Tribute Concert to Leo Brouwer

To view the live stream of this concert, please visit this link on YouTube:

Famed Cuban composer/guitarist Leo Brouwer will be in residence at Fredonia February 13 & 14. Brouwer is revered as a preeminent composer for the classical guitar with over 100 commercial recordings and is known for many other compositions, including this film scores for "Like Water for Chocolate" and "A Walk in the Clouds". Brouwer rarely visits the United States and Fredonia is his first residency in a tour that includes Harvard, New England Conservatory, Mannes School of Music and SUNY College at Buffalo. Brouwer has conducted orchestras around the world including the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Scottish National Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Concert Orchestra and the Mexico National Symphony Orchestra. He was selected, along with Isaac Stern and and Alan Danielou, to be honourable member of UNESCO in recognition for his music career.

Tuesday's events will include a guitar masterclass with Fredonia students from 1pm-4pm in Rosch Recital Hall and a tribute concert to Leo Brouwer in Rosch Recital Hall at 8pm. The concert will be $6 for students and $12 for the general public and will feature Fredonia student guitarists Shane Bucci, Michael Bunny, Allison DiMauro, Emilio Garcia, Steve Grower, Ryan Keyes, Dan Nordquist, Addison Perkins, Penn Watson, Steven Wong, as well as the Fredonia Guitar Quartet, Fredonia faculty guitarist James Piorkowski, and the Alonso/Drummond Duo (Evan Drummond & Orlay Alonso).

This event will be live streamed:


This event is made possible with support from the Fredonia School of Music, Fredonia Guitar Society, and Ethos New Music Society.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 8:00pm

Mason Hall, Rosch Recital Hall
Mason Hall, Fredonia, NY 14063

Event Type

Music, Arts


Music, MUS120


Open to Public


School of Music, College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA), Division of Academic Affairs (AA)



$12 general; $6 students with ID

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