South of the Border

183530_10151341904336328_1114606915_nOriginally sited on 1,200 wooded acres in Indian Hill, Peterloon Estate was built in 1928 to rival the grandest houses of America and Europe. Its expansive living room provides a perfect intimate venue for the four yearly concerts of Music for All Seasons, now in its fourth year. All proceeds from ticket sales go to the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music for its Scholarship Fund.

Our next concert, slated for October 8th at 2 p.m: “South of the Border”, will feature music from Spain, Cuba, Argentina and Brazil.

eb6ced_7a7a51cb37c749379cb26ed43fb7cadb Mezzo-Soprano Kayleigh Decker

 19029652_10156322440858306_6819610218225069323_nCellist Alan Rafferty and his Studio Cello Ensemble

21742846_1421640101218558_6179240265783145514_n Soprano Chloe Legrand

21751967_1421640224551879_7529829205977201202_nPianist Jesse Leong

533eb8_712e602bcd384066aada74cfabb54f62Guitarist James Meade

DANIEL Tenor Daniel Weeks

21740065_1421641271218441_4606881735779394732_n South African pianist Eben Wagenstroom

…will share a program of instrumental and vocal music that will include…

Ignacio Cervantes’ Danzas Cubanas (https://youtu.be/kleA4wTzk1g)

Enrique Granados’ Tonadillas (https://youtu.be/28BrEJQqP74)

Astor Piazzola’s Four Seasons of Buenos Aires (https://youtu.be/qS3LoISiKK8)

Joaquin Turina’s Poema en Forma de Canciones (https://youtu.be/g-e2RfL621w)

and

Heitor Villalobos’ Bachianas Brasileiras nos. 1 and 5. (https://youtu.be/bLZD0XplYrI)

For further information and reservations please email musicseasons@zoomtown.com

Rafael de Acha    http://www.Rafael’sMusicNotes.com    All About the Arts     9/17/2017

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