CLOSING CEREMONY & PRESENTING THE AWARDS

19:30

CLOSING CEREMONY & PRESENTING THE AWARDS

PETAR JANKOVIĆ ENSEMBLE

20:00

PETAR JANKOVIĆ ENSEMBLE

Petar Jankovic - USA

PROGRAM

Petar Jankovic (USA), an international award-winning classical guitarist, joined forces with a string quartet from the prestigious Jacobs School of Music comprised of brilliant players such as Sophie Bird (New Zealand) on Violin 1, Grace Kim (Canada) on Violin 2, Rose Wollman (USA) on Viola and Maria Martinez (Spain) on Cello.

This ensenmble covers a wide range of repertoire - from early music jewels of Scarlatti, Vivaldi and Boccerini, to traditional Spanish works by Albeniz, De Falla, and Granados. Passionate Piazzolla tangos and rich Brazilian music forms of Gnattalli, Bellinati, and Villa Lobos are performed alongside exotic Balkan/Gypsy traditions, and new classical works by contemporary composers such as R. Dyens, E. Bark, J. Godfrey.

Works by: P. Bellinnati, R. Gnattali and R. Dyens): Sonidos de Brasil

  • Jongo
  • Anacleto
  • Fuoco

Works by: M. De Falla and F. M. Torroba:  Spanish Medley

  • Danza No 1 from La Vida Breve
  • Andante
  • Danza del ritual del fuego

Piazzolla: Three Tangos

  • Primavera Portena
  • Oblivion
  • Tango No 3
ANTONIO CHAINHO BAND

21:30

ANTONIO CHAINHO BAND

António Chainho - Portugal-India

PROGRAM

Lisgoa, the name of the project, is a cross musical venture between the cultural heritage of two of the oldest cities in the world – Lisboa and Goa, the ancient capital of the Indian Portuguese empire, and now a place of peace and future – and a starting point for a multicultural and passionate concert.

LISGOA PROJECT – FADO MEETS INDIAN MUSIC

  • ALISIOS (inst.)
  • PARDESI
  • ZINDAGHI
  • LISGÔA (inst.)
  • DISSESTE-ME
  • FADINHO SIMPLES
  • GUITARRA SEM FRONTEIRAS (inst.)
  • JAPANI
  • PANCH VORSAM
  • BEIJO DE SAL