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Cantos y Cuentos

Cantos y Cuentos

Evening recital  and poetry at the Theater am Spittelberg, Vienna

The soprano Yalilé Cardona comes from Bogota in Colombia and performed with various early music ensembles, chamber music, and renowned orchestras.

She sang at the famous festival “Opera in the Park” and “Musica religiosa de Popayán”. A scholarship enabled her to study at the Royal College of Music in London where she was awarded the “Century Fund Prize” as the best interpreter of early music.

In Austria, she is a recognized music educator and performs as a soloist with various ensembles of early music.

Poetry read by soprano Claudia Guarin

At the piano:  Chanda VanderHart

Pampamapa – Landkarte der Pampa, Carlos Guastavino (1912-2000)

Prestame tu pañuelito  –  Leih mir dein Taschentuch

Memoria y Acantilado – Gedächtnis und Steilküste, Ángeles mastretta

Triste  –  Traurig, Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983)

Zamba

Gato  –  Katze

Canción de cuna – Wiegenlied, Jaime León (1921-     )

Arrorró  –   Wiegenlied, Alberto Ginastera

La tunda para el negrito – Lied für ein kleines schwarzes Kind, Jaime León

El peso del alma – Das Gewicht der Seele, Ángeles Mastretta

Liede des Dichters des 18. Jh, Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959)

Mozart no Céu  – Mozart im Himmel, Osvaldo Lacerda   (1927-     )

Fabel, Ciro Alegría

Palomita  – Das Täubchen, Manuel Ponce (1883-1948)

Caballito  – Das Pferdchen, Silvestre Revueltas (1899-1940)

Briefe an Diego Rivera, Frieda Kahlo

A tí  – An Dich, Jaime León

Títere  – Hampelmann, Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)

Sem-Seu, Valdemar Henrique (1905-1995)

Chanda VanderHart – pianist, chamber musician, art song accompanist, vocal coach.

In 2015, Chanda celebrates 15 years living in Vienna, Austria, the music capital of Europe where she has been acquiring a solid musical education, worked with world-class musicians and singers and developed exciting music related projects.

 

There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.

Johann Sebastian Bach

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