Latin American Music Night
Zesty rhythms, passionate dances, and lyrical love songs are usually on reserve in TPO’s annual Latin American Music Night. Join the orchestra and the diplomatic community from Latin-American countries in a special performance featuring the scores of South America’s musical giants: Ginastera and Villa- Lobos. Maestro Amadio and pianist Alexander Panizza light things up in Ginastera’s sparkling Piano Concerto No. 1.
- 5 July 2019 / 7.00 p.m. / PMH (Pre-Concert Talk 6.15 p.m.)
- 6 July 2019 / 4.00 p.m. / PMH (Pre-Concert Talk 3.15 p.m.)
Conductor: Ligia Amadio
Soloist: Alexander Panizza, piano
- HM King BHUMIBOL ADULYADEJ Phra Maha Mongkon
- Mozart Camargo GUARNIERI Abertura Concertante
- Alberto GINASTERA Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 28
- Heitor VILLA-LOBOS Bachianas Brasileiras No. 7
Zesty rhythms, passionate dances, and lyrical love songs are usually on reserve in Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra’s annual Latin American Music Night. A favorite of musicians and audiences alike, join the diplomatic community from Latin-American countries in a special performance featuring the scores of South America’s musical giants. The Argentinian pianist Alexander Panizza, known for his nuanced but virtuosic tone, teams up with Brazilian Maestra Ligia Amadio for a concert of brilliant master works from the southern continent of America.
With a first name like Mozart (yes, that was his given name!), the Brazilian composer Camargo Guarnieri had a lot to live up to. But, this 20th century master chose his own path and developed a musical style that encompassed both his native roots and a skillful compositional technique that continues to impress to this day. His beautiful and mysterious Abertura Concertante is a sparkling opening to the concert.
Maestro Amadio and pianist Alexander Panizza light things up in Alberto Ginastera’s sparkling Piano Concerto No. 1.
In his tributes to the genius of J. S. Bach, the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos is at his best. The Bachianas Brasileira no. 7 for orchestra merges the composer’s love for the Baroque master with the unique qualities of Brazilian folk music: a statement of the universal value of music that unites the world.
Tickets Price: 1500, 1000, 800, 600, 400 Baht
50% discount for Children and students below the age of 25 (or currently studying in an undergraduate program)
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