The Altavoce Treble Chorus and the World Music Ensemble presenttheir end of semester concert in the Recital Hall, 71 Loring Ave. The World Music Ensemble presents a program featuring Shona music from Zimbabwe.They will perform “Shumba” for mbira and voice. The concert also includesHindustani music from India, including Raga Bageshree for sitar , bansuri, and harmonium. The World Music Ensemble is under the direction of Peter Kevtko. The Altavoce Treble Chorus will feature music with roots in Spain and Latin America. The program includes “Plena” based on a traditionalPuerto Rican rhythm, arranged by Dianan Saez, “Durme, Durme” , a traditional Sephardic folk tune Criome Mi Madres from Four Spanish Lullabies byFrancisco Núñez. The chorus will be joined by members of the ESOL3 class from Pathways Adult Education and Training for an English and Spanish version of Carol King’s “You’ve got a friend.” Lynn Shane directs the Altavoce Treble Chorus. This concert will include Sanae Kanda, piano; Raymond Gonzalez , guitar and Lydia Lucas ’14 , percussion. Admission is free although goodwill offerings at the door are welcome to support scholarships for music majors.
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