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History of Tango - Chamber Music Athens Opening Concert

History of Tango
Ramsey Concert Hall in the UGA Performing Arts Center
Chamber Music Athens

CMA opens its third season with a celebration of the rich international history of tango including fiery and colorful chamber works by Luigi Boccherini and Manuel De Falla as well as original compositions by our special guest JP Jofre, bandoneon (Argentina), performing his double-concertos for violin and bandoneon and clarinet and bandoneon with the CMA Chamber Orchestra. Violinist Itamar Zorman, winner of the 2011 Tchaikovsky International Competition, joins Jofre, UGA faculty and students throughout the concert. 

World area: South America,  Southern Europe

Juan Pablo Jofre Romarion, bandoneon 
Itamar Zorman, violin

Michael Heald, violin
Maggie Snyder, viola
David Starkweather, cello
Milton Masciadri, bass
Alan Woo, piano
D. Ray McClellan, clarinet
Mark Cedel, conductor

CMA Festival Orchestra
Alexis Boylan, violin
Camden Briggs, percussion
Alvaro Henrique, guitar
Bailey Hume, clarinet
Bryan Johnson, viola
Thomas LaMon, cello
Daniel Phipps, saxophone
Daniel Pina, bass
Patrick Sorah, percussion
Andre Araujo de Souza, violin
Nicholas Han, conductor

Ramsey Concert Hall
UGA Performing Arts Center
230 River Road, Athens, GA, 30602

Tickets: $30 - Adults; $5 for students with valid UGA ID; Free for children 6-18.

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