Discover the secrets of Brazil's rich heritage of chamber music for guitar, piano and strings in all its diversity, revealing African, native Brazilian and European influences.
Prices:£20 £15 £10
24 November 2011, 7:45pm
This event sees the realisation of a long-held ambition by Brazilian pianist, Clelia Iruzun, to give the UK premiere of Henrique Oswald's romantic Piano Quintet.
`The classical chamber music of Brazil is a hidden treasure trove which I would like to share with audiences everywhere'.
Stay after the concert to hear another side of Brazil's musical life with Anselmo Netto and friends performing Choro and world music in The Front Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Alexandre Levy: Tango Brasileiro for piano
Frutuoso Vianna: Dança de Negros for piano
Camargo Guarnieri: Dansa Negra for piano
Heitor Villa-Lobos: Festa no sertão (Ciclo brasileiro No.3)
Marcus Siqueira: Delirios em Séries for guitar (European premiere)
Ronaldo Miranda: Appassionata
Francisco Mignone: Study No.4 (from 12 Studies for guitar)
Francisco Mignone: Study No.9 (from 12 Studies for guitar)
Marlos Nobre: Desafio for piano & guitar (World premiere)
Henrique Oswald: Piano Quintet in C, Op.18 (UK premiere)
Clelia Iruzun piano
Fabio Zanon guitar