It’s the fourteenth season of the famed Metro Chamber Orchestra which was started in 2002 by Philip Nuzzo, artistic director who has showcased the best freelance artists in New York City.
As the only professional performing chamber orchestra that performs in Brooklyn, this borough gets to view veterans from the New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera, as well as various major Broadway musicals.
The site will be the Brooklyn Music School Playhouse at 126 St. Felix Street in Brooklyn, the theme is its “Fiesta Latina” which will be a celebration of New York Latino History Month. The show will be headlined by American guitar virtuoso Nilko Andreas Guarin who teams with Maestro Nuzzo presenting Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez. As Backstage, New York described his style.
“Guarin plays with a casual charisma and spontaneity that grows irresistible.”
There will also be a historical first from famous Colombian composer Francisco Zumarque, who will pour in Latino power and passion in the form of a dance suite through a world premiere new work commissioned by the Metro Chamber Orchestra.
In addition the music of Gimenez and Marquez will also enliven the program this upcoming Saturday, September 24th, at 8pm.