Latin-American Music with Elbio Barilari
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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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      Feliz Navidad

      Feliz Navidad

      Fiesta Christmas 2016

      To celebrate Christmas Fiesta presents a selection of villancicos or Christmas carols from Spain and Latin America. And other Christmas related music that spans several centuries with a great diversity of influences and traditions.

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      Gustavo Leone

      Gustavo Leone

      The Music of Gustavo Leone

      With works commissioned by ensembles including the Grant Park Festival Orchestra and the Symphonic Orchestra of Michoacán, Argentinean composer Gustavo Leone now teaches at theDepartment of Fine and Performing Arts at Loyola University Chicago. This program features his selected solo, chamber and orchestral works.

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      Eduardo Angulo

      Eduardo Angulo

      New-New Music 6

      Many 21st century composers have broken the boundaries imposed by the so called “experimental”, “contemporary”, or “new music” of the 20th century. This is what Fiesta’s host, Elbio Barilari, calls “New-New” music. Music that incorporates all the procedures and technical advances of 20th century music but it is not afraid of taking from the past and is willing to explore the traditions of many different cultures.

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      Teresa Carreño

      Teresa Carreño

      The French Connection

      Take an intercontinental journey with Fiesta as Elbio explores the cultural and musical influence of French culture on Latin American Music. From Venezuelan composer Teresa Carreno to the heart of Brazilian art music with Heitor Villa-Lobos. Join us for a 100-year tour of this fascinating cultural intersection.

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      Dionisio Aguado (1784-1849)

      Dionisio Aguado (1784-1849)

      Spain Before Albéniz

      The influence of Isaac Albéniz on Spanish music, or at least in the perception posterity has of Spanish music is undeniable. Albéniz, who lived in the second half of the 19th century (1860-1909) has the reputation of being the “inventor” of Spanish musical nationalism.

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