Friday, May 27, 2011

Shoulder Ache After Laproscopy

French Film Concert with pianist Jose Valentin Acosta student at the School of Music at the course-workshop

Concerto with pianist Jose Valentin Acosta student at the School of Music at the JEX

· This Sunday May 29th promptly at 13:30 in the Multipurpose Hall of the Sculpture Garden is located in Xalapa Murillo Vidal S / na side of MIX. 8137753 mobile reports and: Free.

The young pianist Jose Valentin Acosta is an alumnus of the second half of professional cycle of the Faculty of Music, began his musical training at the age of 10 years with tuition in the town of "El Farallon" Veracruz. During the summer of 2002, took piano lessons with the choir of the University of Veracruz, the teacher Nona Nassidze. At the end of the summer, began taking classes with Master Ma Esther González Vivanco, who begin their preparation for the entrance examination to the music faculty of the Universidad Veracruzana. A year later at the age of 15 he entered the School of Music continuing under the guidance of the teacher Esther González Vivanco. He has given recitals and concerts as soloist, accompanist and chamber music in the auditorium of the Faculty of Music of the UV and the auditorium of the Institute of Music of the State of Veracruz, provided with a wide repertoire, ranging from JS Bach, Haydn, to G. Gershwin, S. Rachmaninoff, Manuel M. Ponce.


Prelude and Fuguetta BWV 870 a                                     J.S. Bach

Concierto para piano y orquesta                                    WA Mozart
K. 488
II Andante
III Presto

Bluette Vals op.12 No.2 ; Ricardo Castro

The School of Music, University Veracruzana fulfills the mission of training musicians and highly professional educators capable of promoting the art of music, with full awareness of responsibility and importance of their work is integrated into society active part of their cultural development. Same as seen in the performance of their students, who through recitals and concerts make music sound evidence of their training.


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