Cuar­teto Lati­noamer­i­cano

Pasatiempo - - RANDOM ACTS -

Since it was formed in Mex­ico 34 years ago, the Cuar­teto Lati­noamer­i­cano has done more than any cham­ber en­sem­ble to cham­pion the mu­sic of Latin Amer­i­can com­posers on the in­ter­na­tional stage. The group has to its credit more than 50 record­ings, which add up to a seem­ingly ex­haus­tive li­brary of es­sen­tial and not-so-es­sen­tial quar­tet reper­toire from Mex­ico and points far­ther south. The Los Alamos Con­cert As­so­ci­a­tion presents the four­some at 4 p.m. on Sun­day, March 15, at Duane Smith Au­di­to­rium (Los Alamos High School, 1300 Di­a­mond Drive). The ban­do­neon player who was to have col­lab­o­rated in this pro­gram has with­drawn, and the pro­gram is ac­cord­ingly al­tered to in­clude three no­table quar­tets: Fran­cisco Mignone’s Quar­tet No. 2, Al­berto Gi­nastera’s Quar­tet No. 2, and Heitor Villa-Lo­bos’ Quar­tet No. 5. Tick­ets ($30) can be had through Tick­ets Santa Fe at the Lensic (505-988-1234; www.tick­ — James M. Keller

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