MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) presents “Musas: Uncovering Lost Piano Works by Latin American Women Composers” performed by Dr. Gabriela Calderón Cornejo in a free concert on Saturday, January 28 at 7:30 pm in Tateuchi Hall. Doors open at 7:00 pm.
“Musas: Uncovering Lost Piano Works by Latin American Women Composers” from Dr. Gabriela Calderón Cornejo is a piano solo recital with commentary on the album and anthology. Musas strives to uncover and highlight a collection of at-risk compositions by Latin American women born before 1950. Following the concert, Calderón Cornejo will hold a Q&A.
The evening’s program will include works from Carmen Barradas, Maria Mendoza de Baratta, Nelly Mele Lara and Aurora Román Casares.
Gabriela Calderón Cornejo, a native of Costa Rica, is a solo performer, chamber musician and collaborative pianist. Her work in rediscovering, adapting and promoting previous undigitized works by Latin American female composers has been featured at international conferences and concert series culminating in the release of her first studio album and anthology Musas. Gabriela Calderón Cornejo works as a faculty member at CSMA and serves as a board member for the Cayambis Institute for Latin American Studies in Music (CILASiM).
Learn more about Dr. Gabriel Calderón Cornejo on the Arts4All blog at https://arts4all.org/about/news-blog/gabriela-calderon-cornejo-celebrate-works-by-latin-american-women
Seating is first come, first served. No advanced tickets are available. Face masks are strongly recommended inside Tateuchi Hall. Performances in Tateuchi Hall are suitable for ages 7 and up. To ensure the best experience for all guests, children should be able to sit quietly during the performance (approx. one hour). Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, concert details are subject to change. Please go to arts4all.org for the latest information before attending.
This event is part of CSMA’s 2022-2023 Community Concert Series, generously supported by a grant from Applied Materials Foundation. In keeping with CSMA’s mission to provide Arts for All, Community Concerts are free and open to the public.