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01Saturday Classics20131109Kathryn Stott presents music by Ginastera, Villa-Lobos, Revueltas, Piazzolla and Golijov.
Pianist Kathryn Stott presents the first of two programmes focusing on music and musicians from South America, including pieces by Ginastera, Villa-Lobos, Revueltas, Piazzolla, Golijov, Copland and Gottschalk alongside performances by tango legend Carlos Gardel, Argentinian pianists Martha Argerich, Daniel Barenboim and Nelson Goerner, folk singer Mercedes Sosa, and legendary bandoneon player Astor Piazzolla.
01Saturday Classics2013110920160220 (R3)Pianist Kathryn Stott presents the first of two programmes focusing on music and musicians from South America, including pieces by Ginastera, Villa-Lobos, Revueltas, Piazzolla, Golijov, Copland and Gottschalk alongside performances by tango legend Carlos Gardel, Argentinian pianists Martha Argerich, Daniel Barenboim and Nelson Goerner, folk singer Mercedes Sosa, and legendary bandoneon player Astor Piazzolla.
02Saturday Classics2013111620160227 (R3)Pianist Kathryn Stott presents the second of two programmes looking at musicians from, and music inspired by Latin America. The programme includes Cuban pieces by Gershwin, Lecuona and Leo Brouwer, Baroque music from Bolivia and Milhaud's Brazilian-inspired "Le Boeuf sur le Toit", alongside performances by the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra and three incredible pianists: the Cuban Jorge Bolet, Chilean Claudio Arrau and Venezuelan Gabriela Montero.
02 LASTSaturday Classics20131116Pianist Kathryn Stott presents the second of two programmes looking at musicians from, and music inspired by Latin America. The programme includes Cuban pieces by Gershwin, Lecuona and Leo Brouwer, Baroque music from Bolivia and Milhaud's Brazilian-inspired "Le Boeuf sur le Toit", alongside performances by the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra and three incredible pianists: the Cuban Jorge Bolet, Chilean Claudio Arrau and Venezuelan Gabriela Montero.
Kathryn Stott presents music by Brouwer, Lecuona, Gershwin and Milhaud.

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