Their musical programs will feature music by Latin American composers Carlos Chávez, Julián Orbón, Silvestre Revueltas, Esteban Benzecry, Antonio Estévez, and Heitor Villa-Lobos. Audiences in Chicago, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. will have a chance to hear Gustavo and the Bolívars perform Strauss’s tone poem Eine Alpensinfonie.
Gustavo and the Bolívars’ New York concerts are part of Carnegie Hall’s Voices from Latin America festival. Developed under the guidance of Gustavo, composer Osvaldo Golijov, jazz pianist and composer Chucho Valdés, and singer, songwriter, and guitarist Gilberto Gil, Voices from Latin America encompasses the music of many regions, with particular emphasis on Brazil, Cuba, Venezuela, and Mexico.
As part of this residency, on December 8, Gustavo, Dr. José Antonio Abreu, and Dr. Leon Botstein will participate in a panel discussion about El Sistema’s influence on educational thinking in the United States. Join them at Carnegie Hall.
GUSTAVO NAMED 2013 MUSICIAN OF THE YEAR, AWARD CEREMONY DECEMBER 6
Musical America has named Gustavo Dudamel the 2013 Musician of the Year. In announcing the honor, the publication hailed the Venezuelan conductor for his “charisma, tireless advocacy for music education, and expressive music-making.”
A passionate advocate and former student of El Sistema, Gustavo will be honored alongside his mentor, Dr. José Antonio Abreu, founder of Venezuela’s celebrated music education program. >>Read More
GUSTAVO TO BEGIN NEW YEAR WITH ISRAEL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Gustavo returns to Tel Aviv in 2013, conducting his first performances of the New Year with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in performances that feature cellist Emanuele Silvestri. Gustavo and the IPO present Haydn’s Cello Concerto No. 1 alongside Strauss’s tone poemsDon Juan and Till Eulenspiegel (January 15, 16, 18, 19) and Mozart’s Serenade No. 9 (January 17, 20, 21). Pianist Arie Vardi will join Gustavo for an all-Mozart afternoon concert on January 18.
Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
JOIN THE BOLÍVAR TOUR ONLINE
Ever wonder what it's like to conduct and tour with an orchestra? Throughout the Bolívars’ New York residency, connect with Gustavo and Carnegie Hall on Facebook and Twitter to get a peek at the working life of the maestro.
LIVE BROADCAST OF DECEMBER 10 CARNEGIE HALL CONCERT
Can’t make it to Carnegie Hall to hear Gustavo and the Bolívars? You canlisten live on the air and online via WQXR on Monday, December 10 at 8:00 pm (Eastern). Join the live web chat on Twitter during the live broadcast by using #CHLive.
Carnegie Hall, New York Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela BENZECRY: Rituales Amerindos, II: Chaac (Maya water god) VILLA-LOBOS: Chôros No. 10 ESTÉVEZ: Cantata Criolla (w/ Gaspar Colón Moleiro, baritone, Achilles Machado, tenor, and The Westminster Symphonic Choir)
JANUARY 15, 18, & 19
Tel Aviv University, Smolarz Auditorium Israel Philharmonic Orchestra BARBER: Adagio for strings HAYDN: Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major (w/ Emanuele Silvestri, cello) R. STRAUSS: Don Juan R. STRAUSS: Till Eulenspiegel
ICC International Convention Center Israel Philharmonic Orchestra BARBER: Adagio for strings HAYDN: Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major (w/ Emanuele Silvestri, cello) R. STRAUSS: Don Juan R. STRAUSS: Till Eulenspiegel
ICC International Convention Center Israel Philharmonic Orchestra HAYDN: Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major (w/ Emanuele Silvestri, cello) MOZART: Serenade No. 9 in D Major, K. 320 ("Posthorn")
Tel Aviv University, Smolarz Auditorium Israel Philharmonic Orchestra MOZART: Piano Concerto Nio. 20 in D minor, K. 466 MOZART: Serenade No. 9 in D Major, K. 320 ("Posthorn")
JANUARY 20 & 21
Tel Aviv University, Smolarz Auditorium Israel Philharmonic Orchestra MOZART: Masonic Funeral Music, K. 477 HAYDN: Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major (w/ Emanuele Silvestri, cello) MOZART: Serenade No. 9 in D Major, K. 320 ("Posthorn")
Músicos tocarão nos 5 acordeões obras de grandes compositores brasileiros como Guerra-Peixe, Gnattali e Nazareth Dias 24, 25, 26 e 27 de agosto de 2017, de quinta à domingo, às 19h15, a Caixa Cultural São Paulo apresenta o Quinteto Persch, cinco acordeões interpretando belas composições brasileiras. Participação especial do acordeonista e compositor Toninho Ferragutti. A entrada é franca e o patrocínio do show é da Caixa Econômica Federal e do Governo Federal.
O Quinteto Persch é formado pelos músicosAdriano Persch, André Machado, Daniel Castilhos, Ezequiel de Toni e Luciano Rhoden. O Quinteto Persch apresentará obras de importantes compositores brasileiros -Henrique Alves de Mesquita, Carlos Gomes, Radamés Gnattali, Ernesto Nazareth, César Guerra-Peixe, Ernani Aguiar, Otavio de Assis Brasil e Toninho Ferragutti -, algumas delas registradas em álbum homônimo, o terceiro da carreira deste importante grupo de acordeonistas gaúchos. Lançado em 2015, o CD "Brasileiríssimo" foi imen…