Sunday, October 2
6:00–7:00 p.m. Picasso exhibition open to ticket holders
7:00–8:00 p.m. Concert
Enjoy an evening of music by award-winning pianist Dario Martin as he performs concertos that respond to Picasso: Drawings and Prints, on view now at The San Diego Museum of Art. This program is part of ¡Felicidades, Maestro!, a concert series performed in honor of Joaquín Achúcarro’s 90th birthday, and presented in partnership with the Embassy of Spain and Consulates of Spain throughout the US.
Joaquín Achúcarro is a world-renowned Spanish pianist who has won two of Spain’s most prestigious awards: National Music Award by the Spanish government and the Gold Medal of Fine Arts, awarded by King Juan Carlos I. The Joaquín Achúcarro Foundation was founded to showcase, educate, and benefit the careers of pianists, while developing and maintaining the legacy of Joaquín Achúcarro in perpetuity.
Dario Martin is a legacy pianist of the Joaquín Achúcarro Foundation. Martin has won first prizes in international piano competitions in Cuba, Costa Rica, Mexico, and the United States. In 2018 he won the Concerto Competition at Indiana University, performing Ligeti’s Piano Concerto as a soloist.
Ticket holders are encouraged to view the Picasso exhibition before the seated, one-hour concert in the Museum’s historic rotunda.
Members $40 | Nonmembers $50 | Students $25
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