University of Iowa News Release
Oct. 6, 2003
KSUI, Friends Present Classical Guitarist De Innocentis Oct. 13
The University of Iowa's classical radio station, KSUI 91.7 FM, Eble Music,
the Iowa City Guitar Foundation and Trinity Episcopal Church, will co-sponsor
a free concert 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at Trinity Episcopal Church located at 320
E. College St. in Iowa City. Performing at the event is one of the finest
guitarists in the world, the Italian born Antonio de Innocentis.
The concert will be broadcast on KSUI's "Know the Score" at 3
p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26 with a rebroadcast at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct 29.
De Innocentis will play works by Ponce, Frescobaldi, Scarlatti, Turina,
Duarte, Barrios-Mangore and Paganini and will present the world premiere
of "Habanera and Sarabande" by Cedar Rapids composer John Bent.
has played throughout Europe and made his American debut in California in
2000. He has premiered works by some of the finest guitar composers in the
world including the world premiere of "Twelve Studies, Op. 140" by
John Duarte at the Sixth Oatridge International Guitar Festival in Scotland
and the American premiere of "Bless Me, Ultima" by Larry Cooperman
at the Guitar Foundation of America International Convention 2001, in La
On Oct. 11, de Innocentis will open for the Kansas City Guitar society at
the University of Missouri at Kansas City Conservatory of Music.
Elliot Fisk calls de Innocentis "astounding." Composer John Duarte
says de Innocentis is "a remarkable artist, one who must be included
in the upper echelon of today's guitarists." Classical Guitar Magazine
says, "This guitarist is world class, of that there can be no doubt."
For more information on de Innocentis, visit his website at: www.AntonioDeInnocentis.com.
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