Classical music

Rising young cellist Joshua Roman blends artistry, Internet savvy

Cellist Joshua Roman opens the Sunday Afternoons of Music series.
Cellist Joshua Roman opens the Sunday Afternoons of Music series.

If you go

What: Cellist Joshua Roman and pianist Cory Smythe

When: 4 p.m. Sept. 8

Where: Gusman Concert Hall, University of Miami, 1314 Miller Dr., Coral Gables

Tickets: $35, seniors $30, students $10 at 305-271-7150 or

South Florida Classical Review

Cellist Joshua Roman could be the prototype for the 21st-century classical musician.

At 29, he already has a thriving bi-coastal career as a soloist and chamber musician, curates the TownMusic chamber series in Seattle and has famous composers writing for him. He also has a keen interest in the Internet, and his blossoming career is an exemplar of how today’s young musicians are using technology to navigate the musical terrain.

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