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The 14th Chicago Latino Music Festival, Chicago’s only Latino-focused classical music festival and one of few in the U.S., proudly announces its complete performance schedule from October 3 – November 21, 2019, at multiple venues throughout Chicago, featuring local talent as well as internationally acclaimed artists. This annual festival showcases an expansive range of classical music and celebrates Spanish and Latin American composers, with works often inspired by their Afro-Cuban, tango, flamenco and other far-reaching roots.
During the opening concert on October 3rd, Daniel del Pino, one of Spain’s leading concert pianists on the international scene, will perform some of the most challenging works for piano, including Iberia by Spanish composer Isaac Albéniz (1905-1909), Danzas Españolas (Spanish Dances) by Enrique Granados’ (1809) and Rhapsodie Espagnole (Spanish Rhapsody) by Franz Liszt (1858).
This concert is sponsored by the Tourism Office of Spain in Chicago, the Consulate General of Spain and Instituto Cervantes.