García’s music speaks deeply, and its strength is that it can say so much in such relatively short spaces of time […]
> Colin Clarke, Toccata Classics
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Sat26Jun20215:00 pmVirtual link here https://my.demio.com/ref/72DbK2VlJqMmKlbU
My work, recuerdos de otra musica para piano (remembrances of another music for piano), is being performed by pianist Emily Nourishirazi as part of concert being presented by Kaleidoscope Mus Art in memory of composer and pedagogue Dennis Kam. Dennis was an important mentor during my graduate studies at the University of Miami and I am looking forward to the concert and the virtual discussion and recollections afterwards. More here.
Fri23Jul202117:30 Pacific TimeVirtual - see link below
Flutist Diane Grubbe performs cuando el mar besa al malecon as part of her Shenson Faculty Concert Series performance taking place virtually on July 23. More information here
Through 200 works composed for a wide range of performance genres, Orlando Jacinto Garcia has established himself as an important figure in the new music world. The distinctive character of his music has been described as “time-suspended haunting sonic explorations” qualities he developed from his studies with Morton Feldman among others.
Combining in most instances a slowly evolving musical panorama with an acute tonal sensitivity, his compositions subtly extend and enhance a listener’s sense of time.
> Robert Schulslaper