Latino Salon

November 24, 2018, 7:00 pm

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Popular in Europe in the 19th century, salon music made its way over to Latin America. Embraced by many composers and performers this style of music took on a new life across the ocean. Featured on this program is music from Venezuela, Cuba, Mexico, and Brazil.

Music

Valsas da Esquina Nos. 1,2,3,4, by Francisco Mignone
Marcel Worms, piano

Melodie pour violon et orchestre, by Gustavo Campa
Daniel Andai, violin; Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas; Alonda de la Parra, conductor

Contradanzas cubanas, by Manuel Saumell
Dagmar Muñiz Alonso, piano

4 Valses. by Ramón Delgado Palacios
Monique Duphil, piano

Danzas cubanas, by Ernesto Cervantes
Jorge Luis Prats, piano

Sobre las olas, by Juventino Rosas
Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas; Alonda de la Parra, conductor