September 12, 2012
Jovino Santos Neto, Music Faculty, Performs Around the Region
: Jovino Santos Neto. Photo by Michelle Smith-Lewis.
Cornish Music faculty member Jovino Santo Neto performs across the region during September.
On Saturday, September 15 he appears at the Whittier Theater in Friday Harbor, San Juan Island in For the Soul, a duo concert with Estonian bassoon virtuoso Martin Kuuskmann, presenting music from Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, as well as from Brazilian masters Antonio Carlos Jobim, Hermeto Pascoal and Jovino Santos Neto himself.
Friday, September 21 the Jovino Santos Neto Trio with Tim Carey (bass) and Jeff Busch (drums/percussion) performs at Vito’s in Seattle (21+ show.)
The Jovino Santos Neto/Chuck Deardorf Duo performs Saturday, September 23 at Lopez Center for Community and the Arts on Lopez Island, For this special concert they will focus on new music as well as some unknown gems from Brazilian composers. Admission by donation.
Finally, on Sunday, September 23 at 4 pm at Volunteer Park in Seattle is the Seattle premiere of Jovino’s orchestral piece, All Nations, composed for the 10th anniversary of the All Nations Soccer Cup and sponsored by 4Culture. He recently wrote this piece for a 20-piece orchestra (strings, woodwinds, brass and rhythm section), which will feature some of Seattle’s best musicians, including Hans Teuber, Tom Varner, Beth Fleenor, Samantha Boshnack, Paul Taub, Tim Carey, Mark Ivester, Chris Spencer and many more. This outdoor event is free and open to all.
Learn more about Jovino Santos Neto on his Facebook fan page.
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