Osesp MASP 2019

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MASP and Osesp resume, as of August 7th, the Osesp MASP concert series, which combines art and music on the stage of the MASP Auditorium. The aim of the project is to establish dialogues between the two artistic forms, relating aesthetic and historical similarities of both. Each presentation is commented by a guest expert, who makes connections between the works of art in the MASP collection and temporary exhibitions with the musical compositions.

This year's program, on display until December 4, has five presentations. Started in 2015, the series returns in 2019 to put musical pieces and works of art in contact. The project takes place once a month, starting at 8 pm. Tickets cost R$ 50 (full) and R$ 25 (half) and are available at the museum's ticket office (Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 5:30pm) or on the website www.masp.org.br


August 7th 
Johann S. Bach, The Art of Fugue: Excerpts (#1, 2, and 9)
Anton Webern, Langsamer Satz
Béla Bártok, String Quartet No.
Speaker: Jorge de Almeida, PhD in Philosophy from USP (2000), teaches at
university since 2001, in the Department of Literary Theory and Comparative Literature

September 4th
Gioachino Rossini, The Barber of Seville: Overture
Nino Rota, Little Musical Offering
Marlos Nobre, Wind Quintet
Jean Françaix, Quintet no 1

october 2nd 
Francisco Mignone, Trio No 1 for Flute, Cello and Piano
Heitor Villa-Lobos, Bachianas Brasileiras No 5: Ária [version for cello and piano by
William Primrose]
Heitor Villa-Lobos, The Song of the Black Swan [vlc. and piano]
Claudio Santoro, 4 Preludes for Piano Solo
Radamás Gnattali, Sonatina for Flute and Piano
Francisco Mignone, Trio no 2 for flute, cello and piano
Speaker: Paulo de Tarso Salles, postdoctoral fellow in music at the University of California
Riverside (2014) and professor at the Department of Music at ECA/USP, where he has worked since

November 13
Wolfgang A. Mozart, String Quartet No. 19, K 465 – Dissonances
Aleksandr Borodin, String Quartet No 2

December 4th
Hildegard Von Bingen, Antiphons 1 and 2
Roxanna Panufnik, Kyrie After Byrd
Arrigo Barnabas, Mass (excerpts)
Arvo Part, Da Pace Domine
Benjamin Britten, Hymn to Saint Cecilia
Heitor Villa-Lobos, Bachianas no 9


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