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. … Continue reading Dance Music for Guitar, Flute, and Voice
Friends in the Boston area, we have added a discussion panel at Harvard to our Joaquín Rodrigo Festival calendar! The panel will be April 11 at the Harvard Instituto Cervantes, at 5:30 pm. It follow the same format as the one upcoming April 9 at the King Juan Carlos I Center at NYU, on Rodrigo's … Continue reading Panel at Harvard’s Instituto Cervantes
We are delighted to announce the details of the next concert in our chamber music series, co-sponsored by the Hispanic Society. The April 4 concert will feature music for piano, performed by Douglas Riva and Isabel Pérez Dobarro, including Cuatro piezas (4 Pieces), A l'ombre de Torre Bermeja (In the Shadow of the Torre Bermeja), … Continue reading Details of Upcoming Piano Music Concert, April 4
Thank you to everyone who attended last week's inaugural concert, sponsored by the Hispanic Society. This was the first concert in a three concert series; the next concerts will be April 4 and May 2 (2019), so look for details as those dates approach. If you were unable to attend the event, you can still … Continue reading December 6 Concert Program and Full Lecture
We will have a discussion panel on the life and works of Joaquín Rodrigo, with Walter A. Clark (UC Riverside), Isabel Perez Dobarro, Antoni Pizà (Foundation for Iberian Music), Douglas Riva, Javier Suárez-Pajares (visiting scholar at the Graduate Center's Brook Center), and special guest Cecilia Rodrigo, daughter of the composer (founder of Ediciones Joaquín Rodrigo … Continue reading Panel at the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center at New York University
There will be a series of three chamber music concerts hosted by the Hispanic Society, beginning December 6.