Argentina-born pianist Estela Kersenbaum Olevsky will explain the differences in the development of piano music in Latin American countries and how the rhythms influenced composers in France and the U.S.A. Examples will include piano works by Ignacio Cervantes (Cuba), Ernesto Nazareth and Hector Villa Lobos (Brazil), Carlos Guastavino, Alberto Ginastera, and Astor Piazzolla (Argentina), Darius Milhaud (France), and William Bolcom (U.S.A.).
This will be the fourth Musical Potpourri presentation in a series of five by the Hampshire Music Club. There will be a brief Q & A, and refreshments will be served. The cost of this presentation is included in the series subscription. Admission at the door is $15, payable by cash or check.
The Hampshire Music Club is your classical music meeting place in the Pioneer Valley.