An Ideal Imaginary Concert

January 2, 2021, 7:00 pm

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Luis Alberto L. [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Continuing with our series Imaginary Concerts: think that you are attending a symphonic concert in which instead of hearing one of the so-called the “standard concert repertoire”, the orchestra starts with a colorful Latino overture, continues with a fantastic Latino concerto and tops the evening with a full scale Latino symphony.


Abertura Brasileira, by Edino Krieger
Orquestra Sinfônica de Londrina; Norton Morozowicz, conductor

Concerto for Piano No. 1, by Florencia Di Concilio
Enrique Graf, piano; Philharmonic Orchestra of Montevideo; Thomas Herzog, conductor

Sinfonia for Strings in Bb Major, by Carlos Seixas
MPMP Ensemble

Paisajes Mexicanos, by Carlos Chávez
The State of Mexico Symphony Orchestra; Enrique Batiz, conductor

Got to Get You Into My Life, by Lennon/McCartney Leo Browuer Arr.
Carlos Barbosa-Lima, guitar; Havana String Quartet