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Season 2023 – Program 1
February 24, 2023
St. Bede Episcopal Chapel at the University of Miami

Pre-concert Talk 7 pm
Concert 7:30 pm

Program

** Honeyrêves by Bruno Maderna (Italy) 5′

* Fast Break by Charles Mason (USA) 7′

Silencios imaginados 2001 by Orlando Jacinto García (Cuba – USA) 13’

I N T E R M I S S I O N

Sonatina, for violin and cello by Arthur Honegger (Swiss) 15’

* Trescherzinuno (in Do) by Gabrio Taglietti (Italy) 10’

* Acrobats (6’) / Augusta Read Thomas (USA) 6′

*) Miami Premiere

**) 50th Anniversary of death

Season 2023 – Program 2
March 28, 2023 at 7.00 pm
St. Bede Episcopal Chapel at the University of Miami

Pre-concert Talk 7 pm
Concert 7:30 pm

Program

Choros Bis, for violín and cello by Heitor Villa-lobos (Brazil) 9′

* A sparrow flies towards a woman as she stares at a crescent moon . Guitar Concerto by Federico Bonacossa (Italy-US) 20′

Federico Bonacossa, guitar

I N T E R M I S S I O N

* El Poema de Tlaltecatzin (Poem of Tlaltecatzin) by Juan Trigos (Mexico-US) 25′

Daniela D’Ingiullo, soprano

*) World Premiere

Past

May 7th, 2022 at 7 PM
Herbert And Nicole Wertheim Concert Hall (FIU), Miami, FL
May 13th, 2022 at 8.30 PM
25 Festival Cultural de Mayo. Teatro Degollado, Guadalajara, Mexico

The Last Hundred Ensemble of Miami, Florida
and the puppet company “La Coperacha” from Guadalajara, Jalisco (Mexico)
present
Ella-Miau (She-Miau) by Juan Trigos
Opera in one Act for soprano and ensemble (50′)
Libretto by Juan Trigos S.
Synopsis
The madness was present, outside of her, She-Meow, since she was born. She took the form of a woman. She put her mother’s hat on her head, obsessed with the idea of being a cat. Then, the waters of madness soaked the inside of her person and she, She-Meow, was left homeless, without a father and without herself, but treasuring the immense affection of a mother who never accompanied her (Juan Trigos S.)
CAST

Antonio Camacho Oropeza, stage director
Juan Trigos, conductor
Daniela D’Ingiullo, soprano

La Coperacha, puppeteers
Elisbeida Suárez
Héctor Caro
Alejandro Orozco

The Last Hundred Ensemble
Frank Capoferri, alto saxophone
Vladimir Ibarra, electric guitar
Noel Halloway, percussion
Chen-Hui Jen, piano/electric piano

Salvador Rodríguez, pictures
Olga Gámez, artistic direction, puppetry and costumes
César Camarena, scenography and puppetry
José Camacho, videos
Marcos García, lighting

December  11th, 2021 at 4.00 pm.
Music by De Falla, Lindberg, Trigos and Villa-Lobos
Geraldo Neto, guitar

Manuel de Falla, Hommage “pour le tombeau de Debussy” (4’)
Magnus Lindberg, Mano a Mano (17’)
Heitor Villa-Lobos, Etude 5 (3’) /
I N T E R M I S I O N
Juan Trigos, Partita (23’)

June 19th, 2021 at 7.30 pm.
The Herbert And Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center, Miami, Florida
Pre-Concert talk at 7 pm.
Music by Catalina von Wrangell, Igor Stravinsky,
Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon and Federico Bonacossa
Performers:
Juan Trigos, conductor
Daniela D’Ingiullo, soprano
Dmytro Gnativ, flute
Laura Sherman, harp
Federico Bonacossa, guitar
Karli Viña, percussion
Misha Vitenson, violin