Reseña Histórica OSH

In 1962 the Asociación Sinfónica de Heredia (ASH) was born, and with it began the activities of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Heredia (OSH), a group that remained under the musical direction of its founder, the renowned Costa Rican conductor and horn player German Alvarado.

After four decades of concerts, the composer and conductor Eddie Mora assumed the direction of the orchestra and began a new phase. He outlined the OSH as a professional project, emphasizing the repertoire of the 20th and 21st centuries with special attention to Latin American and Costa Rican musical creation.

One of the most important activities of the OSH is to record the main works of its repertoire. Proof of this are their nine recordings: Caminos (2011-2012), Retratos (2013), Rompiendo moldes (2013), Tiempos (2014), Heredia (2014), Voces (2015), Fuego (2016), Abstracto (2016) and their most recent album Ecos del silencio (2018). All nine albums can be heard for free on the website and Ecos del silencio on the orchestra's YouTube channel.

One of the most important activities of the OSH is to record the main works of its repertoire. Proof of this are their nine recordings: Caminos (2011-2012), Retratos (2013), Rompiendo moldes (2013), Tiempos (2014), Heredia (2014), Voces (2015), Fuego (2016), Abstracto (2016) and their most recent album Ecos del silencio (2018). All nine albums can be heard for free on the website and Ecos del silencio on the orchestra's YouTube channel.

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