Selbyville, DE – Galician bagpipe master and classical pianist Cristina Pato has actually carried out with Yo-Yo Ma and played a number of the world’s many prestigious venues, including Carnegie Hall. On Friday, January 30, she brings the girl Migrations Band into the Owens Campus of Delaware Specialized Community university in Georgetown, Delaware as an element of their worldwide comprehension series. The 7 p.m. overall performance takes place in the Arts & Sciences Theatre.
Dedicated to Galician well-known and traditional songs, Pato hails from Galicia, Spain, a place greatly impacted by the Celts. Her job features led to shows at New York’s Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, plus India’s Kamani Auditorium, the Jerusalem Festival, Brazil’s Liszt Festival, Italy’s Etnofestival, Mexico’s Palacio de Bellas Artes and numerous venues in her indigenous Spain.
As a part of Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk path Ensemble, Pato has been filmed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville when it comes to upcoming documentary The noise of Silk. The New York Times has hailed the woman as “a virtuosic burst of power.” The Wall Street Journal features known as her “one regarding the living masters regarding the gaita.”
Sponsored by the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation and The Freeman Stage at Bayside, her overall performance is made possible by the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, with assistance from National Endowment for Arts. Admission is free, but tickets should-be reserved since room is restricted. To learn more about the overall performance and also to reserve passes, visit www.freemanstage.org