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Fiesta pays tribute to guitarist Andres Segovia, 3/17 @ 10p

Andres Segovia tribute print: collage of guitarist in golds, purples, greens & fushia
Ed Seeman/Artist / Designer / Printer
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Andres Segovia Tribute print by Ed Seeman

Considered one of the greatest modern guitarists, Andres Segovia's legacy has inspired many others through the years.

3/3 18th Century Latino Jewels Colonial Latin American music is one of hidden treasures of classical music. Fiesta opens the vault sharing baroque and classical music that is as powerful and beautiful as what was coming from Europe at the time. We will share music from Bolivia, Brazil, and Mexico.

3/10 The Music of José Pablo Moncayo  The author of the very popular Huapango, considered as the second Mexican anthem, also composed symphonic works and chamber pieces of great importance. Fiesta pays tribute to this giant of 20th century Latin America.

3/17 Segovia and his Disciples Andrés Segovia is considered one of the greatest modern guitarists. His style and techniques have elevated the classical guitar to new heights. And his teachings and legacy have continued with many of his disciples including Abel Carlevaro, John Williams, Julian Bream, and Alirio Díaz.

3/24 Violin Virtuosos Join host Elbio Barilari as he shares some of the greatest violin music come out of Latin America. Featured on this program are composers Jose White from Cuba, Gustavo Campa from Mexico, and Chevalier de Saint-Georges from the island of Guadeloupe.

3/31 The Sound and the Fury Latin American classical music is full of passionate and emotional music. Host Elbio Barilari shares some of his most favorite composers who aren’t afraid to show the passion of their music. Included on this program is Claudio Santoro, Mario Lavista, and Alberto Ginastera.

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