García’s music speaks deeply, and its strength is that it can say so much in such relatively short spaces of time […]
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Wed08Feb20237:30 pmFIU Wolfsonian, 1001 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL
The award winning Loadbang ensemble will be presenting the premiere of my work la vida que viene, as part of their Florida tour this spring. A performance is scheduled for February 8 at the FIU Wolfsonian part of the 2023 New Music Miami Festival. More here
Wed15Mar20237:30 pmFIU Wolfsonian, 1001 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL
The critically acclaimed Hennings/Vaillancourt guitar percussion duo will be presenting the world premiere of my new work los sonidos que vienen después (the sounds that come after) as part of the New Music Miami ISCM Festival. More here
Sat20May2023TBDPalm Beach Atlantic University
Virtuoso pianist Jose Lopez will be premiering my new solo piano work treinta y cinco (35) as part of the American Liszt Society Festival taking place at Palm Beach Atlantic University. More to come 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