A collaboration with Julian Rowlands and the Salisbury Community Choir, performing works for bandoneon and string quartet. Also featuring Tom Mason on double bass and tango dance specialists, Richard Manuel and Paula Duarte.
Concert’ina will be a fabulous celebration of Latin rhythms. A delicious salsa of harmonies, conjuring smoky milongas in flamboyant Buenos Aires. Fiery tangos meet staccato Glorias with a sprinkling of sultry ‘Strings’.
Santiago Quartet, a stunning group of strings specialising in Argentinian and Latin American music are joined by Julian Rowlands, renowned Bandoneon player, David Coram on piano and the Salisbury Community Choir: artfully brought together by conductor, Jeremy Backhouse.
From Palmeri's striking Mass – Misa a Buenos Aires ‘Misa Tango’ and Piazolla’s Las Cuatro Estaciones Portenas (Four Seasons) to extracts from Morricone’s ‘The Mission’ and a lighthearted ‘Guantanamera’.
The concert is supporting Mind, the leading mental health charity.
"I think this is all SO exciting! It's going to be a blast!
The choir was blown away by you! And I was thrilled by how it sounded. I hope you enjoyed it as much!" Jeremy Backhouse, Director SCC
Duration: 1 hour 50mins with interval