The quetzal is a climbing bird from Central and North America, with a tail as long as the body and with soft plumage (green and red, and yellowish beak and legs). It has the detail of a silky bow on the head.
This piece is inspired by these birds, it is a one hundred percent descriptive and programmatic work, and takes the quetzals as its central figure: beautiful, wonderful creatures and owners of a unique freedom, a feature that is visible in their flights.
The picture belongs to Adriana Patricia Canero
“Lo soñe”, tec. Lapiz color.
-Degree in Composition, Prof of Composition and Technique in Harmony and Counterpoint.
Her catalog includes works for solo instruments, chamber groups, symphonic orches with and without soloists, and works for a cappella mixed choir and with instrumental accompaniment. Since 2002, she has been a member of the SGAE (Spain). She has obtained the “Creation Stimulus Award” awarded by the SGAE Foundation on more than 10 occasions. She is a member of Argentine societies of composers: UNACOM and AAC, and the Red de Compositoras Latinoamericanas.
-Music and artistic director of the Rosario Ensemble, Center for Studies for the Diffusion of Contemporary Music, an organization that she founded in 1996.
-Integrant of different groups as violinist, violist and soprano
- the Orquesta del Ensamble Rosario (for the diffusion of contemporary music, with 25 years of activity)
- the Instrumentalia Group (Baroque group that she founded in 2006)
- the Chamber Orchestra of the Rosario University
- the String Camerata of the Municipality of Victoria, Entre Ríos
- the mixed chamber choir “Los Fulanos”