Fiesta presents two masterpieces by Brazilian composer Claudio Santoro, Thu 1/19 @ 10pm
The Cláudio Santoro National Theater takes its name from a famous Brazilian composer, conductor and violinist, and was designed by renowned architect Oscar Niemeyer.
1/5 Peruvian composer Celso Garrido-Lecca The music of 20th century Peruvian composer Celso Garrido-Lecca is shared in this program. After studying in Peru and Chile, Celso was awarded a scholarship to study with Aaron Copland in Tanglewood. We will hear about his fascinating life as well as his music, including this double string quartet and bass work, “Antaras.”
1/12 Chamber Music by Hector Villa-Lobos Known mostly for his orchestral, vocal and guitar music, Brazilian composer Hector Villa-Lobos also composed gorgeous chamber music, including string quartets and duo works with piano. Fiesta will present a selection some of his often-overlooked gems.
1/19 Claudio Santoro: Two Compositions Fiesta presents two masterpieces by Brazilian composer Claudio Santoro, his beautiful Sonata No. 4 for Violin and Piano and his monumental Symphony No. 5.
1/26 Great Guitar Players: Alvaro Pierri Coming from a family of guitar players and guitar teachers, Alvaro Pierri is one of today’s most prestigious classical guitarists. We listen to some guitar solo pieces, as well as Alvaro as a soloist with different instrumental ensembles.