A Portrait Recital featuring chamber music of Wellesley College's Associate Professor of Music Composition and Theory.

Time 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Where Jewett Art Center 202 Auditorium

The Wellesley College Concert Series is thrilled to present an evening of chamber music by composer Reinaldo Moya, Associate Professor of Music Composition and Theory at Wellesley College.

Moya, a graduate of Venezuela’s El Sistema, has received the Charles Ives Fellowship, McKnight Composers Fellowship, Van Lier Fellowship, and Aaron Copland Award. He won the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation Composer Award, leading to his commissioned Piano Concerto for Joyce Yang and the Bangor Symphony Orchestra. As Composer-in-Residence at The Schubert Club (2017-19), he wrote Tienda, praised by The Star Tribune for its distinctive style. His opera Memory Boy premiered at the Minnesota Opera in 2016. His works have been performed worldwide, including by the Minnesota Orchestra and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra. He is a graduate of The Juilliard School with masters and doctorate degrees, studying with Samuel Adler and Robert Beaser.

This portrait recital includes performances of Ghostwritten Variations, Diáspora, Migrare Mutare, and the world premiere of a piece for 2 Pianos.


Eliko Akahori, piano
Francesca Anderegg, violin
David Collins, piano
Randall Hodgkinson, piano
Kanako Nishikawa, piano
David Russell, cello
Sonja Tengblad, soprano

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