There is a huge repertoire of Latin American symphonic and chamber music inspired by the indigenous South American cultures. We will celebrate this inspiration with music including Luis Gianneo’s Concierto Aymará, for violin and orchestra, a suite for flute and piano by Ecuatorian composer Jacinto Freire, and an anonymous Latin American baroque piece which features the Andean flute called quena.
Suite for Flute and Piano, by Jacinto Freire
Daniel Velasco, flute; Ellen Sommer, piano
Pastoreta Ychepe, by Anonymous
Rodrigo Sosa, quena; Orquesta del Lyceum de La Habana; José Antonio Méndez Padrón, conductor
Concierto Aymará, Para Violín y Orquesta, by Luis Gianneo
Orquesta Sinfónica De Salta; Luis Roggero, violin; Luis Gorelik, conductor