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Wednesday@Noon Concert. Barcelona’s Sounds: Catalan Art Song

Wednesday, February 1, 2017
  12:10–1 p.m.


Location: Arts Building Music Rehearsal Hall, ARTS 157
  Parking Information

Category: Concert

Description:

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC
Wednesday@Noon Concert

Barcelona’s Sounds
Recital of Catalan Art Songs

Patricia Caicedo, soprano – Nikos Stavlas, piano

PROGRAM

Enric Granados (1867-1916)

La maja de Goya  (texto: F. Periquet)
Callejeo (texto: F. Periquet)
Cançó d´amor (Josep Maria Roviralta)
Cancó del gener (Apel.les Mestres)

Quejas o la maja y el ruiseñor

Carlota Garriga, Barcelona, 1937
Cançó del lladre

Elisenda Fàbregas, Barcelona, 1958
From the song cycle Tiempo de amor
I. Cuando apunta la oscuridad
III. Después de esta separación

Enric Granados (1867-1916)
Allegro de concierto

Anna Cazurra (1964) – Poesia de Carles Duarte (1959)
Tensho
II. Duem al rostre
III. La sang de l´aire
IV. Rere la nit
V. Ja no existeix
VI. El cel



Patricia Caicedo, soprano
Recognized as one of the leading interpreters of the Latin-American & SpanishArt Song Repertoire, Colombian-Spanish soprano Patricia Caicedo has sung in the United States, Canada, Denmark, Holland, Germany, Russia, Italy, Portugal,Spain and Latin America to public and critical acclaim. Singing in Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, Quechua and Nahuatl she  draws listeners into the world of beauty, poetry, and warmth that is the Ibero American Art Song. Her well-received CDs include: Aves y Ensueños: Colombian Art Songs by Jaime León (2011), Estrela é Lua nova… (2011), De mi corazón latino - Latin Songs of All time (2010),  A mi ciudad Nativa – To My Native City (2005) and Lied: Artsongs of Latin America (2001).
    Considered an expert in the history and musical interpretation of the Latin American and Iberian vocal repertoire, Caicedo regularly gives concert-lectures and master classes, and serves as Artist-in-Residence at leading universities in the United States and Europe. Her books The Latin American Art Song: A Critical Anthology and Interpretative Resource for Singers, The Colombian Art Song - Jaime Leon: Analysis and Compilation of his works for voice and piano Vol. 1 & 2 and The Bolivian Art Son, are reference books in the field.
   Dr. Caicedo is the founder and director of the Barcelona Festival of Song®, a Summer Course and a Concert Series dedicated to the study of the history and interpretation of the Latin American and Iberian Art Song. She holds a Medical Doctor´s degree from the Escuela Colombiana de Medicina and a Ph.D in Musicology from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
www.patriciacaicedo.com   www.barcelonafestivalofsong.com

Nikos Stavlas, piano
Nikos was born in Greece in 1983. He studied at the Music School of Serres  (Elina  Grammatopoulou),  at  the  National  Conservatory  of Thessaloniki (Igor Petrin, Diploma and First Prize, 2003) and at the University  of  Macedonia, Thessaloniki (Vinia  Tsopela, BMus with distinction, 2005). In 2005 he moved to London, where he studied at the Royal College of Music  with Yonty Solomon and  Kathron Sturrock, financially supported both by the Greek State Scholarship Foundation  and  by the RCM, and obtained a  Master’s Degree in Piano Performance with distinction in 2007.
    He has participated in several competitions and won, among others, two first prizes in Pan-Hellenic competitions as well as two second prizes in the  G. Thymis Competition, Greece. He has appeared several times as a soloist with orchestras in Greece and Albania, and has given solo and chamber music recitals in Greece, Albania, Italy, Spain, Belgium, USA and the United Kingdom. He is also a member of the Vladimir&Estragon Piano  Duo, with  which he frequently appears in conciertos that challenge the concept and content of piano recitals through the establishment of an  effortlessly distinct piano performance style. Nikos has recently obtained a PhD in Piano Performance Practice at Goldsmiths, University of London  under the supervision of Keith Potter and Andrew Zolinsky. His area of research is Ludwig van, a film  and a musical composition on Beethoven by  the  Argentinian composer Mauricio Kagel.

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• The Wednesday@Noon Series offers concerts, lectures, and presentations of academic research by Department of Music faculty, postdoctoral researchers, students, and international guest artists and scholars. Liz Przybylski, coordinator.



Open to: Campus Only
Admission: Free
Sponsor: Music Department

Contact Information:
Kathy DeAtley
(951) 827-3245
performingarts@ucr.edu