Eddy Marcano & Fabiola José, Violin & Voice
Thursday, 14 July 2016 7:30pm
Doors open at 7pm.
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As two of the principal exponents of Venezuelan music, singer Fabiola Jose and violinist Eddy Marcano will bring some of South America´s best music to Europe, in what promises to be a cultural encounter without precedence.
Fabiola Jose is capable of unifying different techniques and genres to create a unique style which has given her an enchanting range and versatility. Fabiola has shared the stage with accomplished performers of Venezuelan music and has also worked with the talented conductors Gustavo Dudamel and Rodolfo Saglinbeni. She has showcased her talent throughout Europe, South America, Africa and Middle East, and produced three successful albums.
To talk about Eddy Marcano is to talk about the rescue and development of popular music in Venezuela. Marcano reflects upon Venezuela’s musical history, transporting his country’s musical traditions to new frontiers. His music is the vital link between two distinct worlds: the academic and the popular.
Marcano is the first violinist of the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra and also one of the most revered orchestra directors in his native Venezuela. His work has helped to enrich the Latin-American violin repertoire, and his sound has travelled around the globe, breaking barriers and setting new standards in famous concert halls, such as New York’s Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, and the Smithsonian institute in Washington.
Thanks to his development as one of Latin America’s foremost musicians, Marcano became a member of the Music Department of UNESCO (United Nation Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization).
Eddy and Fabiola will combine their talents, instruments and personalities in an exciting tour around Europe. European audiences will be sure to revel in the diversity, versatility and quality of the Venezuelan music offered by both musicians.
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