Just as a reminder, next week, May 2, we will have our final concert in the series co-sponsored by the Hispanic Society!
The final concert will feature classical Spanish dances for guitar, flute and voice. Anna de la Paz will be dancing, with mezzo-soprano Anna Tonna, Graduate Center guitarist Federico Díaz, and flutist Svjetlana Kabalin. The program will include:
For solo guitar- Invocación y Danza[Invocation and Dance], Junto al Generalife [By the Generalife],En los trigales [In the wheat fields] and Entre Olivares [Within the Olive Grove]
For flute and guitar- Dos poemas de Juan Ramón Jiménez [Two Poems by Juan Ramón Jiménez], Coplas del pastor enamorado[Ballad of the Shepherd in Love] and the Cuatro canciones sefardíes[Four Sephardic Songs]
Anna de la Paz and Anna Tonna will join for Pequeña Sevillana [Small Sevillian Dance] Tres canciones españolas[Three Spanish Songs] and the exquisite Aranjuez ma pensée[Aranjuez in my thoughts].
As with the previous events, Douglas Riva will present a pre-concert lecture at 6:30. The concert is at 7:00. Admission is free but you must RSVP with the Hispanic Society. Please visit their page to RSVP.
6:30 PM lecture
7:00 PM concert
American Academy of Arts and Letters
632 West 156 Street New York, NY 10032