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Program

- Four Nocturnes 

* Opus 27, no. 1

* Opus 55, no. 1

* Opus 55, no. 7

* Opus 15, no. 1

 

- Ten Mazurkas  

* Opus 63, no. 3

* Opus 33, no. 3

* Opus 6, no. 4

* Opus 7, no. 5

* Opus 7, no. 4

* Opus 24, no. 2

* Opus 17, no. 4

* Opus 41, no. 3

* Opus 63, no. 2

* Opus 56, no. 2

 

- Ballade No. 3, Opus 47 

 

- INTERMISSION – 

 

- Five Waltzes  

* Opus 31, no. 1

* Opus 64, no. 3

* Opus 31, no. 2

* Opus 70, no. 2

* Opus 42 in A Flat

 

- Scherzo Opus 20, no. 1 

Saturday JUNE 22 at 4 pm
KISLAK CENTER at the RICHTER LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI

FRANCISCO RENNO, Piano

CHOPINIANA

Francisco Rennó is the winner of several major piano competitions and has appeared as soloist with orchestras in North and South America. He has given solo and chamber-music recitals throughout the two continents, including appearances at Carnegie Recital Hall and The Phillips Collection. For ballet performances, he has performed as soloist with the symphony orchestras of Kansas City, St. Louis, Berkeley, Naples, and on tour with MCB at The Kennedy Center, Torino Danza in Torino, Italy and at Les Étés de la Danse in Paris, France.  Mr. Rennó was company pianist for the Kansas City Ballet from its inception in 1981, joining Miami City Ballet in 1999. He composed the music to Edward Villella’s “THE WALTZ: Our Lady of Oblivion.” Francisco serves as Miami City Ballet Music Advisor and Company Pianist.

Francisco will present an all-Chopin recital.