“ALMA BRASILEIRA” VILLA-LOBOS 

PROGRAM

March 5th, 2017

7:00 PM

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Music of Heitor Villa-Lobos

Choro N.1 (1920) 

Richard Miller/ Acoustic Guitar

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 “Bonsoir Paris”, from the musical “Magdalena” (1948) 

“Canção do amor” (1958)

“Melodia sentimental” (1958)

Angélica de la Riva, Soprano & Max Barros, Piano

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 “5 Preludes” (1940)

Brian Kirk, Acoustic Guitar

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“String Quartet N.5” (1931)

I – Poco Andantino
II – Vivo e energico
III – Andantino
IV – Allegro

Delaney Stöckli Violin
Emily Uematsu, Violin
Pedro Vizzarro Vallejos, Viola
Susan Mandel, Cello

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Intermission (10 mins )

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“Bachianas Brasileiras N.5” (1930)

Ária (Cantilena)  – Dança ( Martelo )

Angélica de la Riva, Soprano
Fabricio Dobner, Acoustic Guitar
Richard Miller, Acoustic Guitar
Brian Kirk, Acoustic Guitar
Ming-Jui Liu, Arranger/Acoustic Guitar

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“Alma Brasileira  – Choro 5” (1925)

“Danças Características Africanas” (1914-16)

Farrapós – Kankukus – Kankikis 

Max Barros, Piano

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Final songs played by BMF Chamber Music Ensembles

Arranged & Orchestrated Rafael Piccolotto de Lima

 

“Ciclo Brasileiro – Impressões Seresteiras” (1936-37)

“Ciclo Brasileiro – Dança do Indio Branco” (1936-37)

“Trenzinho Caipira” – from Bachianas Brasileiras N.2 (1930)

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Conductor & Musical Director : Rafael Piccolotto de Lima

Master of ceremony: James Melo

Executive Director: Madalena Sousa

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Special Thanks to:

Sônia Rubinsky, winner of the LATIN GRAMMY in 2009 as “Best Classical Record of the Year” 

for her recording of Villa-Lobos piano works, Museu Villa-Lobos,  and João Luiz Rezende.

The program will be performed with a 10 minutes intermission.

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We hope to see you at the Concert!