Based in France, this group consists of Tania Castro Arias (flute), Cesar Castro Arias (violin and viola) and Stephanie Mulot (piano). They will perform the concert “Tour through South American Music”, including works by composers such as Antonio Maria Valencia, Heitor Villa- Lobos, Ernesto Nazareth, Astor Piazzolla and Mario Gareña, among others.
The program is divided in two parts: Cultured South American Music inspired on Popular Music, and Traditional South American Music. For both parts of the program, the Emerald Trio selected Colombian, Venezuelan, Argentinean and Brazilian music.
Tania and Cesar are two siblings from Ibagué city, who began their musical training in the Spanish-American oral musical tradition. They began studying classical/concert music at the Conservatory of Tolima and the National University of Colombia in Bogota, and then continued their studies in France.
The trio is completed by Stephanie Mulot, French pianist educated within the European scholarly tradition, who, from a young age, felt attracted to the creation and performance spaces offered by oral tradition music.
Tour through South American Music
Cultured South American Music inspired on Popular Music
Antonio Maria Valencia
Colombian Dance for Violin and Piano
Luis Antonio Escobar
Sonata Bambuco for Violin and Piano No. 3
Solo de pajarillo (“Bird” Solo), (Joropo musical genre) for Solo Flute
Heitor Villa -Lobos
1. Bachianas Brasileiras No. 6" for Flute and Viola - originally for Flute and Bassoon
2. Ária (Chôro)
Coastal Dances for Flute, Viola and Piano - originally for Flute, Clarinet in b, and Piano.
"Tres tangos brasileiros" for Flute, Viola and Piano
1. Fuga y misterio (Tango) - Flute, Viola and Piano
2. Oblivion (Milonga) - Flute, Viola and Piano
3. Intermedio (Intermediate)
South American Popular Music
Mi refugio (My refuge) (Tango)
Esmeralda Lugo Torres (Bambuco genre)
Alfredo da Rocha
2. Naquele Tempo (Choro genre)
Introduction, Theme and Variations on El Diablo Suelto (The Loose Devil) (Venezuelan Waltz)
Yo me llamo Cumbia (My name is Cumbia) (Cumbia genre)
A fuego lento (On Low Heat) (Tango)
Mr. Jou (Zuliana Dance)
Vivan las fiestas (partying Bambuco genre)
Alfredo da Rocha
André de sapato novo (Choro genre)
El Pereirando, (Pasillo genre)
Atlantico (Cumbia genre)
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