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Fiesta! with Elbio Barilari

Tuesdays, 11am

Program Website: http://www.wfmt.com/main.taf?p=1,1,41,84

Fiesta!,” says the Uruguayan-born composer Elbio Barilari, “features the hottest Latin-American music from the 16th to the 21st centuries.” Mr Barilari, a faculty member of the University of Illinois at Chicago, is at the helm for this trip through the hidden pleasures of Latino concert music, including the magical rhythms of Silvestre Revueltas and Heitor Villa-Lobos and the power of symphonic tango. Plus, the series shares little-known treasures from the Latin-American Baroque, and celebrates classical guitar through the music of Agustin Barrios, Antonio Lauro, and Leo Brouwer.

July 14

Impression of Nature

Well before the Impressionism claimed direct inspiration from nature, musicians from different eras and styles linked the music to the forces of Mother Nature. In this program we will feature masterpieces by composers Almeida Prado (Brazil), José Pablo Moncayo (México), and Alberto Villalpando (Bolivia).

 

July 21

Blas Galindo: Famous Unknown

As Joaquín Rodrigo’s music has been overshadowed by the extraordinary success of Concerto de Aranjuez, the composer, Blas Galindo has experienced the same fate because of his Sones de Mariachi. This program focuses on the monumental work of Galindo as a symphonic composer as well as the author of some delicate and delightful chamber pieces.

Blas Galindo (1910-1993)

July 28

Canyengue: African Roots – Part 1

Canyengue is lunfardo (slang) from Rio de la Plata. The word comes from the African Ki-Kongo language and means “melting with the music.” It would be impossible to understand the music of the Americas without the African cultural influence. More than 15 million Africans were forcefully brought across the Atlantic Ocean. At the same time, […]

Marlos Nobre

August 4

Opera Heroes: Melesio Morales & Antônio Carlos Gomes

Today a footnote in a history full, mostly, of Italian, German and French names, there were Latin American composers that were considered mega-stars in the opera houses of the 19th century: Mexican Melesio Morales and Brazilian Antônio Carlos Gomes.

Placido Domingo in ll Guarany

August 11

Soccer and Music

It is known that soccer (or fútbol, as it is called in Spanish) constitutes and important element of Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese identity. Several composers, classical and popular, have dedicated memorable works to this sport, its emotions, memories and feats.

Pelé (Edson Arantes do Nascimento)

August 18

Spanish Symphonies

Few Spanish symphonies, if any, have found its place within the standard repertoire, a strange phenomenon, considering the richness and depth of the existing repertoire in this field. Fiesta! revisits this territory featuring pieces by Tomás Bretón, Andrés Gaos and Teobaldo Power.

Teobaldo Power (Canary Islands, Spain, 1848-1884)

Edu Lobo, composer

August 25

Canyengue: African Roots – Part 2

Canyengue is lunfardo (slang) from Rio de la Plata. The word comes from the African Ki-Kongo language and means “melting with the music.”
It would be impossible to understand the music of the Americas without the African cultural influence.

Edu Lobo, composer

September 1

Call of the Wild

Nature has inspired, and continues to inspire, composer from all cultures. This program presents a piece by Chilean composer Carlos Isamitt featuring texts in the language of the Mapuche natives from Chile, a guitar concerto by living Mexican composer Eduardo Angulo celebrating the new life represented by alevines, or newly born fish, and also Cuauhnácuac, or “The Eagle’s Nest”, by one of the world’s top composers from the 20th century: Silvestre Revueltas.

Torres del Paine, Chile

September 8

Music from Portugal

Little Portugal, once one of the mightiest nations in the world, can boast of an amazing musical treasure. From the medieval period to the present, Portuguese composers have been in the forefront of western art. Fiesta! attempts a first overview to Portugal’s fabulous music history.

Dom Dinis: King of PortugalDom Dinis: King of Portugal

September 15

Forgotten Geniuses and Pioneers

Throughout history some musicians have reached immense popularity just to be quickly forgotten, many times without a clear explanation. In other cases, artists from the past still enjoy considerable fame but only as pioneers on their field. Fiesta! pays tributes both to forgotten geniuses and pioneers.

Regino Sáinz de la Maza



 

 

 



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