Tucson Cello Congress Guest Artist Recital: Nicholas Mariscal
Sunday, January 21, 3:00 PM
The Tucson Cello Congress is proud to present a guest artist recital featuring the outstanding young artist Nicholas Mariscal. A native of Tucson, Arizona, Nicholas Mariscal is an award-winning 25-year-old cellist performing diverse repertoire across the country. A specialist in Latin American composers, his success in national competitions led to a commercially-produced solo recording, Nubes Bajas: A Collection of Solo Cello Music from Latin America, as well as a solo recital at the Society of the Americas in New York City.
At the Tucson Cello Congress, Mr. Mariscal will perform a program of Latin American composers Osvaldo Golijov, Alberto Ginastera, and Paul Desenne.
Mr. Marsical received his Master’s Degree from the University of Southern California with distinguished cellist Ralph Kirshbaum. after earning his Bachelor of Music degree at Indiana University under the tutelage of Eric Kim.
Host: Theodore Buchholz
Cello Ensemble Concert: January 20, Saturday, Crowder Hall
Faculty Recital: January 21, Sunday, Holsclaw Hall