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Music from Latin America for Dia de los Muertos (Chicago)

Location: Illinois, USA
Voicing: Mixed

PEREGRINE VOCAL ENSEMBLE  |  Emilie Amrein, Founding Artistic Director

Día de los Muertos: Music to Mark the Day of the Dead

Peregrine Vocal Ensemble explores themes of death and living from a Latin American cultural perspective with an expressive program of little-known contemporary choral repertoire from our southern neighbors.

Friday, November 1, 2013 at 7:30pm
Instituto Cervantes Auditorium, 31 W. Ohio St, Chicago, IL 60654
Tickets: $20 General | $15 Students, Seniors, and Vets

Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 7:30pm
Our Lady of Victory Church, 5212 W. Agatite Ave, Chicago, IL 60630
Tickets: $15 General | $12 Students, Seniors, and Vets

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Xtoles- Jorge Cózatl (Mexico, b. 1973)
Mata del anima sola- Antonio Estévez (Venezuela, 1916-1988)
Arbolucu, te sequeste- Carlos Chavéz (Mexico, 1899-1978)
Amanecía en el naranjel- Carlos Jiménez Mabarak (Mexico, 1916-1994)
Tres Epitafios- Rodolfo Halffter (Mexico, 1900-1987)

Psalmus 114- Roberto Caamaño (Argentina, 1923-1993)
Lacrimosa- Calixto Álvarez (Cuba, b. 1938)
Jubiaba- Carlos Alberto Pinto Fonseca (Brazil, 1933-2006)
Lamentaciones de Jeremias Propheta- Alberto Ginastera (Argentina, 1916-1983)
Dos corazones- Blas Galindo Dimas (Mexico, 1910-1993)
Te quiero- Alberto Favero (Argentina, b. 1944)
Pasar la vida- Jorge Cózatl (Mexico, b. 1973)


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