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SUGAR, CINNAMON & TANGO5€
he Alameda Choir offers its particular vision of the music of the American continent, from the Brazilian Brazilian samba to the Argentine tango of Astor Piazzola, through the Cuban chan chan and the music of Bob Marley. And many more surprises …
– Berimbau (V. de Moraes, arr. Arlindo Teixeira)
– What a wonderful World (B. Thiele and G.D.Weiss; arr. R.S.Mombiedro)
– Redemption song (Bob Marley; arr. Mc Huff)
– And So It Goes (Billy Joel, arr. Bob Chilcott)
– Chan Chan (Compay Segundo; arr. Francisco Repilado)
– California dreamin ‘(John Philips; arr. Kirby Shaw)
– Oblivion (Astor Piazzola)
– Alfonsina and the sea (A. Ramírez; arr. Josep Gustems)
– Summer porteño (Astor Piazzola)
– Ballad for my death (Astor Piazzola)
– Libertango (Astor Piazzola)
The Alameda Choir emerged in 2007 as the result of the enthusiasm of a group of choralists, coming from different Valencian groups, eager to perform a different repertoire in the choral scene of our city. The high degree of commitment of its members together with the musical curiosity, have allowed the Alameda Choir to go during these years for such peculiar styles as contemporary sacred music, jazz, gospel, world music and even classical film musicals. As part of our musical training, we have conducted workshops with great artists such as Toni Belenguer, Celia Mur, Erin Corine, Elia Casanova and Juanfran Ballesteros. Some of our most recent performances include: The 4 motets for Christmas time by Francis Poulenc, A Little jazz mass by Bob Chilcott, the 5 Hebrew love songs by Eric Whitacre, the suggestive experimental piece Immortal Bach by the Norwegian Knut Nystedt, and some tangos by the Argentine composer Astor Piazzola.
Music genre: Folk and pop of the s. XX
Formation: Coro Alameda, Victoriano Goterris (piano) and Sergi Bosch (director)
* Limited seats.