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The Gurwitz 2024 International Piano Competition - Round III

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The three finalists at the The Gurwitz 2024 International Piano Competition will perform a solo piano work composed after 1950 and a newly commissioned chamber music work by San Antonio composer Dr. Aaron Prado titled "El Colibrí y la Cempasúchil" (The Hummingbird and the Marigold), inspired the Aztec myth that connects to Día de los Muertos.

This chamber work will be performed with an ensemble of acclaimed guest artists from the Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra and leona player Vico Díaz. The audience will text-to-vote live directly following the finalist performances to choose the winner of the Audience Favorite Award.

Guest artists include Ignacio Cornejo Díaz, trumpet; Fernando Vizcayno, violin; Wilfredo Pèrez, violin; Vico Díaz, leona and Gabriela Jiménez, percussion.

The three finalists at the The Gurwitz 2024 International Piano Competition will perform a solo piano work composed after 1950 and a newly commissioned chamber music work by San Antonio composer Dr. Aaron Prado titled "El Colibrí y la Cempasúchil" (The Hummingbird and the Marigold), inspired the Aztec myth that connects to Día de los Muertos.

This chamber work will be performed with an ensemble of acclaimed guest artists from the Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra and leona player Vico Díaz. The audience will text-to-vote live directly following the finalist performances to choose the winner of the Audience Favorite Award.

Guest artists include Ignacio Cornejo Díaz, trumpet; Fernando Vizcayno, violin; Wilfredo Pèrez, violin; Vico Díaz, leona and Gabriela Jiménez, percussion.

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WHERE

Carver Community Cultural Center
226 N Hackberry St, San Antonio, TX 78202, USA
https://gurwitz-2024-round3.eventbrite.com

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Admission is free.

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