FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (October 16, 2013) -- Two pianists – celebrated musician Gustavo Romero and Broward College Professor Jure Rozman– will join University of Miami percussionist Svet Stoyanov at Broward College’s Bailey Hall, 3501 Davie Road, Bldg. 4, Davie, on Saturday, November 2 at 8 p.m. The program will include works by Shostakovich, Viñao and Ravel, culminating with a performance of Stravinsky’s "The Rite of Spring," the celebrated and controversial masterpiece which celebrates its centennial this year.
Romero has a
stellar reputation for both the technical brilliance and interpretive depth of
his playing, as well as his commitment to an in-depth exploration of individual
composers. In addition to an extensive performing schedule, he serves as a
faculty member at the University of North Texas.
pianist Rozman currently serves as an assistant professor of piano at Broward
College. Parallel to his teaching duties, he has been active as a recitalist,
soloist, chamber musician and lecturer both in Europe and the United States. During
his time in South Florida, he has established himself as a sought-after
collaborator, performer and a driving force behind instrumental studies at
is an assistant professor of instrumental performance and program
director of percussion at the University of Miami Frost School of Music.
Praised by the New York Times for his “understated but unmistakable virtuosity”
and a “winning combination of gentleness and fluidity,” Bulgarian-born Stoyanov
is a winner of the 2003 Concert Artists Guild International Competition. He
will be assisted by members of University of Miami's Frost Percussion Group.
the event are $10 for general admission and $5 for seniors. Broward College
students with valid ID may receive two complimentary tickets to the show. To
purchase tickets, visit the Bailey Hall Box Office, call 954-201-6884 or
purchase online at www.baileyhall.org.
College is ranked as one of the top ten community colleges in the nation by the
Aspen Institute. Serving more than 68,000 students annually, Broward College
provides residents with certificate programs, two-year university-transfer
degrees, two-year career degrees and baccalaureate degrees in selected
programs. The mission of the college is to provide high-quality educational
programs and services that are affordable and accessible to a diverse community
of learners. For more information, visit www.broward.edu