Friday, January 19, 2018, 8:00 PM - 9:45 PM
The 4th annual Villa-Lobos International Chamber Music Festival returns to Riverside's All Saints Episcopal Church on Jan. 19 for a program of contemporary music from Brazil. The concert will featureKarl Pasch, principal clarinetist of the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra; pianist Nic Gerpe, new music specialist and piano faculty at Pasadena Conservatory; and festival director Lars Hoefs, cello professor at Sao Paulo State University in Campinas, Brazil. The program will present works by contemporary Brazilian composers Eduardo Seincman, Marisa Rezende, Paulo Costa Lima, Roberto Victorio, Almeida Prado, and UCR Professor of CompositionPaulo C. Chagas, as well as the world premiere of "Brazilian Landscapes No. 16" by Liduino Pitombeira, commissioned by the festival.
"New Musical Landscapes"
Liduino Pitombeira: Brazilian Landscapes No. 16 (world premiere)
Paulo C. Chagas: Dance With Blanket (from Corpo, Carne e Espírito)
Marisa Rezende: Ânima
Eduardo Seincman: O Corvo (The Raven)
Roberto Victorio: Yucatan
Almeida Prado: Pana-Pana II
Paulo Costa Lima: Pós-Aboio
Nic Gerpe, piano
Karl Pasch, clarinet
Lars Hoefs, cello