Please join us for an evening of music with Alejandro Cremaschi, CU Boulder Piano Professor, at Schmitt Music Denver on Wednesday, October 18th at 7:30PM.
“Pristine technique… passionate playing.” – The Washington Post
Pianist Alejandro Cremaschi, a native of Argentina, teaches piano and piano pedagogy as Associate Professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Alejandro’s program includes works by Carlos Guastavino, Alberto Ginastera, Ernesto Nazareth, and Aston Piazzolla – CLICK HERE to view the entire program (PDF).
Watch Mr. Cremaschi perform “Suite de Danzas Criollas, Op. 15” by Alberto Ginastera, recorded at the University of Colorado Boulder:
Pianist Alejandro Cremaschi, a native of Argentina, teaches piano and piano pedagogy as Associate Professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder. His playing has been described as “pristine” and “passionate” by the Washington Post, and “polished” and “exemplary” by the Fanfare magazine. He received a Master’s and a Doctorate degree in Piano Performance from the University of Minnesota, and undergraduate degrees from the University of Maryland Baltimore County and the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo in Argentina. He studied piano with Dora De Marinis, Nancy Roldan and Lydia Artymiw.
Alejandro regularly performs, teaches and records Latin American repertoire, including works by Latin American and Argentine composers such as Carlos Guastavino, Juan Jose Castro, Luis Jorge Gonzalez and Alberto Ginastera. His recordings of solo and chamber music have been released by the British label Meridian Records. He is the editor and recording artist for the revised pedagogical edition of Alberto Ginastera’s Twelve American Preludes Op. 12, published by Carl Fischer Publishing in October 2016. He is a frequent presenter in music conference, and has published articles and reviews in specialized journals.