ROSSMOOR CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY
The Rossmoor Chamber Music Society’s second concert of the 2018–2019 season will feature Quinteto Latino, a woodwind quintet, on Monday, October 5, 2018, at 7:30 p.m., in the Tahoe Room of the Event Center.
Quinteto Latino is a San Francisco Bay Area wind quintet with a mission to build community through Latino Classical Music performance and advocacy. Founded in 2004 by French horn player Armando Castellano, this unique ensemble aims to expand the boundaries of a classical music tradition, commonly perceived as predominantly Euro-American, by performing works exclusively by Latino composers. Through their varied and innovative work in venues both traditional and nontraditional, they strive to make this music available, relevant, and inspiring to audiences across cultural, class, and ethnic lines.
Liduino Pitombeira (Brazil; b.1962): Ajubete Jepê Amô Mbaê
Marcus Siqueira (Brazil; b.1974): Egregoras
Ronaldo Miranda (Brazil; b. 1948): "Variações Sérias"
Edu Lobo & José Carlos Capinam (Brazil; b. 1943 & b. 1941): Viola Fora de Moda
Liduino Pitombeira (Brazil; b.1962): Suite Hermética
Julio Medaglia (Brazil; b. 1938): Belle Epoque in Sud America
Waldir Azevedo (Brazil; 1923-1980): Brasileirinho
Quinteto Latino (Diane Grubbe, flute, Kyle Bruckmann, oboe, Leslie Tagorda, clarinet, Shawn Jones, bassoon, and Armando Castellano, French horn.
Single tickets for this October 15 performance will be on sale at the door only—beginning at 6:30 p.m. on the night of the performance—for $18 (cash and checks only). Season tickets will also continue to be sold at this concert ($65 for the remaining 4 of 5 concerts). All Rossmoor residents and their guests are welcome.