The Search for an American Sound

  • Mon, September 19, 2022
  • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Online

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Aaron Copland’s most popular pieces were perceived as unmistakably American, but other local composers before him incorporated spirituals, blues and dance music in symphonic forms. Classical music composers, as well as Broadway and Hollywood ones, from different origins and ethnicities worked for three decades to create a sound that has been identified with the natural and the urban landscapes of this country. George Gershwin, Florence Price, and Elmer Bernstein, among others, succeeded in incorporating local folk elements into their best works and left a musical legacy of some famous pieces and many that still deserve being rediscovered. Fantastic composers and performers today transforming and enhancing American music - ZOOM with Emanuel and learn how!

Emanuel Abramovits is a mechanical engineer with an MBA. He has been a concert promoter since 2000, directly involved in many concerts in South America and the US by international artists, like Itzhak Perlman, Gustavo Dudamel, Sarah Brightman, Journey, Kenny G and many more. He designed and staged many original orchestral events, including an Event of the Year winner. In addition, he served as the Cultural Director at UNION ISRAELITA DE CARACAS from 2008 to 2019, releasing books, organizing film cycles, concerts and art exhibits.

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