“The result is a major e-cello concerto—for electric cello, orchestra, and special effects—that could easily create demand for a second. (Perhaps Chapela could be persuaded to write a concerto for a conventional cello.) It’s rich in jazz, rock, and Latin-American influences, and quotations, that are seamlessly integrated over a large, solid—but barely perceivable—under structure (assuring continuity). For 25 minutes, Chapela charts a riveting narrative of sounds that create their own reality of love, excitement, and drama […] The crowd roared.”

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