American violinist Francesca Anderegg and Brazilian pianist Erika Ribeiro’s “Tour of Brazil” concert collaboration will present Brazil in all of its geographic, cultural, and musical diversity. Anderegg and Ribeiro recently toured Brazil with a program of classical chamber music. Now, they are bringing their collaboration to the United States and abroad with a concert of all-Brazilian music that will take the audience on a tour of this diverse country. These award-winning artists will present music that shows European influences, as well as the traditional Latin sounds of the tango and bossa nova. Alongside the performance, the audience will view photography that captures the gorgeous landscapes of Brazil, including scenes from the lush northeastern coast, the highlands of the Sertão region, the “melting pot” of Porto Alegre in the south, and the cosmopolitan cities of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. The presentation will be woven together with spoken commentary from the artists.
Works to be performed on the “Tour of Brazil” program include:
César Guerra-Peixe (1914-1993), Três peças para violino e piano
Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959), O Martírio dos Insetos
Lea Freire (b. 1957), Tres canções
Edmundo Villani-Cortes (b. 1930), Águas Claras
Radamés Gnattali (1906-1988), Flor da Noite
Camargo Guarnieri (1907-1993), Violin Sonata No. 4
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Francesca Anderegg and Erika Ribeiro, both professors of music at prestigious universities, offer their teaching expertise during performance residencies, and are able to work with solo pianists and violinists, as well as chamber ensembles. Anderegg's ...