Miguel del Águila: Elegant and Affectionate Music

If contemporary classical music isn’t usually considered “elegant,” then it surely is never considered “affectionate.”  How, then, did Miguel del Águila, a Vienna-trained composer, find the path that led his music to be received by The New York Times as both “elegant” and “affectionate” as well as to be nominated for three Grammy Awards?  Come welcome Miguel and special guests Guillermo Figueroa, Principal Conductor of the Santa Fe Symphony, Dirk Meyer, Music Director of the Augusta Symphony and violinist Saul Bitran of the Cuarteto Latinoamericano, to our show and get ready for a new take on musical modernity.

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