New York: One State. Many Nations

Photo by Anjali Bhargava

a Concert of Chamber Music based on the poetic and musical traditions that have shaped New York’s cultural landscape

Composer/ Director: Carlos David Bernales

Dates:

  • Thursday, August 1, 2013 at 7:00pm
  • Friday, August 2, 2013 at 7:00pm
  • Sunday, August 4, 2013 at 7:00pm

Language: Mostly English; a few songs will be in other languages

Age: All Ages

Location: 64 East 4th Street NY NY 10003

Website: PAM 2013 | Official FaceBook Page

About the Show:

Exemplifying the essence of a “cultural melting pot”, ‘New York:  One State. Many Nations’ sets poetry to music in a concert that celebrates the diversity of one of the greatest cities in the world.  With inspiration from pieces by Neruda, Rumi, Whitman, Langston Hughes, Tagore, and Cesar Vallejo, to name a few, composer Carlos D. Bernales orchestrates this ambitious love song to New York.  ‘New York’ follows Bernales’ previous project, “PERU:  One Country. Many Nations” in exposing just what makes such a place thrive, under the vibrancy of its inhabitants. 

About the director:

Carlos D. Bernales’ vision as a composer is to create music that brings together those musical traditions of the world which are rooted in the understanding of the human essence and of the paramount importance of the intimate relationship that must take place between humans and nature in order for that essence to flourish.

Performers:

Anna Noggle – soprano
Luis Casal – viola
Benita Benéitez Vega – violin
Alejandra Duffoo – soprano
José del Valle – tenor
Kumar Das – tabla player
Melania Maldonado – mezzo-soprano
Carlos David Bernales – piano

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