November 16th Festival Recital!

Mexican pianist and musicologist Cesar Reyes presents the annual edition of the Latin American Piano and Song Festival of NY.
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 This year in a tribute to German Diez, one of the most important piano pedagogues of the Americas.  This event will include the USA premier of "Ophiuco" by Alexis Aranda, one of the most distinguish mexican composers of our times.

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Del Salon al Danzon!

Cesar Reyes, joined by Michiyo Morikawa, will guide us through a two century history of the genre.

This program will feature the energy and passion of some of the most important piano works from Mexico.

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Celebrating Latin American composers:

Mario Lavista (70 years old)

Alfredo Diez-Nieto (95 years old)

Ernesto Lecuona (50 years of his dead)

MONCAYO at 100

A celebration of the centennial of the birth of José Pablo Moncayo
  "Mexico's most beloved composer of classical music"
First public performance of his complete piano works
Friday November 30th at 8:00pm
46 Barrow Street, Manhattan
Tickets $15, students $10.


Mosaico Mexicano

LACW Brooklyn Closing Event

The 4th Annual Latin American Piano and Song Festival
Cesar Reyes, Director and Founder

Piano Dances of Latin America and the Caribbean

Piano Dances from Puerto Rico, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Argentina, and Brazil.
 A musical journey to Latin American piano music
Wednesday November 9th at 8:00 pm

Tickets at the box office starting 15 min before the concert. For directions:
Greenwich House Music School
46 Barrow Street
Reception to follow

As part of the 6th Annual Latin American Cultural Week and with the support of the Mexican Cultural Institute of NY 

Cesar Reyes performing Mexican Piano Masterworks

Liszt and Latin America Piano Recital

After last year's successful debut at Carnegie Hall, Mexican Pianist Cesar Reyes returns to participate during Latin Media and Entertainment Week, and as a preview of the 6th Annual Latin American Cultural Week in New York, in recital, celebrating the Bicentennial of Franz Liszt and his influence on Latin American composers.

Mr. Reyes is presenting a musical journey of works by Ginastera, Villa-Lobos, Ponce, Moncayo and Liszt; inspired by legends, landscapes and love stories.

Greenwich House Music School
Thursday October 6, 2011
46 Barrow Street
8:00 pm
Admission $15, Students $10
Tickets at the door