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Volume 7 Issue 3 Jan , pp. December 6 at p. Alejandro L. Madrid is a music scholar and cultural theorist whose research focuses on the intersection of modernity, tradition, globalization, and ethnic identity in popular and art music, dance, and expressive culture from Mexico, the U. Momenta: the plural of momentum — four individuals in motion towards a common goal. This is the idea behind the Momenta Quartet, whose eclectic vision encompasses contemporary music of all aesthetic backgrounds alongside great music from the recent and distant past.
November 1 at p. The program illustrates four radically different approaches to one of the most established, and renowned pairings in chamber music: the violin and piano duo. American composer Shaun Shepherd b. Shepherd utilizes shared musical material, which is passed back and forth; first as long, slow laments and later in quicksilver bursts. The differences in timbre and articulation make for a fascinating and colorful interplay of light and shadow.
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The typical strident and sardonic language of Revueltas is not without its melodic vein here, and the Mexican contours of his musical lines is evident. The virtuosism in the violin part shows us the notable level Revueltas had attained as a violinist. Saul Bitran , first violinist with the award-winning Cuarteto Latinoamericano, was born in Mexico City.
Saul Bitran divides his time between Mexico City and Boston. Sally Pinkas , Israeli-born pianist, has been heard as soloist and chamber musician throughout the world. October 4 at p. Following their death, a cycle begins and evolves over the years, as their carcasses descend toward the bottom of the sea, providing both nourishment and housing to hundreds of smaller species for several hundred years. A "dead" whale, therefore, far outlives a "living" one.
The tradition itself is defunct, but our unique ecosystems remain and thrive. We, therefore, proudly announce, "alla balena! September 6, pm at the Mexican Cultural Institute. Ana Alonso-Minutti. While the romance between Chavela Vargas and Frida Kahlo has been a matter of much speculation, the love and devotion Chavela had for Frida was undeniable. In this presentation, Dr. Using an intertextual approach, Alonso-Minutti argues that Chavela's recurrent performances of "La Llorona" throughout her career functioned as performative utterances where she articulated her own versions of Frida.
Defiance, suffering, spirituality, and homoerotic desire inhabit the mythology of Chavela's Frida. Her research interests include experimental and avant-garde expressions, music traditions from Mexico and the US-Mexico border, music history pedagogy, intersectionality, feminism, religion, and decolonial methodologies.
The Music Series is a connected and comprehensive program of concerts, conferences, and recitals with some of Mexico and the US's most renowned composers, musicians, and academics. See full series calendar here. Mexican Cultural Institute 16th St. NW Washington, D.
June 20, pm at the Mexican Cultural Institute. Join the Mexican Cultural Institute for a performance of traditional and contemporary Mexican and Latin American choral music by 'Staccato'. It boasts a wide and varied repertoire, focused mainly on a capella choral music of the 20th and 21st centuries. The choir is constantly seeking out newly written and avant-garde music, in keeping with the University's spirit of innovation. Within Mexico, the ensemble maintains an active presence in the cultural life of the University, while also performing in diverse venues and in cultural festivals throughout the country.
RSVP More info. May 3, pm, at the Mexican Cultural Institute. This concert features works by Mexican and Italian composers from the early 20th century to today, including the world premiere of Tres canciones de A. Casella and Pizzetti belong to the famous "Generation of " who, along with Respighi, Malipiero and Alfano, expanded their creative genius beyond opera, the predominant genre in Italy up to Puccini.
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Tosti, of a previous generation, wrote around four hundred songs in Italian, French and English. He moved to England in where he became the voice teacher of the royal family and by he was the foremost songwriter in England. As Tosti did in his days, Juan Trigos, who now lives in the United States, has put into work his considerable artistic resources to set English language poetry to songs, as is the case of his Four Poems by Ezra Pound. Daniela D'Ingiullo is an artist dedicated to the ancient vocal repertoire, twentieth century and contemporary classical music.
Roberto Hidalgo is a Mexican-born pianist who has spent more than half his life performing and teaching in New York City. His repertoire covers a vast array of works that explore boundaries and creatively challenges audiences to stretch their imaginations.
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RSVP here. April 14, pm at the Mexican Cultural Institute. The program will include some of his most popular songs, played together with clips from his iconic movies. Don't miss your opportunity to experience the music of Mexico's Golden Age of cinema live in concert. She received her early musical education in the Oakland Schools system and after high school she studied at Mills College. At the age of twenty she was appointed Lecturer in Flute at Stanford University. Elena has made concerto appearances and recordings with many major orchestras in the UK, USA, Europe and with virtually every orchestra in Mexico.
She has also appeared frequently on television and radio in many countries and has had her own radio programmes in both Mexico and the UK. She was also the founder and for twenty years the artistic director of the Stratford-on-Avon International Flute Festival. April 12, pm at the Mexican Cultural Institute.
March 1, pm, at the Mexican Cultural Institute. Hennings is Associate Professor of Music at the University of Kentucky and an active proponent of new music, particularly that of Latin America. Following the influence and passion Manuel M.
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Ponce had for the classical guitar, since Mr. Trigos has created a remarkable body of works for guitar of great scope, vision, and beauty, that are becoming staples of the Mexican new music repertoire for guitar. February 1, pm, at the Mexican Cultural Institute.