Duo Caramba returns to OCL for concert


Duo Caramba!, who performs regularly in the New York area, will return to Ocean County Library this week.

Flutist Carla Auld and guitarist Ana Maria Rosado will perform Thursday May 2 at the Stafford branch, 129 N. Main St. and Thursday May 9 at the Brick branch, 301 Chambers Bridge Rd. Both concerts begin at 7 p.m.

Duo Caramba! will explore the contrast between Baroque grandeur and modern inventiveness in music by German master J. S. Bach and Puerto Rican avant-garde composer Roberto Sierra. They will also perform pieces by Spanish Romantic Enrique Granados and contemporary stars Eduardo Martin from Cuba and Maximo Diego Pujol from Argentina.

Auld is a soloist and chamber musician who actively promotes the performance and recording of new classical and cross-over music by New York area and international composers. She is a founding member of the ensemble UpTown Flutes, winners of the Artist International Chamber Music Award.

Rosado, an Assistant Professor of Music and Coordinator of Guitar Studies at the New Jersey City University, has performed extensively in the United States, the Far East, and Latin America as Artistic Ambassador for the USIA. Her critically acclaimed debut CD “We’ve Got (Poly) Rhythm” was released on the Albany Records label. An independently produced CD, “Salsa and other beats” was released in 2010. Both recordings focus on new music from Latin American composers. 

The concerts are free and open to the public. Telephone the Stafford branch (609) 597-3381 or the Brick branch (732) 477-4513 for updated information.


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