By Fundação Oscar Araripe
|A Piano at the Nightfall in Tiradentes|
In the Program:
Brazilian National hymn / Francisco Manuel Da Silva
Prelude to a Kiss / Duke Ellington
Giusto Ciel, in tal periglio / Gioacchino Rossini
White moon / Chiquinha Gonzaga
Carinhoso / Pixinguinha
Largo of the Sonata in mi minor / Benedetto Marcello
Who knows / Carlos Gomes
In some place / Claude Santoro
For all my life / Tom Jobim
Deh vieni, non tardar / Mozart
Lyric Space / Francisco Dos Santos Braga
Day 11 of April, Saturday, 2009 18 PM hours
Place: Gallery of the Oscar Araripe Foundation
Rua da Câmara 98 / Historical Center/Tiradentes/MG Telephone: 32 33551148
Rute Pardini, lyric soprano, possess solid academic formation, having studied in the Mozarteum College of São Paulo and gotten the bachelor's degree in the University of Brasilia. It had as guidance counselor Hildalea Gaidzakian in São Paulo, Suzana de Sanches Lacorazza in Argentina and Irene Bentley in Brasilia. Its extensive résumé of works carried through all over the Country includes many pieces of the classical and romantic repertoire, as well as is distinguished to have acted as Susanna in the opera The Mariage of Figaro by Mozart (2004) and as Frasquita in the opera Carmen by Bizet (2005), in the National Theater Claude Santoro in Brasilia. In 2007, she performed her part as Lyric Voice in the piece "Dream of Lady Macbeth", staged by the Director William Lopes in the square of the Museum of the Republic in Brasilia, with soundtrack by the composer Professor Conrado Silva and Janaína Sabino.
Francisco Dos Santos Braga, composer bachelor for the University of Brasilia and pianist, received precious classes in São João del Rei of pianists professors Mariete Guedes, Abgar Tirado and Merces Bini Couto. In São Paulo, he attended classes with teacher João de Souza Lima (piano) and Sergio Vasconcellos Correa (composition). In Brasilia, where already he had many executed parts of its authorship, he assist five editions of the International Courses of Summer, offered for the EMB-School of Music of Brasilia, in which he had contact with new techniques of composition given by Oscar Edelstein (Argentina), Christopher Bockmann (England), beyond the Brazilians Jorge Antunes and Gilberto Mendes.
Source: http://www.oafundacao.org.br/en/news/index published on April 1st, 2009.