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Villa-Lobos Concert Moved to Winn Room – Jan. 27

The Villa-Lobos International Chamber Music Festival will hold its final annual concert on Saturday, Jan. 27 in the Winn Room at 7:30 pm. The string quintet’s program, “Latin American Impressions: from the Argentine Puna to the Streets of Rio de Janeiro,” is free; doors open at 6:30 pm. 

Due to storm damage to the Spreckels Center, the concert will take place in the Library’s Winn Room at the same scheduled time of 7:30.

 

Latin American Impressions: from the Argentine Puna to the Streets of Rio de Janeiro”

The Villa-Lobos International Chamber Music Festival’s final concert will be on Saturday, Jan. 27 at 7:30 pm in the Coronado Public Library Winn Room. The concert is free with doors opening at 6:30. The string quintet will perform String Quartet no. 3 by Mexican composer Carlos Chavez that was originally written for ballet and is inspired by indigenous Mexican music and culture; a piece by Alberto Ginastera that is a musical impression of the Argentine Puna (high arid plateau); and Heitor Villa-Lobos’ String Quartet no. 6, which is like walking through the streets of Rio a few decades ago: snippets of children’s songs, choro (a kind of early Brazilian jazz), popular and traditional music, all find their way into this work. Don’t miss our last concert of the year!

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From the Argentine Puna to the Streets of Rio: Villa-Lobos Plays Final Two Coronado Concerts – Jan. 12 & 27



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