🍹music for a chill Friday 🍹

Camarada Video of the Day O Canto Do Cisne Negro by Heitor Villa-Lobos Lars, Elena and Travis turning pages! “Villa-Lobos played with many local Brazilian street-music bands; he was also influenced by the cinema and Ernesto...

an oldie, but a goodie!

Camarada Video of the Day: Kylie by Peter Sprague This is one of the first of the Camarada YouTube video collection. Live performance @ Meyer Fine Art in Little Italy, San Diego November 5, 2011 Let me know if you were at this concert! I adore this piece and the story...

Folk music from Croatia – flute, violin, guitar!

Camarada Video of the Day Nobody’s Folklore: Folk Song N.2 by Lana Janjanin Beth, Bridget, Fred Dana found this piece for us – she is a mastermind in repertoire discovery! And this is part of the “fun”… in order to get the sheet music...

Milonga from Maria de Buenos Aires

Camarada Video of the Day Milonga de Maria by Astor Piazzolla arranged by Raul Jaurena Marga, Raul, Beth, Dave, Dana, Andres Ah – I have very fond memories of this night. This was the finale of our tango program @ The Conrad in La Jolla – February 27,...

Raul the TANGO Master ❤️

Camarada Video of the Day Adios Noninos by Astor Piazzolla arranged and performed by Raul Jaurena Exquisite in every way… Raul is the master – we are so fortunate to have him perform in San Diego. He is the real deal as a musician and human being. This...

What is Peter’s secret???

Camarada Video of the Day Idyllwild’s Secret by Peter Sprague Peter, Duncan, Beth, Fred, Gunnar During one of our outreach library concerts in North Clairemont, a very sweet audience member asked Peter what the secret was for this piece – and….he...

When we get to Friday – I am ready for some Jobim!

Camarada Video of the Day Waters of March by Jobim Beth, Holly, Mike, Rob, Tommy, Duncan, Bridget, Dave Kate, Pei-chun, Rebecca, Linda, Alex, Abe Some of the words… And the riverbanks talks. Of the waters of march. It’s the promise of life, It’s the...

Debussy Trio – a classic!

Camarada Video of the Day Beth Travis, Elena Debussy writes about this Sonata in a letter dated December 11, 1916: “The sound of it is not bad, though it is not for me to speak to you of the music. I could do so, however, without embarrassment for it is the...