Sunday, January 12, 2025, 7 p.m.

Simon Gollo, violin; Horacio Contreras, cello; Ana Maria Otamendi, piano

6:00 PM – Pre-concert talk by Christopher Costanza, Cellist of the St. Lawrence String Quartet, Artist in Residence, Lecturer, Stanford University

7:00 PM – Concert

9:00 PM – Celebrate with a complimentary glass of wine and dessert!

About the Reverón Trio

Founded in 2017, the Reverón Piano Trio has quickly established itself as one of the most important chamber music ensembles from Latin America. Its members share a true passion in the performance of works by Latin American composers whose main goal is to introduce audiences to their rich repertoire of contemporary and standard works. These seasoned artists, all Venezuelan but now residing in the U.S., are active promoters of Latin American music through their work as scholars and entrepreneurs, and they have devoted their careers to the discovery, cataloging, performance, editing, and recording of this repertoire along with commissioning new works. Recent collaborations include La Hamaca (2021) and El Ventilador (2022), written for the trio by Venezuelan-American composer Ricardo Lorenz, and the world premiere of Barroqueada (2020) by Grammy-nominated composer Miguel del Águila.

The Reverón Piano Trio appears in important festivals and concert halls including Festival Casals in Puerto Rico, the Festival A la Vela de la Alhambra, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., a residency at El Paso University, Latin American Music Initiative’s first conference, the Music Mountain Festival, Aruba Symphony Festival, Chamber Music Wilmington, the American Festival, the Beethoven Festival Park City, the Collaborative Piano Institute, and the Universidad de Los Andes in Bogotá. Additionally, the trio has been in residence at the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, University of Wisconsin, Dickinson College, Lawrence University, Louisiana State University, the Westfield Center for Historical Keyboard Studies, and the Collaborative Piano Institute. The Reverón Trio is named after Venezuelan painter and sculptor Armando Reverón (1889- 1954), one of the earliest modernists and considered one of the most important visual artists in Latin America.

Program

Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel: Piano Trio in D minor, Opus 11
Teresa Carreño (Venezuela): Little Waltz, “Mi Teresita”
Gabriela Lena Frank (Peru/USA): Four Folk Songs for Piano Trio (2010)
Ricardo Lorenz (Venezuela): La Hamaca (2022)
Astor Piazzola: Verano Porteño, arr. José Bragato

Tickets

Single tickets will go on sale August 15.

Ticket Pricing: $62 (adult), $60 (senior, 62+) and $30 (age 30 and under). To purchase tickets, call the Box Office at (650) 762-1130 or order online.

Venue Details

Music at Kohl Mansion, 2750 Adeline Drive, Burlingame, CA.

All programs subject to change.

PROGRAM

Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel
Piano Trio in D minor, Opus 11

Teresa Carreño (Venezuela)
Little Waltz, “Mi Teresita”

Gabriela Lena Frank (Peru/USA)
Four Folk Songs for Piano Trio

Ricardo Lorenz (Venezuela)
La Hamaca

Astor Piazzola
Verano Porteño, arr. José Bragato

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