MSU Spanish program hosts international performance Sept. 16
Sometimes events come along that you wish you hadn’t missed. If you are busy next Friday (Sept. 16), this will be one of those events.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, acclaimed international artist Maestro Soler will play on the stage of Ann Nicole Nelson Hall, in Old Main, Friday (Sept. 16), at 7 p.m. The free concert is sponsored by the Minot State University Spanish program.
Francesc de Paula Soler began his musical and piano studies at the age of 6. At age 11, he began to study guitar and received highest honors in the prestigious "Conservatorio Superior de Música" of Barcelona, Spain. He continued his postgraduate work with virtuoso Spanish guitarists Andrés Segovia and Narciso Yepes, in addition to Latin American guitarists.
Known as "Poet of the Guitar," Maestro Soler's wide international activity as a performer has brought critics to hail him as one of the most notable names of the guitar world.
During his stay in Minot, Maestro Soler will also teach a master’s class for MSU music students.
For more information, contact Scott Sigel, assistant professor of foreign languages, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 858-4265.