Faculty artist Santiago Rodriguez has been described as “a phenomenal pianist” (The New York Times) and “among the finest pianists in the world” (The Baltimore Sun). He recently recorded the complete piano works of Rachmaninoff. In a solo concert performance, he will perform selected great works of this amazing musical titan, plus others.
Santiago Rodriguez joined the faculty of the Frost School of Music one year ago, inspired by the exciting undergraduate curricular changes that are happening in the School and by the special camaraderie between its faculty and students. A ‘Pedro Pan’ child who ended up in an orphanage in New Orleans, his determination and talent led him to the Van Cliburn competition, where he won the Silver Medal at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 1981.
Presented with the Miami Civic Music Association.
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