by Peter Jacobi H-T Columnist Feb 26, 2017
Joshua Bell comes to entertain us on Tuesday. The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra has reserved Saturday night for its latest entertainment. They are among the week’s events worth waiting for.
As for the Bloomington Symphony
The publicity material that the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra has given out for its concert on Saturday evening is titled “Scene Change: Untold Musical Stories of Latin America.” So, “Where” the orchestra plays is...
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Defying Stereotypes in Latin American Music
“They’re great, but mariachis and salsa are only a tiny part of what Latin American music is all about.”
Alejandro Gómez Guillén, Artistic Director and Conductor of the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, wants the world to know that there’s more to Latin American music than just mariachis and salsa.
On Saturday, March 4th, the BSO is partnering with IU’s Latin American Music Center to perform music by composers from Brazil,...
Saturday, March 4 at 7:30 PM
at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater
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On March 4th, the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra explores the uncharted musical language of Latin America in collaboration with Indiana University’s Latin American Music Center. This program features the WORLD PREMIERE of Ash Wednesday by Juan Orrego-Salas.
On the program –
O Garatuja – 1904 Alberto Nepomuceno (Brazil)
Prelude to an opera that was never finished, O Garatuja (“The Scribble”) tells...