Fun Facts About Angélica & Changal

A list of cool things about this weekend's performers: Angélica Negrón & Chantal Balestri.

Fun Facts About Angélica & Changal

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Composer and multi-instrumentalist Angélica Negrón Angélica Negrón was recently selected by Flavorpill as one of the “10 Young Female Composers You Should Know”.

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Angélica is a founding member of the electro-acoustic pop outfit Balún where she sings and plays the accordion and violin.

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Angélica currently works as a teaching artist for New York Philharmonic’s Very Young Composers.

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Since age seven, Chantal Balestri has participated in several piano competitions, including the NYU Piano Concerto Competition.

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Chantal debuted as an orchestra soloist at age 13, and has performed at world-renowned, including Carnegie Hall.

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Chantal has given masterclasses and seminars at the Nashville Steinway Hall and the Conservatory of Music of Valdivia in Chile.

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Want more? Catch both Angélica Negrón and Chantal Balestri performing live, March 14th and 15th at the March is Music Series.

Saturday, March 14, 8PM

Celebrated Puerto Rican composer Angélica Negrón unites with the Bronx Arts Ensemble’s string quartet Saturday, March 14th, in a rich blend of electronics, strings and piano. Plus, vocalist and pianist Emily Manzo joins the stage with an original piece from her latest work.  GET YOUR TICKETS HERE!

Sunday, March 15, 3PM

Accomplished and versatile pianist Chantal Balestri joins us for free Bronx Piano Sundays. She has performed with the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra, the Garden State Symphony Orchestra, and the Symphony Orchestra of the Americas. FREE Bronx Piano Sundays – RSVP HERE!