Classical Music Review

Cellist Roman brings elegance and taste to Gusman program

Cellist Joshua Roman
Cellist Joshua Roman

South Florida Classical Review

Joshua Roman presents a strikingly conventional appearance for a musician known for performing in nightclubs, championing new works and publicizing himself on YouTube.

The young cellist walked onstage Sunday at the University of Miami's Gusman Hall in a dark business suit and gray tie with a gold wedding band on his bow hand, his appearance distinguished only by a mop of reddish blond hair. And there was nothing unusual on the program of works by Russian and German masters that he was to play for the opening concert of the Sunday Afternoons of Music series.

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