Musical Arts Indiana Concert - Discovering the Americas
Sun, Nov 9, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. A pre-concert lecture begins at 3:30 p.m.
St. Adalbert's Parish, 2420 Huron Street, South Bend, IN 46619
Vesper Chorale, with Vesper Chamber Orchestra, continues its Diverse Journeys Concert Series with “Discovering the Americas.” This concert features the world premiere of Concierto Sinfonico Machu Picchu for Andean Flute, by Jaime Diaz Orihuela of Lima, Peru. The Andean Flute, also known as the Quena, will be played by Nayo Ulloa, a professional Quena player originally from Peru. He will be accompanied by the Vesper Chamber Orchestra. In addition, the concert will include choral repertoire from Mexican composers, both contemporary and historical. Join us to discover the hauntingly beautiful sounds of music from Peru and Mexico.
In its Diverse Journeys Concert Series, Vesper Chorale aspires to collaborate with ethnic communities in celebrating the music and history of their respective cultures. In keeping with this goal, composer Jaime Diaz Orihuela will come as a visiting artist for a series of master classes and lectures. Previous concerts with outreach to the Spanish Language community include two performances of Ariel Ramirez's works, Navidad Nuestra (2009 and 2012) and Misa Criolla (2010), and Stabat Mater by Spanish composer, Jorge Muniz in March 2012.
C O N C E R T
Sunday, November 9, 2014 - 4:00 p.m. (3:30 pre-concert lecture)
St. Adalbert's Parish - 2420 Huron St., South Bend, Indiana
T I C K E T S
$22 Adult, $20 Senior, $9 Student/Child
Tickets are available at www.MusicalArtsIndiana.org, by calling Shirk’s Piano & Organ at 574-255-7889 or at the door.
Jenna Grisham, Executive Director, Musical Arts Indiana, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
10th Anniversary Choral Celebration
SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 2015 at 7:30 P.M.
DeBartolo Performing Arts Center University of Notre Dame Ticket Office: 574.631.2800 Monday–Friday, noon–6 p.m.
This festival showcases Notre Dame’s Chorale, Glee Club and Vocale performing eight commissioned works adding to the University’s choral music legacy.
Ticket price: $18
Paul Van Ness, 574.631.1823, email@example.com