1st Latin American Piano Festival : 9 - 12 November, London

The First Latin American Piano Festival will take place in London (Bolivar Hall, Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela) on 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th November 2011. Check the program below and support this great festival featuring performers from Mexico, Cuba, Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela.

Bolívar Hall: 54 Grafton Way,
London W1T 5DL
United Kingdom
(020 7584 4206)
(Tube: Warren Street, Euston Square)
Festival with Piano Music performed by Latin American pianists. The repertory is also mainly by composers of Latin America. The 4-days event will take place on 9th, 10th and 11th November 2011. It will have two short recitals each day, preceeded by a brief lecture.

- The event will take place at the Bolívar Hall on Wednesday 9th, Thursday 10th and Friday 11th November 2011, plus a closing concert on Saturday 12th November, with a brindis offered by the Embassy of Venezuela in UK

- Two recitals each day, each 45 to 50 minutes (at 7.30pm and at 8.30pm)

- Estimated end of the event: each day at 9.30pm.

- Free Entrance to the whole festival.

Wed / Mié 9 Nov. at 6.30pm: conferencia introductoria / introductory lecture
7.30pm: Patricia Romero (México) [Patricia]
8.30pm: Pianist To be confirmed (Paraguay)

Thu / Jue 10 Nov. at 6.30pm: conferencia introductoria / introductory lecture
7.30pm: Carla Ruaro (Brasil) [Carla]
8.30pm: Eralys Fernández (Cuba) [Eralys]

Fri / Vie 11 Nov. at 6.30pm: conferencia introductoria / introductory lecture
7.30pm: Ana Laura Manero (Venezuela) [Ana Laura]
8.30pm: Juan María Solare (Argentina) [Juan María]

* Sat / Sáb 12 Nov. at 7.30pm: concierto final con Odinn Baldvinsson (flauta) y Patricia Romero (piano), Felipe (violín) y Carla Ruaro (piano), Matino Scovacricchi - Rodriguez (saxofón) y Eralys Fernández (piano), Arturo Serna (cello) y Ana Manero (piano), Evva Mizerska (cello) y Juan María Solare (piano).
8.30pm: brindis final

This Latin American Piano Festival -possibly the first of these characteristics in London- can be seen in two ways: one is the uno intrinsecly artistic aspect, to have a nie time and get to know musics from other countries; but it is besides a way of evoque culturally the ideal of having an united Latinamerica.

We acknowledge that fact that the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in the UK has contributed in such an active and efficient way to the making o this event


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