AmiciMusic is a chamber music organization based in Asheville, NC and Baltimore, MD, dedicated to performing the highest quality chamber music in intimate venues and non-traditional spaces. We are committed to breaking down barriers between performers and audiences by setting up a more relaxed and informal atmosphere at concerts and through informative talks about each composer’s life before each piece is played.
Exciting music from Latin America including works by
Villa-Lobos, Guastavino, Ponce, Piazzolla, and more
April 12-19, 2022
Brazilian cellist Diego Carneiro makes his AmiciMusic debut in this terrific program that takes us on a journey around Latin America with some neglected works by Heitor Villa-Lobos (Brazil), Manuel Ponce (Mexico), Eduardo Florencia (Ecuador), Astor Piazzolla (Argentina), and more. Carneiro currently lives in Ecuador where he has started an amazing orchestra made up mostly of student refugees from Venezuela. He also brings his music into refugee camps and impoverished areas of Latin America. His student orchestra has received money from the United Nations and numerous other good-will organizations around the world. We are excited to introduce him to Baltimore audiences and hope you will learn more about his incredible story as a musical ambassador. Below is a video of Maestro Carneiro conducting his wonderful student orchestra. Enjoy!
Join us again in person in the Sanctuary at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation for this free concert on our “Music and Meaning” Series made possible with a generous grant from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.
As part of our new collaboration with the Peabody Preparatory Department, there will also be a special performance by 11 year-old cellist Alex Yang playing Paganini’s “Moses” Variations on One String.
Another great program in our wonderful Guilford home, where AmiciMusic was born in Baltimore. Experience chamber music the way it was meant to be heard—in a true and intimate chamber. Food and wine are included in the 35$pp price! Purchase your seats below with any major credit card. You can buy multiple seats once you click the yellow “Add to Cart” button. You can also call Dan at 802-369-0856 to purchase seats over the phone.
As part of our new collaboration with the Peabody Preparatory Department, there will also be a special performance by 9 year-old cellist Thomas Menezes playing two movements from a Bach Suite.
You must be vaccinated to attend this concert
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This concert is the second in our new concert series at the Church of the Redeemer entitled “Hidden Voices and Neglected Names” that will also include a program on Friday, May 6 at 7:30pm (“Iron Maidens”) and on Sunday, May 22 at 1:00 (“Black Brilliance”).
These concerts will all be a suggested donation of $20 for general audience or $15 for Church members. All children 18 and under are free. You can donate at the door or you can make a donation in advance by clicking on the link below. To make a donation for multiple seats, just click on the yellow “Add to Cart” button and you can get as many seats as you want on the next page. All major credit cards are welcome—you do not need to have a PayPal account. If you prefer to donate over the phone, please call Dan at 802-369-0856
As part of our new collaboration with the Peabody Preparatory Department, there will also be a special performance by 13 year-old cellist Liana Kai playing the first movement of the Elgar Cello Concerto.
You must be vaccinated to attend this concert!
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