Enrique talks in this wide ranging interview about music, politics and life in general in the United States and Uruguay. To read it please click here.
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Graf rehearsing at Teatro Solis with the BSM conducted by Gustavo Fontana from Argentina. The Concerto for Piano, Winds and Percussion by distinguished Spanish composer Leonardo Balada (Wiki) was performed on August 1st. For more information please visit the Teatro Solis Website.
Graf will perform a program of favorite piano works at Francis Marion University in Florence, SC For more information go here.
One of his favorite concertos which he has performed on three continents and recorded with the Moscow Philharmonic (Youtube Link) will be performed at Wilton Manors, FL.
On February 26, 7:00 PM, Graf plays a free recital at the Dana Auditorium of Queens University of Charlotte. This will be his first appearance in Charlotte, NC.
The largest audience ever for a piano recital at the Pablo Atchugarry Foundation in Manantiales also cheered Graf’s recital of favorite piano works.
Graf closed the 2016 Chamber Music Series, organized by SODRE, at the Nelly Goitiño Auditorium. A full house greeted his program of works by Debussy, Chopin, Rachmaninoff and others with a prolonged standing ovation.
Enrique Graf performed two recitals at the University of Guelph and at the Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society in Ontario, Canada, November 17 and 18, 2016. As usual, he was warmly received by a large and appreciative audience.
The Friends of the State Botanical Garden of Georgia presented Enrique Graf in the annual performance of the Christopher Ballew Memorial Concert. (Photo at the Day Chapel of the Gardens). The endowed series brings noted authors, lecturers, musicians and exhibitions to the State Botanical Garden, University of Georgia in celebration of the beauty and splendor […]
Haydn’s Concerto No. 11 for piano and orchestra followed, with Graf in top form, with a perfect mechanism in the service of a subtle musical intelligence. He knew how to communicate Haydn’s message, avoiding overloading or overflowing, with an exact dynamic gradation and a sober expressive force. Graf also did not forget to emphasize the […]