Andrés Martin's Unstoppable

6/3/2021; 40 minutes

As a highlight of their 2020-2021 Season, Camarada presents the world premiere of a newly-commissioned work by Tijuana-based bassist and composer Andrés Martin. Unstoppable is a work in four movements for flute, violin, and double bass that reflects its creator's multiculturalism. In conversation with Rafael Fernández de Castro, Director of UC San Diego's Center for US-Mexican Studies, and Beth Ross Buckley, Co-Artistic Director of Camarada, Martin discusses Unstoppable's genesis and structure, and reflects upon his cross border projects and his work with Camarada. Recorded on 03/28/2021. (#36890)

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