Classical music review

Miami Symphony Orchestra opens 25th season in dynamic style

 

South Florida Classical Review

The renowned Spanish guitarist Ángel Romero is an old friend of the Miami Symphony Orchestra, and so it was fitting that he would perform on the first concert of the orchestra’s 25th anniversary season.

Romero joined the orchestra Sunday at the Arsht Center for one of his specialties, Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez. Although he must have lost count how many times he’s played this work in public, Romero gave no indication that he found it anything less than delightful.

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