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Houston’s boldest chamber ensemble partners with local and national guests for an innovative, multidisciplinary program celebrating our city’s multicultural diversity. LATIN BEATS explores the breathtaking music of Brazil, Cuba, Venezuela and the Andes through new music, dance and fine art. Guests include dancers from Houston Ballet and Houston Contemporary Dance Company, Venezuelan virtuoso violinist Eddy Marcano and pianist Baden Goyo, and Spanish-born percussionist Jesús Pacheco. Music by Leo Brouwer, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Javier Farias, Aldemaro Romero, Arthur Gottschalk and more!
A newly commissioned canvas by Brazilian-born artist Tony Paraná provides a stunning backdrop to this multicultural program.
“Apollo’s blend of old and new music is out of this world.” —TEXAS STANDARD
Houston TX based Apollo Chamber Players “performs with rhythmic flair and virtuosity” (The Strad) and has “found fruitful territory” (Houston Chronicle) through innovative, globally- inspired programming and multicultural new music commissions. Recent winner of Chamber Music America’s prestigious Residency Partnership award, the quartet has performed for sold-out audiences at Carnegie Hall twice in the past five years, and it holds the distinction of being the first American chamber ensemble to record and perform in Cuba since the embargo relaxation. Apollo is featured frequently on American Public Media’s nationally-syndicated program Performance Today.
Apollo Chamber Players
Matthew J. Detrick and Anabel Ramirez Detrick, violins
Whitney Bullock, viola
Matthew Dudzik, cello
Marlana Doyle, choreograpy
Karina Gonzalez, Houston Ballet
Monica Gomez, Houston Ballet
Estheysis Menendez, Houston Ballet
Jesus Acosta, Houston Contemporary Dance Company
Dwain Travis, Houston Contemporary Dance Company
Jesús Pacheco, percussion
Eddy Marcano, violin
Baden Goyo, piano
Javier Farias, guitar
Tony Paraná, canvas artist
All performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are FREE!
Now you can get your Miller tickets online and on your smart phone! Limit 4 per person. Seating will be socially distanced.
Masks are strongly encouraged for all attendees.
No tickets are necessary for the Hill! The Hill will be sectioned into pods with a maximum of 10 adults per pod.
For more information on tickets and seating click here.
We thank you for your cooperation.
The show goes on rain or shine.
All performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are funded in part by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.