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Pianist Fernando Ramses Pena Diaz to Perform at The Briarwood Community

Sunday, September 18, 2016

 

Fernando Ramses Pena Diaz

Pianist Fernando Ramses Pena Diaz will perform at The Briarwood Community at 2 p.m. on Sunday, October 2. 

Ramses was born in Colima, Mexico in 1991 and started playing  music at 7 years of age, on his own, without the help of a teacher. 

He began to study music formally at the age of 15 and graduate in 2013 with a degree in piano performance from the Fine Arts Institute of the University of Colima. 

His repertoire includes classical, jazz, popular and his own compositions. He is also pianist and composer for a Jazz Trio "Hermeneutica" which frequently performs his music. 

He is currently working on a recording of his own compositions at the University of Colima, which he will release in the future. 

Performances and Awards 

Ramsés has performed frequently as soloist in México, Spain, Italy and Costa Rica, and received prizes at numerous piano competitions in México, including the “Parnassos Piano Competition” and “Angélica Morales – Yamaha”.  

He has also received awards at international piano competitions including third prize in “A Night in Madrid”  in Spain, and a “Diploma di Merito” at the Lía Tortora International Piano Competition in Citta della Pieve, Perugia, Italy.  He has performed as a soloist with the Aguascalientes Symphony Orchestra (México), playing the Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto No. 2.  

Ramsés collaborates frequently with instrumentalist and singers, including Mexican pianist Mauro Ledesma and  the American tenor David Gashen (from the “Phantom of the Opera”).

 

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