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Another program of works for cello and piano by Latin-American composers

Works by Guastavino, Florencia, Vicente, and more

November 3-6, 2022

Cellist Diego Carneiro from Ecuador returns for another thrilling program of works for cello and piano by some lesser known Latin-American composers.  Maestro Carneiro brings a wealth of music from countries like Guatemala,  Bolivia, Ecuador, and Venezuela that are rarely performed in the United States.  Carneiro has performed around the world and has been named as a Minister of Tourism for Ecuador for his efforts to bring that country’s music to the world.  He is also the founder of a Youth Orchestra there that brings in Venezuelan refugees to perform and often goes into refugee camps to play and bring hope through music.  You won’t want to miss these exciting concerts!

We are also excited to continue our wonderful collaboration with the Peabody Prep Dept and to introduce some of their incredible young students on our concerts.  At each AmiciMusic concert in the Baltimore area, one youngster will play a short piece to showcase the fantastic young talent in this city.  For this program, we will have Zoe Lilly (13 year old cellist) on November 3, Alexander Yang (12 year old cellist) on November 4 and Rebekah Geller (18 year old violinist) on November 5.  Join us at either of the threew different venues below



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Thursday, Nov 03, 2022 @ 7:30pm

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
7401 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 212108

Join us as we continue our free “Music and Meaning” series in the Dalsheimer Auditorium at the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.  This series is made possible with a generous donation from the Peggy and Yale Gordon Trust.  Reservations are not required to attend this concert.

Our Peabody Preparatory student will be 13 year-old cellist Zoe Lilly, who will perform two movements from a Bach Cello Suite

You must be vaccinated to attend this concert

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Friday, Nov 04, 2022 @ 7:30pm

Church of the Redeemer
5603 N Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210

We return to the wonderful Church of the Redeemer near the intersection of Northern Parkway and Charles St with its beautiful stained glass backdrop and spacious interior perfect for spreading out in our new post-Covid world.  It still maintains an intimate and welcoming atmosphere.  Admission is by donation, which you can do at the door.  If you want to donate in advance, you can click on the button below—suggested admission is $20 for general admission, $15 for Church members, and free for all children 18 and under.  Click on the arrow below to get the Church member price.  Once you click the yellow “Add to Cart” button, you can buy multiple seats on the next screen.  All major credit cards are accepted and you do not need to be a PayPal member.  You can also call Dan Weiser at 802-369-0856 to purchase seats.

Our Peabody Prep student will be 12 year-old cellist Alexander Yang, who will perform the last mvt of the CPE Bach Concerto

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Saturday, Nov 05, 2022 @ 2:00pm

Home of Daniel and Kisha Weiser
208 Northway, Baltimore

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.

Our Peabody Prep student will be 18 year-old violinist Rebekah Geller, who will perform the first mvt of the Mendelssohn Concerto

You must be vaccinated to attend this concert