have fourteen clubs to choose between, occasionally you need the ball to go higher, occasionally lower. The club will look after course, spin and distance, all you do is apply the force. & mainly, on full shots you apply the same force for a driver as you do for a 7 iron. They go different distances and fly different trajectories, but you have done nothing, but apply the same force to the back of the ball. That brings us to hitting the ball flush. To make the ball fly straight you have to contact the ball in the back of the ball, often close to the equator of the ball. If you consider your golfing clubs, you’ll notice that when you putt the putter will contact the ball immediately on the equator. If you hit it below the equator the ball will house in the air and if you hit above the equator you’ll pinch it against the ground and it’d hop a little. If you have read any putting books you could have been taught to forward press your putter . the rationale some teach this is as putters like all clubs have studio and if you sole your putter with your hands without delay in accordance with the ball and the head of the putter you may hit the ball just below the equator and the ball will studio in the air. remember that the putter was engineered to just do that, hit the ball up into the air a touch and then roll out. Some teachers don’t like this effect on slick greens, so they counsel the forward press with the hands, this takes house off the putter permitting your stroke to catch the ball in the back, on the equator. When you catch the ball in the back you’ll convey maximum forward momentum. This is true in putting and it’s true with each club in the bag, so if you know your goal is to hit the ball in the back, and you know that with the club completely soled with your hands in accordance with the ball you’ll contact the ball under the equator. Your goal with many clubs is to apply maximum force to the ball so you want to contact the equator, if you contact below the equator your shot will fly higher and shorter than you desire. So it isn’t uncommon sense that at impact your hands and the grip end of the club must lead the club head past the ball. Remember to contact the equator of the ball with the sweet spot of the club the studio must be turned down! Meaning hands ahead with a descending blow. & So watch to see where your divots are appearing, you want to move them forward to play consistent golf. So you want lag and you want to turn thru the ball for your swing to solidly contact the ball in the rear. Lag simply is a term which outlines how much angle you have between your lead arm and the club shaft on the way down to the ball. at some particular point that angle will reach 180 degrees. Remember at the very top of the swing you need ninety degrees and as you swing down that angle increases till after impact and then it resets in the follow through. the reason why you wish to keep some of that lag ( meaning impacting the ball before your angle hits eighteen.

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