Latin American Classics

December 8, 2018, 7:00 pm

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The music of Latino composers has made its way into the standard repertoire of music halls across the globe. Host Elbio Barilari shares some of the most known compositions as well as some that he thinks will become classics! Join us for this look into the past and the future of Latino classical music.


Malambo, from “Estanica Ballet” by Alberto Ginastera
London Symphony Orchestra; Gisele Ben D’or, conductor

Sinfonía India (Symphony No. 2), by Carlos Chávez
New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor

Legende, by Manuel M. Ponce
Jorge Federico Osorio, piano

Alma Brasileira, from Choros No. 5, by Heitor Villa-Lobos

A lenda do caboclo, by Heitor Villa-Lobos
Nelson Freire, piano

Parabola, by Leo Brouwer
Eduardo Fernández, guitar

Janitzio, by Silvestre Revueltas
New Philharmonia Orchestra; Eduardo Mata, conductor

Loving, from 5 Tango Sensations, by Astor Piazzolla
Fareed Haque, guitar; KAIA String Quartet