Tito García González's New York debut at Carnegie

Tito García González, friend of the Conservatory, had his New York debut at Carnegie's Weill Recital Hall on June 1st, 2016. His program was entitled "Iberian" and featured contemporary music by composers from the Spanish Association of Neotonal Composers. Pedro Vilaroig, president of the Association, along with Consuelo Diez and Carlos Ibarreta, were in attendance for the presentation of their work. The audience responded passionately, giving them two standing ovations at the end of the evening. 

García González is one of the most successful Spanish musicians of his generation. Receiving support with a grant from the "Humboldt Stiftung", he studied in Germany at the Bremen School of the Arts and with the Wind Quintet of the Berlin Philharmonic. Since his debut in 1996 he has played in Germany, Russia, Argentina, Spain and Portugal in festivals like the International Young Concerts of Bayreuth, Santa Maria D'Feira de Porto, the Siebold Hall in Bonn, the Kulturscheune of Elbart of Bavaria, the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, the Meridian Theatre in Moscow and the Auditorio Nacional de Musica in Madrid. He has also recorded live for Radio Television of Bavaria. 

 
 

Tito, Pedro, Teresa, and Mark met to discuss future collaborations with PACONY and to explore opportunities for them to spread their music in America.

See some reviews at the following links: 
http://www.cronicanorte.es/pianista-vecino-san-sebastian-los-reyes-conquista-carnegie-hall-nueva-york/100863
http://www.comillas.edu/es/noticias-comillas/9018-un-profesor-de-comillas-estrena-en-el-carnegie-hall