Se Equivoco La Paloma

Se Equivoco La Paloma

Se Equivoco La Paloma is, perhaps, the most well known song by Carlos Guastavino. Sometimes referred to as “The Schubert of the Pampas”, Guastavino wrote over 200 hundred songs. Se Equivoco was written for solo voice and piano in 1941. The poet is Rafael Alberti.

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Guest Artists

We acknowledge the following artists for their various artistic contributions to our programs: Jane Bloodworth – Mezzo Soprano James Fitzpatrick – Piano Terrance Johns – Tenor Jon Kalbfleisch – Piano, Maestro Daniel Lau – Piano Timothy McReynolds – Piano Tracy Olivera – Mezzo Eric Seay – String Bass Otice Sircy – Cello Adam Smith – Tenor Bryan Stenson – Tenor Alex Tang –...

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Love Americas Style

Love Americas Style

    Sunday, November 4, 2018  at 4 PM St. David’s Episcopal Church in Ashburn, VA Our musical tour of the Western Hemisphere begins in Argentina with the music of Carlos Guastavino. Known as the “Schubert of the Pampas,” Guastavino composed over 200 songs as well as chamber music and works for piano. We will be presenting selections from his Indianas Suite. You will hear rhythms and structures derived from folk dances such as...

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Star of the Morning

Star of the Morning

Saturday, December 8 at 5 PM Clarendon United Methodist Church in Arlington, VA Sunday, December 9 at 5 PM St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Alexandria, VA Our annual candlelight program celebrating Advent, Hanukkah, the Solstice, Christmas, and the coming of the New Year has become a highlight of our season. Featuring music and readings reflective of the season, this quiet hour is an opportunity to pause, reflect, and enjoy a moment of...

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Are Women People?

Are Women People?

Are Women People? March 11, 2018 | 4:00 PM | Private Home Please join us for this special afternoon of music featuring Lori Laitman’s exciting new song cycle celebrating 100 years of Women’s suffrage, “Are Women People?” This work was commissioned by the Eastman School of Music in honor of the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote in New York State. We will be presenting “Are Women People?” in an...

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