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October 12, 2001
Music Duo Ancuza Aprodu - Thierry Miroglio to perform at UMBC
Baltimore, MD (October 1, 2001) - UMBC's
The program will feature the world premiere of
Thierry Miroglio, percussionst
Percussionist Thierry Miroglio commands a repertoire of more than 150worksand has performed in more than 25 countries. He studied with
A specialist in new music, Miroglio has collaborated with composers
Thierry Miroglio has recorded as a soloist for several labels and recentlypremiered the last work by Xenakis for solo percussion and ensemble.
Ancuza Aprodu, pianist
A native of Romania, French pianist Ancuza Aprodu studied piano withSmaranda Murgan in Bucharest before settling in Italy, where she studiedwith the pianist Roberto Bollea and the composer Enrico Correggia. Shereceived a diploma from the "Giuseppe Verdi" Conservatory inTurin, Italy and distinguished herself in several internationalcompetitions.
Since 1993, she has developed an international solo career in Europe andAmerica, performing a large repertory ranging from Baroque to contemporarymusic throughout Europe, South America and Asia. With an emphasis on newworks, she has premiered works by György Ligeti,
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Posted by dwinds1 at October 12, 2001 12:00 AM