Latin-American Music with Elbio Barilari
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      Carlos Rafael Rivera

      Carlos Rafael Rivera

      Latin American Guitar Music

      Guitar music is one of the strongest points and Latin American and Spanish music. In this program we will feature 18th and 19th century guitar music from Perú, a selection of guitar music by living composers, and the monumental Sonata for Guitar by Alberto Ginastera.

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      Sketches of Spain, Revisted

      Sketches of Spain, Revisted

      Sketches of Spain Revisited, with guest Orbert Davis

      In 1959 Miles Davis and Gil Evans put together a famous jazz version of the omnipresent Concierto de Aranjuez, by Joaquin Rodrigo. Now, multi-talented composer/conductor/arranger/trumpeter Orbert Davis revisits the historical piece with an album that has received much critical acclaim.

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      Alberto GInastera

      Alberto GInastera

      South American Road Trip

      From Colombia to Argentina and from Chile to Brazil, Fiesta features music representing different traditions and landscapes. Including Argentinean Alberto Ginastera’s Harp Concerto Op. 25!

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      Carlos Jiménez Mabarak

      Carlos Jiménez Mabarak

      Imaginary Concert 3

      Continuing with our series Imaginary Concerts: think that you are attending a symphonic concert in which instead of hearing one of the so-called the “standard concert repertoire”, the orchestra starts with a colorful Latino overture, continues with a fantastic Latino concerto and tops the evening with a full scale Latino symphony.

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      Recent Programs

      Mario Lavista

      Mario Lavista

      Music and Time

      Time, of course, is a key element of music. Music develops itself in time. We talk about keeping time and beating time. Let’s see how composers from different periods and countries dealt with the nature of time.

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      Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption in Mexico City

      Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption in Mexico City

      Latin American Colonial Music Treasures

      Enjoy some of the many musical treasures found in the archives and cathedrals of Latin America. We will feature music from the 17th to 19th century that, in many cases, has not been heard for over 2 centuries.

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      Michel Camilo

      Music of the Dominican Republic

      The Dominican Republic enjoys a strong musical tradition, classical as well as popular. On this program of Fiesta you will listen also to Dominican classical music, including the monumental First Piano Concerto by Michel Camilo.

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      Latin American Mix Tape

      Fiesta presents a selection of the program’s favorite composers and works since the program started. The 20th century has been the century of the Latin American music. A big part of the best and most interesting classical music on the last 100 year has been produced by Latin American composers. Fiesta presents a selection of some of our favorites pieces.

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