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Alexandre da Costa & Wonny Song

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

The critics rave about Alexandre Da Costa’s impeccable technique, evident passion for music, energy, and exceptional musicality. Portuguese-Canadian Costa now plays the 1727 "Di Barbaro" Stradivarius and a Sartory bow, courtesy of Canimex.

Wonny Song was praised by Washington Post as “a versatile, intelligent, and profoundly musical young pianist.” Now in his early 30s, this Korean-born Canadian prodigy is well on the way to a promising international career. 

Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Norman Rothstein Theatre, 950 W 41st Avenue
Vancouver Jewish Community Centre

a Mirateca Arts / Portuguese Centre presentation supported by the Consulate General of Portugal in Vancouver, the Embassy of Portugal in Canada and Instituto Camões.


Luiz de Freitas Branco
Sonatina for Piano solo
Caprice for Violin solo
Andante for Violin and Piano

Ludwig Van Beethoven
Sonata no.5 (Spring) for Violin and Piano
Adagio molto espressivo
Scherzo: Allegro molto
Rondo: Allegro ma non troppo

Johannes Brahms
Sonata no.1 for Violin and Piano
Vivace, ma non troppo
Allegro molto moderato
Alexandre Da Costa’s World Premiere recording of Freitas Branco’s Concerto for Violin is awarded Best Classical Album of the Year in Canada.


LUSITANIA publication

Embassy of Portugal in Canada

Consulate General of Portugal in Vancouver

Santander Totta

Instituto de Camões
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