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Last Reminder! Clelia Iruzun – March 7th – Piano Recital

Last Reminder! Clelia Iruzun - March 7th - Piano Recital

COMING UP IN FEW DAYS! 
DID YOU GET YOUR TICKETS?

Clélia Iruzun - Solo Piano Recital

A Tribute to Alberto Nepomuceno with a pinch of Beethoven

BMF Classical Music Concert Series - 2020
  Presented by
Brazilian Music Foundation

March 7, 2020 8PM
The Opera Center of America


330 Seventh Avenue
7th Floor
New York, NY 10001

COMING UP IN FEW DAYS! 
DID YOU GET YOUR TICKETS?

Clélia Iruzun - Solo Piano Recital

A Tribute to Alberto Nepomuceno with a pinch of Beethoven

BMF Classical Music Concert Series - 2020
  Presented by
Brazilian Music Foundation

March 7, 2020 8PM
The Opera Center of America


330 Seventh Avenue
7th Floor
New York, NY 10001
The London-based pianist Clélia Iruzun has become one of the most exciting musicians to arrive on the international concert scene in recent years. Clélia initially studied at the School of Music at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and later at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she won several notable prizes in international competitions before graduating with the Academy’s Recital Diploma.


 

Program

 
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NEPOMUCENO (1864-1920) : Suite Antiga Op.11
 
 
BEETHOVEN (1770-1827): Sonata Op.57 “Appassionata”  

       
Intermission

NIMROD BORENSTEIN (1969): The Dream and Water Droplets in Venice Op.75 Nos. 1 and 2 
   “Première in the USA” 


 
MIGNONE (1897-1986): Lenda Sertaneja No.2        
 

    GOTTSCHALK (1829-1849)
Fantasy on the Brazilian National Anthem  


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VIDEO

TICKET AT THE DOOR $ 45

About Alberto Nepomuceno


1864-1920
 October 16, 2020 will mark 100 years of
Alberto Nepomuceno' death


The Brazilian composer and conductor Alberto Nepomuceno played an important role in the emergence of a national Brazilian musical style.

 Music:

  Nepomuceno wrote in many genres and styles: art songs in various languages, sacred music, secular choral music, piano pieces, organ pieces, string quartets and other chamber music, operas, lyrical comedies, a symphony, tone poems, three suites for orchestra.

 

Alberto Nepomuceno Music

VIDEO: Alberto Nepomuceno - Seis valsas humorísticas para piano e orquestra
By attending one of our concerts you will not only enjoy the best of Brazilian Music but you will also be helping many organizations to remove children off the streets, helping them being socially responsible, and giving them the opportunity for a better life through music.

Madalena Sousa/Founder/CEO/President
Max Barros/Vice President/Artistic Director

Partners and Supporters
The London-based pianist Clélia Iruzun has become one of the most exciting musicians to arrive on the international concert scene in recent years. Clélia initially studied at the School of Music at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and later at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she won several notable prizes in international competitions before graduating with the Academy’s Recital Diploma.


 

Program

 
***
NEPOMUCENO (1864-1920) : Suite Antiga Op.11
 
 
BEETHOVEN (1770-1827): Sonata Op.57 “Appassionata”  

       
Intermission

NIMROD BORENSTEIN (1969): The Dream and Water Droplets in Venice Op.75 Nos. 1 and 2 
   “Première in the USA” 


 
MIGNONE (1897-1986): Lenda Sertaneja No.2        
 

    GOTTSCHALK (1829-1849)
Fantasy on the Brazilian National Anthem  


***

 

VIDEO

About Alberto Nepomuceno


1864-1920
 October 16, 2020 will mark 100 years of
Alberto Nepomuceno' death


The Brazilian composer and conductor Alberto Nepomuceno played an important role in the emergence of a national Brazilian musical style.

 Music:

  Nepomuceno wrote in many genres and styles: art songs in various languages, sacred music, secular choral music, piano pieces, organ pieces, string quartets and other chamber music, operas, lyrical comedies, a symphony, tone poems, three suites for orchestra.

 

Alberto Nepomuceno Music

VIDEO: Alberto Nepomuceno - Seis valsas humorísticas para piano e orquestra
By attending one of our concerts you will not only enjoy the best of Brazilian Music but you will also be helping many organizations to remove children off the streets, helping them being socially responsible, and giving them the opportunity for a better life through music.

Madalena Sousa/Founder/CEO/President
Max Barros/Vice President/Artistic Director

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