Music of Spain: A Performance by the MAYA Trio

28 April 2011: The Foundation for Iberian Music and the Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Foundation present a concert of the diverse musical traditions of Spain performed by the MAYA Trio featuring guest artist Cristina Pato.  Formed in 2005, the MAYA Trio is a rhythmically driven combination of flute, harp, and percussion.  Under the direction of Sato Moughalian, the MAYA Trio seeks to perform and showcase the diverse music from various cultures around the world.

Music of Spain

Thursday, April 28, 2010 8 PM

Judson Memorial Church
55 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012


John Hadfield, Percussion

Bridget Kibbey, Harp

Sato Moughalian, Flutes

Guest Artists

Cristina Pato, gaita (Galician bagpipe)

Shane Shanahan, percussion


Lamento                    trad. Galician
Cristina Pato, bagpipes

Asklepios                    Gabriel Erkoreka (b. 1969 Bilbao)
Commissioned for MAYA by the Spanish Ministry of Culture

Puncha, puncha la rosa huela    trad. Sephardic  arr. Erik Friedlander

WORLD PREMIERE            Eneko Vadillo (b. 1973 Málaga)
Commissioned for MAYA by the Spanish Ministry of Culture
For Danièle

El Cant dels Ocells            trad. Catalan  arr. Pau Casals/MAYA

WORLD PREMIERE            Joan Valent (b. 1964 Palma de Mallorca)
Sato Moughalian, flute & Bridget Kibbey, harp

Bulería                    trad. Andalucian
For Danièle
John Hadfield, cajon

Afrika                    trad. Galician
Panxolino                trad. Galician

The concert is in memory of Danièle Doctorow, Maya’s great friend and inspiration, passionate advisor and board member, lover of the arts and of life.