The Association of Dominican Classical Artists Gala Concert “Una Noche Impresionista”


On Thursday, October 15, 2015, at 7:00pm, the Aaron Davis Hall, Marian Anderson Theater will host a gala concert featuring Dominican clarinetist Jorge García D’ Leon, harpist Adán Vásquez, and special guest pianist Milton Fernández, under the conduction of Carlos Andrés Mejía Zuluaga.

The concert will offer such pieces as Chanson dans la nuit, arranged for harp, flute, clarinet and string quartet by Carlos Salzedo; Voyage au pays du tendre, by Gabriel Pierne; Concerto for Clarinet, by Aaron Copland; Danse sacrée et profane, by Claude Debussy; and Concerto for Piano, String, and Orchestra, by Henryk Gorecki.

This concert is the first in a series aimed to celebrate the tradition of annual concerts by the Association of Dominican Classical Artists initiated in 1980, with the participation of Dominican and other Latino soloists, and orchestral accompaniment playing classical music, in this occasion impressionist music.

The Association of Dominican Classical Artists, Inc. (ADCA) was founded in 1980 by musicians and composers of Dominican descent living and working in New York City. ADCA has as its mission to foster appreciation for the classic and folkloric music of the Dominican Republic or created by composers of Dominican and Latin American descent living in the United States, and to create performance spaces for its artists. We accomplish our mission by presenting concerts and educational programs free of charge for the community.

The Association of Dominican Classical Artists, Inc. (ADCA) brings live performances of classical music to the communities of Northern Manhattan. ADCA offers a series of chamber music concerts at the Aaron Davis Hall, City College of New York, with the purpose of fostering appreciation of Dominican and Latino art and music by bringing educational and live performances to communities with little or no access to both.

For more information, you may call José Martínez at (512) 920-2322 or via email at You may also visit

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