For female voice,, Symphony Orchestra and Rock band
Music: Oscar Navarro
Lyrics: Pablo Ortiz

You wake up in sorrow, sadness in the air
What you see is real, and you feel despair
And just then as people, show the world we care
And amongst the dark midst, there is light again, smiles and bless…

The world is dying, the world is crying
We´re all survivors; switch the light, be brave
No more complying, no more pretending all is well
Your time is coming, this great world is worth… our care

Many times in silence, praying for an end
For a world of justice, better place for them
Hatred has gone missing, there is cure for pain
A new world is coming, where we breathe again, AGAIN

The world is dying, the world is crying
We are all survivors; switch the light, be brave
No more complying, no more pretending all is well
Your time is coming, this great world is now our …. PLACE

(Operistic *Ah___)

The world is smiling
The world is grateful for your care
Never forget that…
We are all survivors OF THIS EARTH

  • Music by Oscar Navarro
  • Lyrics by Pablo Ortiz
  • Voice: Cristina Ramos
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  • Orchestra: Oscar Navarro Symphony Orchestra
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  • Conductor: Oscar Navarro
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  • Length:
    6 minutes 56 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 1, 2018
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  • Global Music Awards
    June 21, 2019
    Silver Medal - Best Rock Ballad
  • Global Music Awards
    June 21, 2019
    Silver Medal-Best Composer
  • Jerry Goldsmith Awards
    November 1, 2018
    Best Song
Artist Biography

Oscar Navarro was born in the village of Novelda (Alicante, Spain), where he began studying music at an early age. He received the “Outstanding Award” after completing his preliminary music studies, and was awarded both an honorary mention and a distinction at the end of his bachelor degree in the “Conservatorio Superior Oscar Espla” in Alicante (Spain).

Oscar continued his studies of composition and conducting at the “Allegro International Music Academy” of Valencia, with his mentor and friend Ferrer Ferrán. Shortly after he was selected by the prestigious University of Southern California Thornton School of Music (Los Angeles, USA) to study Scoring for Motion Picture and TV. In Los Angeles he studied under the tutelage of renown composers such as Joel McNeely (Peter Pan 2, The Guardian), Pete Anthony (orchestrator for King Kong, Batman and Terminator amongst others), Michael Giacchino (The Incredibles, Star Trek) and Christopher Young (Spiderman 3, Nightmare in Elm Street, etc.). Navarro had the pleasure of collaborating with Christopher Young through working as an orchestrator, creating concert suites to his film music.

Navarro has recorded in some of the most notable studios of Los Angeles, including Capitol Records, Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. After finishing his studies, he was awarded with the “Harry Warren Endowed Scholarship for Scoring for Motion Pictures and TV” prize, as the most advanced graduating student on his course.

Today Oscar Navarro holds many national and international composition awards and his music is performed in major performance venues across the world by some of the leading orchestral and wind ensembles. Some of them include The Cleveland Orchestra (Ohio, USA), Louisville Symphony (Kentucky, USA), Princeton Symphony (New Jersey, USA), Lancaster Symphony Orchestra (Pennsylvania,USA), The Hollywood Studio Orchestra, Caldas Symphony Orchestra (Colombia), Royal College of Music Film Orchestra (London, UK), Symphonic Orchestra of Paraguay, Orchestra Radio Kiev (Ukrania), Downey Symphony Orchestra (Los Angeles, USA), Symphony Orchestra of Principado of Asturias (Spain), Symphony Orchestra of Medellin (Colombia), Midland-Odessa Symphony orchestra (Texas, USA), Nordwestdeutschephilarmonie (Genmany), Symphony Orchestra of Region of Murcia (Spain), Spanish Youth Symphony Orchestra (JONDE), Youth Orchestra of the Generalitat Valenciana (JOGV), Royal Band of the Belgian Guides (Belgium), University of Minnesota Duluth Concert Band, North Texas Wind Ensemble, University of Boston Concert Band, Madrid Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Wind Ensemble of Valencia, Alicante, Bilbao…to name a few. His pieces have been performed in venues such as Teatro La Scala (Milan), Carnegie Hall (New York,USA), Walt Disney Hall (Los Angeles), Tanglewood Music Festival (Massachussets, USA), Lincoln Center (New York, USA), Tchaikovsky Music Hall (Moscow,Russia), Musikverein (Viena) or the Spanish National Auditorium.

During his professional career, Navarro has been commissioned by the Army and Navy Wind Band, International Music Festival of Altea (Alicante, Spain), Valencian Institute of Music (Valencia, Spain), Valencia Youth Orchestra, City of Downey (Los Angeles, USA) and “José-Franch Ballester & Friends” (Nueva York) amongst others, and has conducted many orchestras and wind ensembles, including Madrid Wind Band, Band and Chorus of the “Medellín Unified School District” of Colombia (conducting his masterpiece The Seven Trumpets of Apocalypse with over 350 musicians on stage), Alicante Municipal Wind Band, Royal Band of the Belgian Guides, Requena Philharmonic Orchestra (Valencia), Kiev Radio Symphony Orchestra, Macedonia Philharmonic Orchestra, Tenerife Symphony orchestra, Santa Cecilia Classical Orchestra, the University of Minnesota Duluth Concert Band, European Royal Ensemble and Spanish Symphony Orchestra.

Oscar Navarro owns his own Symphony Orchestra (Oscar Navarro Symphony Orchestra- and Publishing Company selling and distributing exclusively all his music under the seal “OSCAR NAVARRO MUSIC” –

Within his busy schedule, Oscar Navarro is often asked to give master classes for both film and classical music, in European and North America Universities among others, including the 25th festival of Cinema “Jove” (Valencia, Spain), CIFICOM (Sci-Fi Film Festival of Madrid)), Chapman University (Orange County, California), II International Wind Ensembles Symposium (Medellin, Colombia), Symphony Orchestra of Mazinales (Colombia), University of Southern California and University of Minnesota Duluth.

Oscar was recently awarded the “HOLLYWOOD MUSIC IN MEDIA AWARD” (Los Angeles), in the classical music section. His film music has received many award nominations, including the “10th Cinemoatography Music Critics Awards”, “Mundo BSO Awards”, “XIII Goldspirit Awards”, “Musical Critics Awards Spanish Film“, and “Hollywood Music in Media Awards”. In February 2014 he received a GOYA nomination from the Spanish Film Academy for his soundtrack for the film “The Mule”.

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