Spanish Serenades

Spanish Serenades

The two-day program explores the rich legacy of the Spanish song and the leading exponents of the Spanish romance –including Granados, Turina, Falla– alongside lesser-heard Spanish song composers.

Spanish Serenades is in tribute to the 150th anniversary of the birth of composer and pianist Enrique Granados (1867-1916) and the composers in his circle, exploring the rich heritage of Spanish song and the leading exponents of the Spanish Romance.

Having had a love of Schumann, Granados’ music is at once bound with European Romanticism and the soul of Spain’s folkloric traditions. Granados’ “vivid music pursues you like certain perfumes, more persistent than strong,” said his contemporary Claude Debussy, and forms a major part of the foundation of modern Spanish music.

Artists

  • Patricia Sonego, soprano
  • Yelena Grinberg, piano

Program

  • Granados: Colección de tonadillas: escritas en estilo antiguo (1912)
  • Marin: Tonos – Ojos pues me desdeñais (ca. 1660)
  • Sor: Muchacha y la verguenza
  • Rodrigo: Cuatro madrigales amatorios inspirados en música Española del sigolo XVI (1947)
  • Mison: Tonadilla, Seguidilla dolorosa de una enamamorada (ca. 1757)
  • Vives: Canciones epigramaticas – Oyeme tu retrato, Niña Isabella (1915)
  • Guridi: Seis canciones Castellanos (1939)
  • Turina: Poema en forma canciones, op. 19 – iii. Cantares (1917)
  • Montsalvatge: Canciones para niños – IV. Canción tonta (1953)
  • Toldra: Abril (1920)
  • Falla: Siete canciones populares Españolas (1914-15)
  • Granados: Colleccion de canciones amatorias (1915)
  • Music
  • New York
  • Sat, October 14 —
    Sun, October 15, 2017
  • 5:00 pm

Venue

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Private Residence on the Upper West Side (West 90s), New York City

Admission

Buy tickets ($28). You will be emailed the exact home address after registration. For inquiries about the salon, contact Dr. Yelena Grinberg at [email protected]

More information

Yelena Grinberg

Credits

Organized by Grinberg Classical Salon Series

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