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Fandango!

Sunday, March 17, 2024
2:00pm

Doors open at 1:00pm
Pre-concert forum begins at 1:15pm

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One of the most exciting groups on Chicago’s musical scene, Fandango! is a toe-tappingly spicy mix of Latin, Spanish, Sephardic, Balkan, and classical sounds founded by four multi-award-winning, globe-trotting virtuosi who hail from Spain (flutist Eugenia Moliner), France (violinist Blaise Magnière), Bosnia (guitarist Denis Azabagic), and Taiwan (cellist Cheng-Hou Lee), and who have played, separately and together, on the world’s most prestigious stages. Fandango! made their Washington DC début on the illustrious Dumbarton Oaks series, has appeared at Roosevelt University’s Ganz Hall in Chicago, the Bermuda International Festival, and has toured Hawaii, Florida, New Mexico, Arizona, Delaware, Iowa, Colorado, and nearly every region of the USA.

"an exciting and refreshing ensemble with authentic repertoire choices, exciting arrangements, and newly commissioned works . . . a nearly sold-out audience . . . gorgeous sounds . . . brilliant execution . . . a captivating performance . .  showed Fandango!’s variety of articulations, colors, and panache.”

SOUTH FLORIDA CLASSICAL REVIEW

Fandango! is named after the passionate Spanish dance for a reason. Find out more about them here.

Program

Winter from "The Four Seasons" - Vivaldi (arr. Fandango!)

Quintet for Guitar and Strings in D major, Grave assai - Boccherini (arr. Fandango!)

Three Balkan Pieces - Miroslav Tadic (arr. Fandango!)


Intermission
 

Danza Española, from "La Vida Breve" - de Falla (arr. Fandango!)

Plegaria y Canto (Al Bodre de la Mar) - Rivera

Carmen Fantasy - Thomas

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