Rosario Andino

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A pianist in the “grand manner,” Rosario Andino carries on the legacy of Anton and Nicholas Rubinstein, Busoni, Friedman, Sauer, and Godowsky. Her teachers, Vera Maourina Press and Jascha Fischermann, were students of these great pianists. Born in Cuba, Ms. Andino began her musical studies at age four and gave her first concert at age six. Her orchestra performances, recitals, radio and television concerts have been acclaimed in the United States, Cuba, Mexico, Spain, England, Italy, and Holland. Ms. Andino commands an immense repertoire that includes all the standard major works for the piano as well as little known works, such as cultured ethnic works by 19th- and 20th-century Cuban composers.

Contact Info
Contact Name: Rosario Andino
1828 South Dollison, Springfield, MO 65807
Phone: 417-881-3300
Phone 2: 417-882-3131 (fax)
Performance Fee Range: $8,500-$10,500
Technical Requirements:

A well-tuned and regulated concert grand piano.

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