October 10, 2021

FACULTY RECITAL celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: Brenda Iglesias, mezzo-soprano and Po-Chuan Chiang, piano
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: COFAC Recital Hall
Description: This performance will feature C.T. Vivian Diversity Scholar in Vocal Performance Brenda Iglesias, mezzo-soprano and Faculty Assistant Po-Chuan Chiang, piano.

The recital celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month and will cover repertoire from Spain, Argentina and Mexico. Composers include: Federico García Lorca, Enrique Granados, Fernando Obradors, Xavier Montsalvage, Alberto Ginastera, Carlos Guastavino, Ariel Ramírez, Manuel M. Ponce, Ignacio Fernández Esperón, Jorge Del Moral, Alfonso Esparza Oteo, María Grever and Agustín Lara.

SONGS FROM SPAIN

Anda Jaleo from “Canciones Españolas Antiguas” - Federico García Lorca (1898 –1936)

Las Morillas de Jaén from “Canciones Españolas Antiguas” - Federico García Lorca

La maja dolorosa from “Tonadillas” - Enrique Granados (1867–1916)
I. Oh muerte cruel
II. Ay majo de mi vida
III. De aquel majo amante

El vito from “Canciones Clásicas Españolas” - Fernando Obradors (1897–1945)

Canción de cuna para dormir a un negrito from “Cinco Canciones Negras” - Xavier Montsalvage (1912-2002)

SONGS FROM ARGENTINA

Canción del árbol del olvido - Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983)

La Rosa y el Sauce - Carlos Guastavino (1912-2000)

Alfonsina y el mar - Ariel Ramírez (1921 -2002)

SONGS FROM MEXICO

Estrellita - Manuel M. Ponce (1882 –1948)

La Borrachita - Ignacio Fernández Esperón
(1894 – 1968)

Besos robados - Jorge del Moral (1900 –1941)'

Júrame - María Grever (1885 – 1951)

Granada - Agustín Lara (1897-1970)

Dime que sí - Alfonso Esparza Oteo (1894 –1950)

This performance is free and open for limited general audience seating, but due to the restrictions currently in place, we ask that patrons scan the QR code and enter contact information upon arrival in the lobby (for contact tracing purposes) and maintain proper social distancing. The ushers will also be able to gather information, for those who might need assistance. Masks are required at all times, in the Recital Hall and lobby.

This performance will also be broadcast on the School of Music's YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Performances in the COFAC Recital Hall are now open for limited general audience seating, with the following guidelines:
· Audience members and participants are encouraged to be vaccinated
· Off-campus visitors are encouraged to complete the WIU self-check before arriving to campus at www.wiu.edu/selfcheck
· Face coverings must be worn by all audience members, at all times
· Ushers will collect information from attendees (name, phone and email) to assist with contact tracing, if necessary
· Audience members will be expected to maintain proper social distancing from others not in his/her group
Related Web Site: COFAC Recital Hall
Contact Information:
 Joanie Herbert
 Phone: 309-298-1843
 Email: JE-Herbert@wiu.edu
Source: School of Music

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