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The Music of Colonial Latin America Series: March 5-8

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Sunday, March 8 at 3:45pm to 6:00pm

WPAC - Wertheim Performing Arts Center, Concert Hall (Room 170)
10910 SW 17th St., Miami, FL 33199

The music of Spanish Colonial Latin America is rich in flavor, history, and expression. This concert series explores music from Mexico City and New Spain, with a particular interest in the musical life of New Spanish cathedrals and music written by Italian composer, Ignacio Jerusalem, and his contemporaries.

Presented as part of the 2020 International Conference on Colonial Music: Music and Arts of Colonial Spain. Information at music.fiu.edu/colonialconference. 

 

ENTIRE SCHEDULE OF CONCERTS

March 5 | 7:30pm

Music of the Mexico's Cathedral (1550-1750)

Join the FIU Collegium Musicum, under the direction of Juvenal Correa-Salas, for a not-to-be-missed performance tracing the history and musical development of New Spain's most important religious center with works by Franco, Fernandez, Céspedes, Salazar, Padilla, Sumaya, and Jerusalem.

- Located at the Wertheim Concert Hall, FIU's Modesto A. Maidique Campus

$15 General Admission, $10 FIU Faculty, Staff, Seniors, and Alumni, $5 Students (with valid i.d.) 

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March 6 | 7:30pm

Baroque and Galant Music from the New Spanish Cathedrals

FIU Concert Choir

Maria Guinand, conductor

Juvenal Correa-Salas, organ and harpsichord

Works by Billoni (Durando), Salas (Santiago de Cuba), Manuel José de Quiróz (Guatemala), Sumaya (Mexico City), and Ignacio Jerusalem (Mexico City).

- Located at the Wertheim Concert Hall, FIU's Modesto A. Maidique Campus

$15 General Admission, $10 FIU Faculty, Staff, Seniors, and Alumni, $5 Students (with valid i.d.)

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March 7 | Pre-Concert Talk 7:10pm | 7:30pm Concert

Eighteenth-Century Music from the Mexico City Cathedral: Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the Death of Ignacio Jerusalem (1707-1769)

Chicago Arts Orchestra (Professional Chamber Orchestra from Chicago)

Javier José Mendoza, Artistic Director

with Special Guests, Encantus Voices Choir

Maibel Troia, Conductor

Don’t miss this chance to hear the acclaimed Chicago Arts Orchestra present Spanish music from the colonial era, never before heard in Florida! Named a “Critic’s Pick” by Time Out Chicago and a “Recommend” by the Chicago Tribune, the CAO has garnered an international reputation for performing galant music from Spanish archives in the New World. The CAO’s 2012 album release Al combate and forthcoming release of Ignacio Jerusalem’s Mass in G are examples of the orchestras work and dedication to colonial Spanish Repertoire. Join us to hear these rarely performed treasures of Spanish Heritage. Tickets available at www.ChicagoArtsOrchestra.org

- Located at La Merced Chapel on the campus of Corpus Christi Church

$35 General Admission | $20 Seniors | $10 Students with ID

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March 8 | Pre-Concert Talk 3:45pm | 4:00pm Concert

Eighteenth-Century Music from the Mexico City Cathedral: Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the Death of Ignacio Jerusalem (1707-1769)

Chicago Arts Orchestra

Javier José Mendoza, Artistic Director

with Special Guests, Encantus Voices Choir

Maibel Troia, Conductor

Don’t miss this chance to hear the acclaimed Chicago Arts Orchestra present Spanish music from the colonial era, never before heard in Florida! Named a “Critic’s Pick” by Time Out Chicago and a “Recommend” by the Chicago Tribune, the CAO has garnered an international reputation for performing galant music from Spanish archives in the New World. The CAO’s 2012 album release Al combate and forthcoming release of Ignacio Jerusalem’s Mass in G are examples of the orchestras work and dedication to colonial Spanish Repertoire. Join us to hear these rarely performed treasures of Spanish Heritage. Tickets available at www.ChicagoArtsOrchestra.org

- Located at La Merced Chapel on the campus of Corpus Christi Church

$35 General Admission | $20 Seniors | $10 Students with ID

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Event Type

Arts & Culture, Music

Audience

Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni, General Public, Prospective Students

Tags

music, early music, CARTA

Department
School of Music
Hashtag

#FIUmusic

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