“Tango for Toys” A Concert Benefitting Texas Children’s Hopsital

    WATCH ALL THE VIDEO INTERVIEWS BELOW!!!!!
Duo Scordatura & Friends is happy to present ” Tango for Toys”
This concert is to benefit Texas Children’s hospital in a toy drive designed by Artistic Director, Nicholas Leh Baker

Program includes:

Piazzolla: Tango Etudes for Solo Violin
Piazzolla: le Grande Tango
Tangos for Violin and Bass, Arr. Baker/Steves
Tango Songs from Broadway, vocal; Sarah Welch
Benson: Takes Five to Tango (World Premiere)
Piazzolla: 4 Seasons for violin, viola, bass, & piano
Benson: Toy Tango ( World Premiere)

**** 2 Raffles for tango Lesson with our Special Guest “Friends of Tango”

Concert is April 30th 2011, 7:30pm

St. Andrews Presbyterian Church of Houston

Thank you to our Concert Sponsors:

St.Andrew’s Church
Lisle Violin Shop
Friends Of Tango
Texas Children’s Hopital

Artistic Director, Nicholas Leh Baker was interviewed by the Argentine Tango Club

Composer, Jack Benson Speaks about the 2 commissioned tango works on the “Tango for Toys” Concert

Interview Video with Friends of Tango, special guest on the concert

 

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About Scordatura Music Society

Duo Scordatura is particularly interested in performing rare and innovative music, but realizes that this repertoire can often be difficult to understand. To help patrons better understand and enjoy the music they are hearing, the duo not only performs but also educates the audience about the unusual pieces on each program. Among the ways they accomplish this are pre-concert lectures, interactive talkbacks, and short introductory speeches specific to each piece. Aside from the concert series, Duo Scordatura is involved in many other projects at wildly differing venues. These include performances at art gallerys, informal club settings, and educational programs across the city. Not content to remain Houston-bound, the duo is also currently planning events in cities across the United States.

Posted on April 18, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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