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@MARIACAMAHORT & FRIENDS : LATIN PERSPECTIVES | 15 SEPT. @KingsPlace

Spanish traditional music has always been an important source of inspiration for classical composers. It rose to prominence at the end of the 19th century, when Spanish composers such as Falla, Mompou, or Granados drew on the stories and flavour of their traditional music in new compositions, the guitar itself being one of the main influences.

 
CONCERT | @MariaCamahort & Friends: Latin Perspectives
In Search of Duende @ KINGS PLACE
Music / Saturday, 15 September 2012 - 6:15pm / Hall Two
 Price: £4.50
 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG.
 
Maria Camahort, together with four other brilliant musicians, presents an evening of classical music with a difference, aiming to share with the audience the vivid colours, earthy textures and mesmerising rhythms of Spanish musical art.

V. Asencio
Suite Valenciana
Cançoneta
Prelude
F. Mompou (Arr: M. Camahort) 
 Songs and Dance no.8
Cantar del Alma
F. García Lorca (Arr: M. Camahort)
Canciones Populares Españolas
Las Morillas de Jaén            
En el café de chinitas
F. Gasull
Tres Quarts
Manuel de Falla
Homenaje Pour le Tombeau de Claude Debussy
Manuel de Falla (Arr: M. Camahort)
Six Spanish Popular Songs
Maria Camahort guitar and arrangements
Lina León voice & flute
Laura Ruhi soprano
Sergio Serra cello
Pablo Domínguez percussion

Latin and Spanish music has defined the guitar over the centuries. In Latin Perspective, the International Guitar Foundation celebrates this tradition by presenting stars from a new generation of young and exciting Spanish and Cuban talent. Expect a dazzling mix of classical and native music with a contemporary twist from Maria Camahort and her beguiling group of singers and players, the Santiago Quartet and Cuban virtuoso Ahmed Dickinson Cardenas.

Performance lasts 45 minutes

FOLLOWED BY  
Santiago Quartet & Ahmed Dickinson Cardenas: Latin Perspectives
Saturday, 15 September 2012 - 7:30pm

 
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