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Latin is in the air

13 Aug 2015

Latin is in the air Image

By Kara Bertoncini

As part of the Melbourne Recital Centre’s Local Series, internationally-acclaimed baritone José Carbó will join award-winning classical guitar duo The Grigoryan Brothers for an evening of Latin music.

Carbó will take to the Elizabeth Murdoch Hall stage alongside Slava and Leonard Grigoryan to perform much-loved Latin-American songs from his 2012 album My Latin Heart.

The album shot straight to number one on the Limelight Classical Music Charts and was even nominated for an ARIA award for “Classical Record of the Year”.

With a familial connection to tango music, Carbó believes it was his destiny to produce this style of music.

“It is as if fate ordained that I sing as a baritone – so I could record grandpa’s tango one day,” he said.

The year-long festival presents a diverse range of chamber music featuring the best in local musicians.

My Latin Heart will take place on Thursday, August 27 and tickets are on sale now via the Melbourne Recital Centre website.

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