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Antonio Serrano – mouth organ, Spain Constanza Lechner – piano, Spain

St. Sophia church

08/17/2018

21:00 hrs

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Antonio Serrano is a Spanish virtuoso of harmonica, who acquires his education under the guidance of the famous Larry Adler. His impressive technical abilities on chromatic harmonicа enabled him to explore various musical styles, so his repertoire consists of works of classical music, jazz, tango and flamenco music. Serrano is one of the most important improvisers of its generation. Great popularity allows him to collaborate with some of the most important Spanish musicians, including the famous guitarist Paco de Lucia.

In addition, he also performed with several symphonic orchestras in the world, and recorded music for some of the films of the famous world director Pedro Almodovar. His discography collection includes 11 CD’s.

Pianist Constanza Lechner had the first contact with this instrument at the age of two. She  studied at the San Lorenzo del Escorial Conservatory, while also studying harpsichord, old music, a modern piano and jazz at the “Escuela de musica creativa” in Madrid. This versatile approach to music has enabled collaboration with various symphonic orchestras and performers from Spain and the world. Besides music scenes in her native country, Lechner has also performed in France, Greece, Jordan, Switzerland, USA, Canada, Turkey, Cyprus, Bahrain, Oman and Germany. In 2015 she published the CD “Infancia” in order to bring the music of the great world composers closer to the children.

 

Program:

 

Francisco Tárrega (1852–1909): Recuerdos de la Alhambra

 

Manuel de Falla (1876–1946): Danza Española no. 1 from the opera “La vida breve”

                                              Danza Ritual del Fuego from the ballet “El Amor Brujo”

 

Enrique Granados (1867–1916): Danza Española no. 5 “Andaluza”

 

Pablo de Sarasate (1844–1908): Spanish Dances op. 23

  1. Playera
  2. Zapateado

 

Carlos Guаstavino (1912–2000): „Encantamiento“
En los Surcos del Amor“

                                                     „Se Equivocó la Paloma“

 

Astor Piazzolla (1921–1992): „Adios Nonino”

                                                „Fracanapa”

                                                „Oblivión”

                                                 „Libertango“

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