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Tremün: Celebrating Indigenous Roots Concert

Friday, October 15, 2021 8 PM Weill Recital Hall
Tremün, meaning "growth" in the Mapuche language Mapudungun, champions music of and inspired by indigenous peoples around the world, including Perú, México, Jamaica, and Chile. This performance will feature premieres by Latinx composers Patricio Molina, Ramón Catalán, Aina Sandoval, Carlos Zamora, and Sebastián Vergara with Mapuche-poets Roxana Miranda Rupailaf and María Lara Millapan. Soprano Verónica Villarroel will also sing Northern Chilean indigenous songs.
Student and Senior Discount Tickets Available at the Box Office

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Performers

Alejandro Mendoza, Violin
Anna Keiserman, Piano
Claudia Peñailillo, Clarinet
Daniel Lamas, Viola
Darwin Cosme, Flute
Enriqueta Somarriba, Piano
Flor Cruz Longoria, Flute
Mallory Molina, Soprano
Patricio Molina, Piano
Ramón Catalán, Piano
Sonya Headlam, Soprano
Verónica Villarroel, Soprano

Program

SEBASTIÁN VERGARA Kuruf (World Premiere)

CARLOS ZAMORA Vocalíce (World Premiere)

AINA SANDOVAL Otoño en Tierra del Fuego (World Premiere)

RAMÓN CATALÁN Nocturne Elegie (World Premiere)

PATRICIO MOLINA Kecha Tregüfle (World Premiere)

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