SIMÓN GOLLO, violin
HORACIO CONTRERAS, cello
ANA MARÍA OTAMENDI, piano
Heitor Villa-Lobos: Piano Trio No. 1
Gabriela Lena Franck: TBD
The Music Institute shines a spotlight on classical music by Latin-American composers with the return of the Reverón Trio, which co-curates the Music Institute’s Latin-American programs. This trio of virtuoso musicians, originally from Venezuela, has emerged as the foremost advocates for the music of Latin-American composers through their performances, research, and composer commissions.
Named after Venezuelan artist Armando Reverón, one of the earliest American modernists, the Reverón Trio has held residencies with
University of Wisconsin, Dickinson College, Lawrence University, Louisiana State University, and the Aruba Symphony Festival, and has given many recitals, lectures, and masterclasses across the United States and Aruba. Upcoming projects include their first audio recording produced and distributed globally by IBS Classical, a concert tour in Spain, a concert at the Latin American Music Institute First International Conference, and as well as residencies at the University of Michigan and various other universities in the U.S. and abroad.