409 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Triste - Miguel Francese (1913-1970)
Vals Miraflores - Juan José Ramos (1930-1995)
Bocetos del Litoral - Adolfo Cipriota (1879-1944)
En la Llanura
Para Empezar a Volar
Tres Marías - Lilián Saba (b. 1961)
Recuerdos de mi Tierra - Lía Cimaglia (1906-1998)
Aire de Milonga - Arturo Luzzatti (1875-1959)
Milonga, op. 2 - Leonardo Brunelli
Milonga Gris - Carlos Aguirre (b. 1965)
Tres Danzas - José Resta (1880-1962)
Aire de Tango
Fiesta Criolla - Manuel Gómez Carrillo (1883-1968)
Recording of their performance on 8/20/21
Pianist Agustin Muriago has performed throughout the United States, Spain, China, Brazil, and his native Argentina, in venues such as Steinway Hall in New York City, the Teatro Ópera in Buenos Aires, and the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing. His repertoire ranges from standard piano works to contemporary music premieres, with an emphasis on Spanish and Argentine music. He has recorded for the Acte Préalable label and for NPR affiliates.
Muriago has offered master classes and adjudicated competitions in the United States and abroad. Recent teaching engagements include a master class at the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil, a week-long residency at the Universidad de Chile, and a master class at NYU Shanghai.
Muriago holds degrees in piano performance from The Hartt School (DMA), New York University (MM), and Rowan University (BM summa cum laude). His major teachers include José Ramón Méndez, Luiz de Moura Castro, David Westfall, Veda Zuponcic, Aldo Antognazzi, and Marcela Fiorillo, having also received advice from Lilya Zilberstein, Frederic Chiu, Mirian Conti, Julian Martin, Solomon Mikowsky, Douglas Humpherys, and Seymour Bernstein.
He currently serves as Assistant Professor of Keyboard Studies at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. Prior to his appointment at Peabody, he was on the faculties at Kansas State University, New York University, and The Hartt School Community Division.
Highlights for the 2021-2022 season include a lecture at New York University and a solo recital for the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series in Chicago.
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