Musical journey in Latin countries: from the soul of brazil at the fire dance | Julie Rozé

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Musical journey in Latin countries: from the soul of brazil at the fire dance | Julie Rozé

This concert program is a trip to Latin America, discovering sometimes overlooked classical composers. Coming from mixed populations, influenced by a double culture, these composers bring to classical music the warm and vibrant breath of their continent. These composers are Heitor Villa-Lobos, Ludovic Lamothe, Moïses Moleiro, Ernesto Lecuona… 

All active in the heart of the 20th century century, their music reflects human passions, the joy of party as much as the tragedy of life. 
From Brazil to Cuba, from Argentina to Venezuela, this recital offers some samples of this Latin syncretism between music tribal music, dancing rhythms and western classical music.
To complete this panorama, there will be a small foray into the side of the African Diaspora in the United States with a piece by the African-American composer, Florence Price.
Finally we will hear two Spanish pieces, like a another return to basics, by Isaac Albéniz and Manuel de Falla, which perfectly represent the Spanish musical spirit, very fashionable in Europe at the beginning of the 20th century.

Julie Rozé was born in Paris. She begins the piano and thedance at the age of seven at the conservatory of Boulogne-Billancourt (Paris region).
After studying history, a master's degree in european studies and various experiences professionals, she leaves two years in Haiti teaching the piano in a school music in Jacmel, in the as part of a voluntary international solidarity. At her return to France, she decides to devote himself to piano and teaching music.
Influenced by her stay in Haiti, she founded the duo “Bach to Kreyol”, with the percussionist Claude Saturne, who mixes Haitian rhythms with drums and classical piano. She holds the French state diploma of teacher of piano and teaches in various structures for ten years. Since 2020 she has been resuming studies at the Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles in the class of Yoko Kikuchi.

Ceres Lauwers is a cellist from Antwerp, currently studying in the Royal Conservatory of Brussels with Marie Hallynck. She has performed in a variety of projects and ensembles and is currently part of the recently founded Lilith Ensemble, the first and only contemporary chamber music ensemble to strive for 50/50 gender equality, playing music by female composers."

Date & Time
February 18, 2022
7:00 PM 8:00 PM Europe/Brussels

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