The art and popular songs from Spain, Mexico, and Nicaragua, included in this program reflect the stages of a woman’s life touched by manifestations of different kinds of love, romantic love-its joys and torments, sexual love, marriage, and motherhood. This program will also include love songs in French, Italian and German.
Georgina Gatto, soprano & Aquiles Morales, piano
GEORGINA GATTO, a luminescent, beautiful, and wonderfully talented singer with an elegant and dramatic stage presence, is known for her extraordinary breadth of musical repertoire and composers, ranging from classical to contemporary, from European to American, from bel canto to Broadway. Currently, Georgina, resides in the Cayman Islands with her husband Dr. Howard Deosaran, founder and medical director of Trincay Medical Centre and Urgent Care, and their children Lili, the twins Blaise and Chloe, and Christian. At the same time, she continues to perform in recitals in the United States and in Europe, accompanied by Ms. Judith Gabos of Eger, Hungary.
The concert is free and open to the public. Reception to follow.
Sponsored by: Department of Modern Literatures and Languages Speaker Series Committee, The Baker Nord Center for the Humanities, Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, Women’s and Gender Studies, and the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women. Hosted by: Department of Music.
7:30 p.m. | Friday, April 21, 2017
Amor, Solo Amor
Georgina Gatto, soprano (Cayman Islands) & Aquiles Morales, piano (Mexico City)
Case Western Reserve University
Harkness Chapel (11200 Bellflower Road)