Iberian and Latin American Music Society (ILAMS)

ILAMS, the UK's leading Society for the promotion of Iberian and Latin American Music, invites you to our forthcoming concerts and others we recommend:

Wednesday 17 February 2010 1.05pm
Solo Guitar Recital: Morgan Szymanski
Museum of London 150 London Wall, London EC2
Nearest tube: Barbican, St Paul’s (Central line), Moorgate (Metropolitan/Hammersmith & City/Circle Lines)

‘A player destined for future glories’ Classical Guitar Magazine Antonio Lauro Venezuelan WaltzesAgustín Barrios Mangoré Vals Op.8, No.4Agustín Barrios Mangoré Una limosna por el amor de DiosAgustín Barrios Mangoré MaxixePaulo Bellinati JongoJoão Pernambuco Sons de CarilhõesHeitor Villa-Lobos Chôros No. 1
Part of the Winter Concert Series of the City of London Festival
Tickets: Admission freewww.colf.org__

Friday 19 February 2010 7.30pm
An Evening of Spanish and Latin American Song
Marina Karagianni, mezzo-soprano & Neus G. Ritort, piano
Bolívar Hall
54 Grafton Way,
London W1T 5DL
Nearest tube: Warren Street (Northern and Victoria Lines)

An evening of Spanish and Latin American 20th-century art songs for voice and piano with Marina Karagianni, mezzo-soprano and Neus G. Ritort, piano. This programme traces the links between the art songs of Spain and Latin America and explores the relationship between the 'popular' or 'folk' music and poetry, and music as an expression of nationalism. The concert also showcases a range of nanas (lullabies) composed in different styles.

Montsalvatge Obradors
Mompou Juan B. Plaza
Antonio Estévez Modesta Bor
Eduardo S. de Fuentes

Tickets: Admission free

Friday 26 February 2010 7.30pm

'Ayre Español': Spanish Repertoire from Medieval to Baroque

Il Festino Ensemble
Bolívar Hall
54 Grafton Way,
London W1T 5DL

Nearest tube: Warren Street, (Northern/Victoria Lines)

The concert 'Ayre Español' will present extracts from the Cantigas de Santa Maria, Cancioneiro de Upsala, the Ladino/Sephardic influence, as well as pieces by Antonio de Cabezón, Diego Ortiz, José Marín and others performed on period instruments, by the early music ensemble Il Festino. Il Festino consists of musicians who have gained their reputation on the Early Music Scene. Its contrasting yet complementary personalities and cultural backgrounds, combined with their outstanding talent, make this group very appealing and dynamic. The Ensemble has great passion and interest in exploring less-well-known Spanish and Latin American baroque composers. Cancionero de Upsala Yéndome y viniendo Anonymous Las tres fuentes José Marín No piense Menguilla Diego Ortiz Recercadas Santiago de Murcia Pieces from Codex 4 Francisco José de Castro Sonata prima José de Torres Cantata Bosques umbrosos


Tickets: £10 (available on the door and online)www.wegottickets.com (type 'Ayre Español' in the search box)

Friday 5 March 2010 7.30pm
An Introduction to: Iberican Classical Music*

Morgan Szymanski, guitar; Maya Sapone, soprano and Helen Glaisher-Hernández, piano

Schott Recital Room
The Schott Music Shop,
48 Great Marlborough Street,
London, W1F 7BB

Nearest Tube: Oxford Circus (Bakerloo/Victoria/Central Lines)

If you are new to the classical music of Spain and Latin America this concert is for you. This is classical music infused with colour, rhythm, verve, machismo, passion, violence, seduction and sensuality... And for the seasoned enthusiast we also have a few new rare gems that we guarantee you will love. Three of the moment's leading young Iberican specialists, Morgan Szymanski (guitar), Maya Sapone (soprano) and Helen Glaisher-Hernández (piano) will be performing: Federico Mompou Charmes Heitor Villa-Lobos Forest of the Amazon Heitor Villa-Lobos Bachianas brasileiras No. 5 Joaquín Rodrigo Tres canciones españolas Alberto Ginastera Canción al árbol del olvido Antonio Lauro Venezuelan Waltzes (selection)

We hope you will join us for this informal ILAMS event in the intimate setting of the Schott Recital Room to sit back with a glass of wine and enjoy some rare musical treats. This is also the perfect opportunity to meet the ILAMS team and find out more about the Society and what we do, Iberian and Latin American classical music, and - meet the artists!



Tickets (including a glass of wine): £10 / £8 concessions / £5 ILAMS members (please email us for the discount code)Bookings: 020 7534 0710, londonshop@schott-music.com, www.schott-music.co.uk/shop

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