Melo Rubio Duet
Flauta y guitarra
General Admission | $450 MXN
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Masters Joaquín Melo and Manuel Rubio have a long history promoting the wonderful instrumental combination of flute and guitar through the different festivals that take place in Yucatán.
En este concierto podrás disfrutar de un amplio repertorio pasando por distintas épocas y estilos distintos, con obras como la Gran Duo Concertante op 85 Mauro Giuliani, Sicilienne de Maria Theresia von Paradis, Berceuse de Gabriel Fauré, hasta compositores como Astor Piazzolla o Celso Machado.
Gran Duo Concertante op 85
Andante molto sostenuto
Maria Theresia von Paradies
Pé de Moleque
Entrácte - Jacques Ibert
Is a violist, violinist, and composer from Las Vegas, NV. He began playing the viola at 10 years old and hasn’t put it down since. He later picked up the violin while in college studying music. While most professional classical musicians know from a young age that they want to pursue music as a career, it wasn’t until a chance trip to Carnegie Hall during his senior year of high school that he would decide to take music seriously. Since then he has practiced diligently every day (even to this day), and music has not only saved his life, but has shown him the world!
Rahmaan has toured the United States and internationally, as both a soloist and as a band member with various acts including Lady Gaga, Elvis Monroe and Jeff Mix and the Song Hearts, even ending up on the Grammy stage 2 times so far in his career. He has performed in over 20 countries, on 4 different continents. Some of the major acts that Rahmaan has had the honor to share the stage with include; Lady Gaga (2019-present), Imagine Dragons (2019-present), Chaka Khan, Gwen Stefani, Collie Buddz, Demi Lovato, Pablo Alboran, George Clinton, Parliament Funkadelic, Bush, Brett Young, Hillary Hahn, Danny Wright, David Osborne, Brian Newman, King Ibu, and many more.
As a solo artist, Rahmaan has had the privilege to perform for world diplomats and distinguished figures including; The Dalai Lama, Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Quincy Jones, the Prime Minister of Spain Pedro Sanchez, Tanaiste of Ireland Leo Varadkar, the Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki, President of Costa Rica Rodrigo Chaves Robles, President of The United Nations Foundation Elizabeth Cousins, CEO of Intel Patrick Gelsinger, Dallas Mavericks CEO Cynt Marshall, CEO of IBM Arvind Krishna, Ceo of Dell Michael Dell, and many more!
When Rahmaan performs with other artists, he has the ability to become a chameleon and adapt to any style, helping their music come to life. This has been a very strong asset for him and has afforded him many priceless opportunities. Being a musician from Las Vegas, you can’t expect to work and not play covers. Rahmaan began his professional career as a Vegas lounge act, playing solo violin covers and holding residencies in some of Las Vegas’ most popular properties, including; The Paris Hotel and Casino, The Cromwell, The Venetian, The Palazzo, Planet Hollywood, MGM, Mandalay Bay, New York New York Hotel and Casino, Bellagio, and more.
When not performing, Rahmaan is building his catalog as a composer. His focus is currently on small chamber works, mainly for solo viola and viola accompanied by other instruments, string quartet, and small ensemble works. He is really advocating for more “classical music” featuring the viola as a solo or primary instrument, and believes “If I don’t write it, it will never get written.” In the near future, he plans to write symphonic pieces and score music for television and movies.
Notable performances; World Economic Forum Solo performer for Intel in Davos Switzerland (2022), Grammys performer with Lady Gaga (2022), Tedx performer Da Nang Vietnam (2021), Lady Gaga Jazz and Piano Las Vegas residency violinist (2019-present), Imagine Dragons TRF Las Vegas gala VIP reception musical guest (2019-present), Performer for president Jimmy Carter’s 95th birthday celebration with pianist David Osborne (2017), Performer for the Parliament of World Religions with pianist Danny Wright (2016), Soloist with UNLV Jazz Ensemble featuring Ronnie Rose (2015), Soloist with UNLV Community Concert Band; debuting Richard Kashanski’s work “The Passion” (2014), Latin Grammys (2010), Solo instrumentalist with College of Southern Nevada Orchestra (2010), Principal Violist for University of Nevada Las Vegas Symphony and Chamber Orchestras (2010-2011)
Balada interior Casa Gemela
This tribute is formulated as a response to old provocations launched by Manuel de Falla to Federico García Lorca. His questions still resonate in the ears of everyone who investigates the origin of things and their possible transmutations, making this task the delight of exploration that leads them to the juicy challenge of resolving to do, think and dare to propose. , unequivocal signs of the experimental creator. The footsteps of these giants guide this scenic investigation that turns to mathematics as its guiding axis for the coexistence of the arts involved in these 12 micro-scenes.
In this self-imposed assignment, the creators follow in the footsteps of Lorca who in turn follows in the footsteps of Falla. The work and complicity of both teachers serves as a starting point for these explorations.
Come and enjoy this incredible staging from the front row.