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June 17 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CDT
This event was originally scheduled for March 10 and has been rescheduled.
Quinteto Latino is a San Francisco Bay Area wind quintet with a mission to build community through Latino classical music. Founded in 2004 by French horn player Armando Castellano, this ensemble aims to expand the boundaries of a classical music tradition by performing works exclusively by Latino/a composers. In addition, the quintet advocates on behalf of Latino/a composers and classical musicians through mentoring, commissioning, and being a voice regionally and nationally for issues around diversity and classical music.
In their Music of the Americas debut, the Quintet will present a program featuring a premiere by Colombian composer Felipe Nieto, alongside works by Gabriela Lena Frank and others.
- Felipe Nieto-Sachica, New Work for Quinteto Latino, “C U Z A – four nocturnes for wind quintet” (supported by an ACF Create award)
- Gabriela Lena Frank, “Mitos: Suite Dramatica para Quinteto de Vientos (y actores)”Quinteto Latino
- Gabriela Ortiz, “Puzzle-Tocas”
- Diane Grubbe, flute
- Kyle Bruckmann, oboe
- Leslie Tagorda, clarinet
- Shawn Jones, bassoon
- Armando Castellano, ensemble director and French horn
Nieto-Sachica’s “C U Z A – four nocturnes for wind quintet” was made possible by a grant from the American Composers Forum with funds provided by the Jerome Foundation.
Date & Time: Thursday, June 17, 2021 at 6 PM CT | 7 PM ET
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