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Monday, November 12, 2012

Jackson Chamber Music Series Presents Cancoes and Lendas Brasileiras Saturday, November 17

 

Jose Lemos Marco Sartor Danny Mallon
Lemos Sartor Mallon
SALISBURY, MD---The sounds of Brazil continue at Salisbury University as the Peter and Judy Jackson Chamber Music Series presents Canções and Lendas Brasileiras 7 p.m. Saturday, November 17, in Holloway Hall Auditorium.

 

Comprised of countertenor José Lemos, guitarist Marco Sartor and percussionist Danny Mallon, the group presents an evening of music crafted exclusively for SU. The program includes classical selections Lendas Amazonicas and Suite Popular Brasileira.

Lemos, who has performed with the series as a member of the Baltimore Consort, has received critical acclaim at venues throughout North America and Europe, including Carnegie Hall, London’s Barbican Hall and Paris’ Thèatre de Champs Elysèe. His recorded works include a production of Lully’s Psyche, which was released on the German label CPO and nominated for a 2009 Grammy Award. The Boston Globe has lauded him as singing “with a big, colorful, sexy tone and almost recklessly brilliant coloratura.”

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Sartor has performed in North America and Europe, as well as his native South America. A voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, he is featured on Marc Regnier’s Grammy-nominated album Radamés Gnattali: Solo and Chamber Works for Guitar. His debut solo recording for Fleur de Son Classics, Red, was broadcast on National Public Radio. The Charleston, SC, Post and Courier has praised his “great heart … consummate skill … sparkling technique and cleanly executed embellishments.”

Mallon has recorded with musicians including Liza Minnelli and Maureen McGovern, and at venues including Alice Tully Hall, the Library of Congress and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As a member of the Charleston (SC) Pro Musica, he recorded two albums and toured the South of France, the latter filmed for a 2002 PBS documentary. As a freelance artist, his work has appeared in TV and film scores, as well as on radio programs nationwide.

Sponsored by the Office of Cultural Affairs, admission is free and the public is invited. For more information call 410-543-6271 or visit the SU Web site at www.salisbury.edu.



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