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Lo que vendrá
November 6, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm$15.00
Celebrate the centenary of legendary Argentine composer, Astor Piazzolla with a genre-defying marathon concert featuring the artist’s instrumental and vocal music for tango orchestra, classical and jazz ensemble, operita, and the silver screen.
Curated and directed by acclaimed bandoneonist Shinjoo Cho, this marathon is both a retrospective and a contemplation of the future featuring Piazzolla’s works more riveting than those often heard in the concert halls, in their original instrumentations. The works of Piazzolla’s mentors and peers, such as Anibal Troilo, Alberto Ginastera, Béla Bartók, and Duke Ellington, will be performed to show the music and the ideas that influenced him as a composer. Performed by 17 musicians from Philadelphia, NY, and Argentina, the concert will include a newly commissioned piece by Diego Schissi, one of Argentina’s most prominent living composers, for solo bandoneon and Orchestra 2001 featuring Shinjoo Cho as soloist.
Lo que vendrá featured musicians
Sofia Tosello, voice;
Pablo Pereyra, voice
Doris Hall-Gulati, clarinet
Jason Klinke, guitar
Federico Díaz, guitar
Matt Davis, guitar
Shinjoo Cho, bandoneon
Leandro Ragusa, bandoneon
Suzzette Ortiz, piano
Emilio Teubal, piano
Nina Siniakova, piano
Franco Pinna, percussion
Luigi Mazzocchi, violin/viola
Sergio Reyes, violin
Benjamin Blazer, cello/bass
Doug Mapp, bass
Pablo Lanouguere, bass
The performance will be presented as an in-person and a livestreamed event, Ticketholders are welcome to enter and exit the Teatro anytime between performances throughout the evening.
Performances will be presented at 50% capacity in the Teatro and masks are required throughout the event, regardless of vaccination status. For Esperanza’s current COVID safety policies and restrictions, visit https://www.esperanza.us/esperanza-visitor/.
Lo que vendrá was made possible with generous lead support by the Musical Fund Society, Steven R. Gerber Trust, and The Presser Foundation, and is sponsored by Jacobs Music.
- November 6, 2021
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
- Esperanza Arts Center
- Teatro Esperanza
4261 N 5th Street
Philadephia, PA 19140 United States + Google Map
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