Roman will perform Mertz’s Hungarian Fantasia Op. 65 no. 1, Barrios’s Julia Florida & Vals, Op. 8 nos. 3 & 4; Ponce's Sonata III; Granada, Cadiz, and Sevilla from Albéniz’s Suite Española, Op. 47; Turina’s Sonata Op. 61; and Brouwer’s El Decameron Negro.
Roman has given performances throughout the US, Mexico, Spain, Germany, Colombia, Cuba & Eastern Europe, & has achieved high standing in numerous national & international competitions, including first prizes in the Rising Star Competition, the Appalachian State University Guitar Competition & the Boston Classical Guitar Society Competition. Other awards include the National Merit Award, New York Curran Award, Mark K. Joseph Professional Development Grant, Peabody Career Development Grant & the Maryland State Arts Council Grant. In 2002, he represented the US as a Fulbright Scholar to Spain. He is currently the guitar chair at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Roman is a faculty member of the Washington Conservatory.
Event begins at 8:00PM
Presented by: Washington Conservatory of Music