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Saturday 19 February, 7:30pm
Djanogly Recital Hall

Theatre & Dance
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£15 (£12 Concession)

Morgan Szymanski, guitar Lizzie Ball, violin/voice Minat Lyons, cello Phuong Nguyen, accordion Olly Cox, percussion Owen Gunnell, percussion Al Mobbs, bass James PEARSON Zacapu Antonio LAURO Four Venezuelan Waltzes Carlos GUASTAVINO Selections from ‘Flores Argentinas’ Astor PIAZZOLLA arr. SZYMANSKI Café 1930 PIAZZOLLA arr. SZYMANSKI Nightclub 1960 Manuel PONCE Estrellita & Cuiden su vida Leo BROUWER Canción de Cuna (Berceuse) BROUWER Danza Característica VILLA-LOBOS Bachianas Brazileiras No.5 (Aria) PIAZZOLLA Fuga y Misterio & Escualo Stephen MCNEFF The Inevitable End of the Affair A musical feast from Venezuela, Mexico and Argentina The Djanogly Art Gallery’s Revolution on Paper exhibition provides the starting point for this concert of music by 20th century Latin American composers. From Venezuela to Argentina, composers Manuel Ponce, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Antonio Lauro, Carlos Gustavino, Leo Brouwer, and Astor Piazzolla were all interested in folk music as well as popular street music and this programme devised by Mexican guitarist Morgan Szymanski reveals the colour and exuberance of music by composers inspired by these influences. The concert finishes at approximately 9.15pm