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Admission: FREE for AS and YPA Members; $20 for non-members. No additional fees will be charged when purchasing online. $10 tickets will be available for purchase at the door for students with ID and seniors. YPA Members who wish to register for this event should email Martha Cargo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music of the Americas is thrilled to present São Paulo-based new music group Camerata Aberta for the third time in a concert featuring new pieces by Brazilian composers. Their debut album Espelho D'Água (Reflecting Pool, SESC, 2012) won "Prêmio Bravo!" in the Best Classical Music CD category. Read a review of their 2011 performance at the Americas Society on the I Care if You Listen website.
This program will feature the following musicians:
|Luis Afonso Montanha||clarinet|
|Sérgio Kafejian||artistic director|
|Walter Gentil||production director|
|Marcus Siqueira (b. 1974)||Espectros no Jardim de Concreto (2013) *US premiere|
|Maurício de Bonis (b. 1979)||Melencolia I a3 (2013) *US premiere|
|Sérgio Rodrigo (b. 1983)||Acquarello (2010, rev. 2014) *US premiere|
|Silvio Ferraz (b. 1959)||Les silences d'un étrange jardin (1994) *US premiere|
|Felipe Lara (b. 1979)||Postcard (2008)|
|Sérgio Kafejian (b. 1967)||Circulares III (2014) *World premiere|
|João Pedro Oliveira (b. 1959)||Hokmah (2009)|
|Alexandre Lunsqui (b. 1969)||Toy (2013)|
Camerata Aberta: Eselho d'Água (2012)
About the ensemble
Made up of sixteen professors from the Escola de Música do Estado de São Paulo - Tom Jobim, Camerata Aberta is dedicated to twentieth- and twenty-first-century repertoire. They are committed to not only Brazilian contemporary music but also the perpetuation of newly composed works and the performance of standard contemporary repertoire. The ensemble has performed in major concert halls throughout the world, including the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Sala Cecilia Meireles (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), and the Campos do Jordao Festival. In 2010, they were awarded the APCA prize for excellence in contemporary music.