Chamber music concerts offered by Teatro Colon Foundation

7:17 PM Sandra Gutrejde 1 Comments

The Teatro Colón Foundation, a non-profit organization that contributes with the development of artistic and cultural events to support the Teatro Colón since 1978, organizes the series of concerts “Domingos con la Camerata” (Sundays with the Camerata), at Hotel Panamericano Buenos Aires.
The Camerata Bariloche is the first Argentine chamber music group in achieving an international renown. Its first director was Alberto Lysy, followed by Rubén González, Elías Khayat, and, from 1993, maestro Fernando Hasaj.
The closing concert, dedicated to Astor Piazzolla, will feature the young and talented Russian pianist Anna Fedorova, playing “Estaciones Porteñas”.

Schedule and program of concerts “Domingos con la Camerata 2009”

Sunday, June 21, 6.00 pm
Bach: Conciert for two violins
Mozart: Adagio and Fugue
Suk: Choral San Wenceslao
Dvorak: Serenade

Sunday, July 26, 6.00 pm
Vivaldi: Conciert for 4 violins in B minor
Rossini: Sonata Nº 1
Bottesini: Gran Dúo
Puccini: Crisantemi
Respighi: Third Suite

Sunday, August 23, 6.00 pm
Händel: Concerto Grosso Nº 10
Corelli: Concerto Grosso Nº 8 from Christmas
Vivaldi: Concert for oboe in D minor
Purcell: Suite Abdelazar
Bach: Conciert for oboe and violin

Sunday, September 20
Festival Piazzolla
Soloist: Anna Fedorova, piano
Fuga y Misterio
La Muerte del Ángel
Adiós Nonino
Las Estaciones Porteñas

Location: Gran Salón del Hotel Panamericano Buenos Aires, Carlos Pellegrini 551
Tickets: AR $ 150, can be purchased at the Teatro Colon Foundation stand, Patio Bullrich (Posadas 1245), firts level, 15 days prior to every concert (cash, credit or debit card), or Hotel Panamericano, 45 minutes before the start of the concert.

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1 comment:

  1. thanks for all the cultural events dates. they are on my to do list now! when at the panamericano, if you head there early go up to the little bar on the top floor. you can get a beer or soda, buy a day pass for the pool and gym, and get the best view of the city. from the brown river plate to the teatro colon.