Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 7 PM
Kenosha Creative Space
624 57th Street, Kenosha 53140
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Latin American Chamber Music Concert at the Space.
The Carthage Series at the Space presents a concert with members of the Mexico City Symphony Orchestra part of Hispanic Heritage Month and el Dia de la Raza celebrations.
– Carthage College Piano Professor Debbie Masloski.
– Manuel Ramos – Concertmaster of the Mexico City Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional in Mexico City and his brother, Adolfo Ramos, the principal cellist with the Concertistas de Bellas Artes.
– Guest artists David Ramos (viola) and Allie Alvarado Switala (violin) will join the trio for the final work of the program.
Thursday 10. 11. 2018
Doors Open at 6:30 pm
Concert starts at 7:00 pm
Kenosha Creative Space
624-57th Street in downtown Kenosha
The Ramos Brothers and pianist Deborah Masloski will perform “An Evening of Latin Music”, also featuring violinist Alli Alvarado-Switala, and violist David Ramos. The performance features an array of beloved repertoire, including Latin American selections in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Dia de la Raza, and Dia De la Niña, an international celebration recognized by the UN promoting gender equality and encouraging young women to fight for a better future. The Ramos Brothers are a gifted Mexican string duo, featuring Manuel Ramos on violin and Adolfo Ramos on cello. Deborah Masloski, in addition to serving as a Carthage Assistant Professor of Music, has appeared with orchestras including the Chicago Civic Orchestra, New Mexico Symphony, and the Colorado Springs Orchestra.The evening’s programming will feature Alli Alvarado-Switala on violin, and David Ramos on viola. Alli Alvarado-Switala made her professional debut with the Fort Worth Symphony at age 13, and has since performed with orchestras such as the New World Symphony, the Buffalo Philharmonic, the Cleveland Orchestra, and the New York Philharmonic. David Ramos joins the Ramos Brothers and Masloski as an experienced violist, performing at important cultural institutions like the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico. Combining years of classical training and diverse experiences among its performers, this is sure to be an evening of unforgettable music making.
This event is free and open to the public. For additional information, please contact Kenosha Creative Space at 262-945-9411 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This concert is in collaboration with la Coordinacion Nacional de Musica y Opera del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes