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- Thu Oct 06 2022 7:30 PM
Cuarteto Latinoamericano has been on a mission to present great works of the chamber repertoire since its founding 40 years ago. Winner of two Latin Grammys for Best Classical Recording, the quartet represents an innovative voice in classical music devoted to adventurous programming, commissioning new works and championing the voices of contemporary composers. In Mexico: A Musical Journey, the group explores connections in Mexican visual art, history and culture through the music of six iconic composers, alongside a narrated multimedia presentation of paintings ranging from Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera to today.
Members of this ensemble play with a rapport that verges on telepathic.
— The Pittsburgh Press
IGNACIO JERUSALÉN y STELLA: Obertura
GUSTAVO CAMPA: Theme Varié from Trois Miniatures
MANUEL PONCE: Estrellita and Gavota
CARLOS CHÁVEZ: Quartet No. 3 (1st mov.)
SILVESTRA REVUELTAS: Música de Feria
GABRIELA ORTIZ: La Calaca
The ENCORE+ digital program for this performance is available to READ ONLINE
Chamber Music Series generously underwritten by Eric and Margaret Rothchild.