CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Performance Sunday, December 11, 2011 | 1 PM

Carnegie Hall Family Concert: Celso Duarte

Zankel Hall
Energize your family with the vibrant sound of Mexican Son Jarocho music and discover the musical ingredients of fandango! World renowned harpist Celso Duarte has collaborated with artists such as Celso Piña, Lila Downs, Placido Domingo, Mariza, Wynton Marsalis, and The Chieftains.

Performers

  • Celso Duarte, Musical Director, Harp, Guitarra de Son, Jarana, Charango and Vocals
  • Violeta Ortega, Vocals, Jarana and Zapateado
  • Alfredo "Godo" Herrera, Vocals, Jarana and Quijada
  • Rodrigo Duarte, Electric Cello
  • Samuel Torres, Percussion
  • Russell Granet, Host

Program

  • TRAD. (Son Jarocho) "Siquisirí" (arr. by Celso Duarte)
  • PATRICIO HIDALGO "Lluvia de San Juan" (arr. by Celso Duarte)
  • TRAD. (Son Jarocho) "Cascabel" (arr. by Celso Duarte)
  • TRAD. (Son Jarocho) "La Iguana" (arr. by Celso Duarte)
  • TRAD. (Son Jarocho) "La Guacamaya" (arr. by Celso Duarte)
  • TRAD. (Son Jarocho) "Zapateado" (arr. by Celso Duarte)
  • TRAD. (Son Jarocho) "La Bruja" (arr. by Celso Duarte)
  • TRAD. (Son Jarocho) "Coco" (arr. by Celso Duarte)
  • TRAD. (Son Jarocho) "Samba-Bamba" (arr. by Celso Duarte)
  • TRAD. (Son Jarocho) "La Candela" (arr. by Celso Duarte)

Pre-concert

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Video

Siquisiri
Celso Duarte Ensemble Neighborhood Concert, May 8, 2010, El Museo del Barrio. After performances from the Weill Music Institute's Global Encounters Program for high school students in Zankel Hall, Celso Duarte Ensemble performed as part of the Neighborhood Concert Series in Staten Island and East Harlem.

Pre-concert activities will take place one hour before each performance and are free to all ticket holders.
Carnegie Hall Family Concerts are made possible, in part, by generous endowment gifts from Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Morse Jr., and the Henry and Lucy Moses Fund.