Saturday, April 21st at 8:00 pm
Kalos Music & Art School
20634 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura FL 33180
Venezuelan pianist, Elizabeth Guerrero will share a delightful concert with sounds of Chopin, Rhythm from America and Traditional Venezuelan Music with special guest Saúl Vera.
Venezuelan pianist Elizabeth Guerrero, the first recipient of the Maro Ajemian Award of the Juilliard School of Music, has led an active life as a solo pianist and chamber musician. She has belonged to chamber groups such as “Ensemble Brahms de Caracas”, “Trío Académico Emil Friedman”, “Piano a Dos de Venezuela” and “El Piano Criollo”, this last dedicated to Venezuelan traditional music.
Ms. Guerrero studied under Czech pedagogue Gerty Haas in Caracas, and under American pianists, William Masselos and Herbert Stessin while a postgraduate student at the Juilliard School of Music.
She has been featured as a soloist with numerous symphony orchestras in Venezuela, has recorded several CDs and has devoted her time to the investigation of various themes, such as the work of the sons of J.S.Bach, the African root of Latin American music and Venezuelan musical traditions.
Recognizing her excellence in teaching at public and private conservatories in the country, the Venezuelan Ministry of Education awarded her the Andrés Bello Award, the M.F.Rugeles Award and the Botón de Honor of the Venezuelan Symphony Orchestra.