Sunday 14 November 2021 2:30pm Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Kodály Dances of Galánta (16')
Pacho Flores Cantos y Revueltas: Fantasia concertante for Trumpet, Venezuelan Cuatro and strings (UK premiere) (18')
Piazzolla Revirado for trumpet and orchestra (05')
- INTERVAL (20') -
Bartók Concerto for Orchestra (36')
Domingo Hindoyan conductor
Pacho Flores trumpet
Leónidas Rondón cuatro
Young Zoltán Kodály escapes from school in the Hungarian town of Galánta, and hears the world’s wildest folk band. Béla Bartók faces exile and uncertainty with a blazing full orchestra – and wraps it all up with an exuberant shout of joy. And Domingo Hindoyan welcomes back Venezuelan trumpet sensation Pacho Flores, joined by cuatro (small guitar) player Leónidas Rondón, for still more high-octane musical daredevilry, plus a sultry little number from the king of tango, Astor Piazzolla. If you heard Flores perform in January 2020…well, enough said!
Post-concert Question Time - starts 15 minutes after the concert ends (Music Room) with Chief Conductor Domingo Hindoyan and trumpeter Pacho Flores
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