José Bragato: Musician, Composer, Conductor

February 24, 2018, 7:00 pm

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Fiesta pays tribute to Italian-born Argentine, José Bragato, who passed away in 2017 at the age of 101.  Bragato worked with Astor Piazzolla on his Nuevo tango as well as serving as the principle cellist for the Teatro Colón in Argentina.  Host, Elbio Barilari, will share some of Bragato’s music as well as stories from his long and prosperous life.

Playlist

Bragatissimo
El Ultimo Tango Ensemble

Bragatissimo, by Astor Piazzolla
Astor Piazzolla and his Nuevo Octeto: Astor Piazzolla (bandoneón), José Bragato (cello), Jaime Gosis (piano), Antonio Agri (violin), Oscar López Ruiz (guitar), Leo Jacobson (percussion), Kicho Díaz (double-bass), Jorge Barone (flute)

Milontan,
Friedemann Eichhorn (violin), Andreas Frolich (piano)

Impresionista
Pablo Saraví (violin), Alicia Belleville (piano)

Graciela y Buenos Aires, by José Bragato
Camerata Bariloche, Guillermo Mariconda (cello)

Tiempo de Alegría, by Hugo Díaz
Hugo Díaz (harmonica) José Bragato (cello), guest musicians

The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires: Spring, Winter, Fall by Astor Piazzolla (José Bragato, arr.)
Friedemann Eichhorn (violin), Julius Berger (cello), José Gallardo (piano)