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Sun, Oct 22


Avenue @ Instrumental Yoga

Music From Latin America

Three talented performers share their artistry on a musical journey through the rich and colorful sounds of Latin America.

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Music From Latin America
Music From Latin America

Time & Location

Oct 22, 2023, 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM

Avenue @ Instrumental Yoga, 3611 Washington St, Boston, MA 02130, USA

About The Event

Doors open 2:30pm. Concert starts 3pm. Click here for location details.

This acoustic and intimate concert will showcase the musical heritage of Latin America, including contrasting genres of popular and classical music from Venezuela, Colombia, Chile, Cuba, Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, and featuring pieces by Antonio Lauro, José R. Villareal, Otilio Galíndez, Cruz Felipe Iriarte, Armando Molero, Teresa Carreño, Jorge Camargo, Adolfo Mejía, Carlos Gardel, Ernesto Lecuona, Ignacio Cervantes, Eliseo Grenet and Agustín Barrios.  

Luis Zea - Guitar.  Hailed by Cuban master Leo Brouwer as “the ideal soloist”, the performing and recording artist Luis Zea was a direct disciple of the legendary Venezuelan guitarist and composer Antonio Lauro. In England he earned degrees from the King’s College of London and the University of Reading, and also studied privately with the renowned British pedagogue John Duarte. Zea has toured and given master classes worldwide, including venues such as the Wigmore Hall in London) and Alice Tully Hall in New York. He is also a recording artist, arranger, composer, educator, and author. 

Clara Marcano - Piano.  Venezuelan pianist Clara Marcano is a performing and recording artist, music instructor, artistic director, and musical producer. Ms. Marcano studied in London at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama and has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in the USA, Europe, South and Central America, and the Caribbean. Her piano solo album "Venezuela" is regarded as a reference for Venezuelan music, and her recording with cellist Germán Marcano (Schumann, Beethoven, and Debussy) has been highly acclaimed by critics, colleagues, and audiences. Ms. Marcano was the artistic director of the vocal-instrumental ensemble Navidad en Familia, which gathered some 40 members of her own family spanning four generations and promoted family values and cultural traditions. The ensemble made three recordings and gave sold-out performances every Christmas season for eighteen years. 

Tibisay Zea - voice.  Tibisay Zea graduated as a classical pianist in Caracas, Venezuela and was a member of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus in Boston. She is a professional journalist and works as a public radio reporter for “The World”, a daily radio newscast that airs on NPR stations across the US.  This concert is possible thanks to the support of Massachusetts Cultural Council.

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