Costa Adeje Classics Eng



JULY 7th


Once again, we proudly present COSTA ADEJE CLASSICS, returning for its fourth edition.

In this new edition, we are thrilled to annouce a change of venue to the recent inaugurated Auditorio de Adeje, a state-of-the-art space located on the site of the former Adeje theather. This modern venue, equipped with the latest technology and accessibility features, provides a unique setting for our event.

We are delighted to have the distinguisheda Tenerife Symphony Orchestra and the talented Aitor Hevia, serving as both concertmaster and conductor, joining us for this special occasion. Together, they have specially selected repertoire tailored for this event.

Building on the success of previous editions, COSTA ADEJE CLASSICS has established itself as the premier cultural event for classical music in the southern region of the island. It has become the annual summer gathering for culture enthusiasts on the island, with a growing international reputation


The Tenerife Symphonic Orchestra is one of the Spain’s most prestigious music institutions due to its trajectory, quality and innovative character throughout the years and serves as a “CULTURAL AMBASSADOR” for the society of Tenerife both on and off the island, it is a Project of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the administration upon which it depends. Over its more than 85-year history, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife has had six principal conductors. The initial stage was led by Santiago Sabina, followed by Armando Alfonso, Edmon Colomer, Victor Pablo Pérez -curently tne honorary conductor-, Lü Jia and Michael Nesterowicz. Additionally, Antonio Mendez has served as the principal conductor of the ensemble.

La Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife takes on all the tasks of an entity its magnitude whtis a concert program that covers all genres and eras. A fundamental part of it season are also all the socio-cultural concerts and events, including educational concerts, collaborations with institutions dedicated to people at risk of social exclusion and programs for the talent of the island. The orchestra's participation in various Canary Islands festivals, such as the International Music Festival of the Canary Islands, the Tenerife International Film Music Festival (Fimucité), and the Canarias Jazz & More International Festival, plays a significant role in its activities. Moreover, the orchestra is involved in the Tenerife Opera Season, a project organized by the Cabildo de Tenerife. Overall, the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra performs over sixty concerts each year, collaborating with a wide-ranging range of social and cultural organizations on the island.

Over the years, the Tenerife Symphonic Orchestra has become the cultural reference point of the island and has been ambassador on the national and international tours it has carried out, with notable performances In Germany, Austria, the United Kingdom and China among other stages.

The orchestra has been at the forefront of educational initiatives, offering educational concerts for students and presenting popular concerts for over 25 years, attracting more than 15,000 attendees. This tradition tarted with the Christmas concert and later expanded to include the concert for the Cristo de La Laguna. Many of the orchestra's thirty-plus recorded albums, released under labels such as Auvidis, Decca, and Deutsche Grammophon, have received national and international recognition. In 1996, the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra was awarded the Ondas Prize.

Throughout its trajectory, the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra has collaborated with renowned international artists. Among them are conductors Jesús López Cobos, Alberto Zedda, Vasily Petrenko, Leopold Hager, Giovanni Antonini, Fabio Biondi, Marc Minkowski, Eliahu Inbal, Günther Herbig, Josep Pons, Krzysztof Penderecki, Christian Badea, Jean Jacques Kantorow, Gianandrea Noseda, Ton Koopman, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Fabio Luisi, Christian Zacharias, and Javier Perianes, the latter two serving as both conductor and soloist.

The orchestra has also collaborated with esteemed soloists, including Plácido Domingo, Alfredo Kraus, Celso Albelo, Jorge de León, María Bayo, Barbara Bonney, Nathalie Stutzmann, Brigite Fassbaender, Barbara Hendricks, Ian Bostridge, Ainhoa Arteta, Krystian Zimerman, Kyung Wha Chung, Mischa Maisky, Schlomo Mintz, Gil Shaham, Grigor Sokolov, Frank P. Zimmermann, Dimitri Bashkirov, Katia & Marielle Labèque, Philippe Entremont, Emanuel Ax, Viktoria Mullova, Vladimir Spivakov, Silvia Marcovici, Nikolaj Znaider, Leonidas Kavakos, Steven Isserlis, Manuel Barrueco, Alexei Volodin, Alina Pogostkina, Truls Mørk, Daniel Müller-Schott, François Leleux, Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Stefan Dohr, and Pablo Ferrández, among many others.

The Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife is a member of the Spanish Asociation of Symphonic Orchestras (AESO, whis stands in spanish for Asociación Española de Orquestas Sinfónicas) and the Nerwork of Organizer of Educational and Social Concerts (ROCE wich stands for Red de Organizadores de Conciertos Educativos y Sociales).



Mr. Hevia started his violin studies under the guidance of his father J. Ramón Hevia and with Yuri Nasushkin in the Conservatorio Superior de Música, located in Oviedo, extending his training with Keiko Wataya at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, where he graduated Cum Laude. His development as a musician is shaped under the tutelage of eminent pedagogues such as Rainer Scmidt (Hagen Quartet), Hatto Beyerle (Alban Berg Quartet) and Walter Levin (LaSalle Quartet) in institutions like the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid, the European Chamber Music Academy and the Hochschule für Musik in Basel.

His main activity as a concert performer is being a violinist in Quiroga’s Quartet where he is acknowledged for his bold and innovative performances. He performs in the most prestigious halls of the international scene, such as Wigmore Hall London, Lincoln Center New York, Concertgebouw de Amsterdam, Auditorio Nacional, Palau de la Música Catalana, Philarmonie Berlin, Mozarteum Salzburg, National Gallery Washington D.C., Amsterdam String Quartet Biennale, Da Camera Los Angeles, Stadtcasino Basel among others. He has also shared the stage with artists such as Valentin Erben, Veronika Hagen, Martha Argerich, Javier Perianes, Jörg Widmann, Antje Weithaas, Richard Lester, David Kadouch and a long list of others. Heiva has been awarded in the most relevant string quartet competitions (Bordeaux, Paolo Borciani, Geneva and Beijing), receiving the Spanish Radio Culture Prize called Ojo Crítico in 2017 and the Spanish National Music Award in 2018. Mr. Hevia has had the honour to be artist-in-residence in charge of the Royal Collection of the decorated Stradivarius at Madrid’s Royal Palace.

As a SOLOIST/ SOLO VIOLINIST highlights the recording of Vivaldi’s Quattro Stagioni (Four Seasons) he made altogether with Forma Antiqva fo Winter&Winter, a recording that was acclaimed by the audience and experts worldwide, qualified by Eduardo Torrico as “The best Four Seasons in history” (Diverdi)… “I have never heard an interpretation of the Four Seasons as that of Forma Antiqva and solo violinist Aitor Hevia” (JPC editorial, Norbert Richter).

In addition to his chamber music activity, he also performs as a guest concertmaster of Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias, Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife and The Spanish National Orchestra. He was a member of Da Camera orchestra.

His firm commitment to chamber music and violin teaching led him to give masterclasses in courses, festivals, higher education institutes, conservatories, and youth orchestras like JONDE in Spain, Holland, USA, Colombia, Switzerland etc. Since 2008 Mr Hevia has been a String Quartet teacher at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Aragón (CSMA), violin teacher at the Academia de Estudios Orquestales de la Fundación Barenboim-Said and violin and chamber music teacher in the International Music Course of Llanes.

He plays a 2021 Julia María Pasch violin.



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