May 4, 2018 | 7 PM
This performance will take place at the Alpine Church in Layton, UT 254 W 2675 N, Layton, UT 84041 at 7 PM. Doors open at 6:30 PM.
Pablo Cintron started to play the piano when he was very young. When he was only six years old his uncle gave him his first piano lesson on a beautiful grand piano that he owned. At a very early age Pablo realized that classical music was very close to his heart and proceeded to study at the prestigious music academy in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.
Pablo specializes in extinct forms of ethnic musical styles from Western and Eastern Europe and the region of the caribbean. In 2005, Pablo was granted the honor to meet meet Mr. Nicholaus Schimmel. Pablo performed Beethoven’s sonata Op. 57 No. 23 (Apassionata.) After the performance Mr. Schimmel said, “Pablo with all of my personal appreciation to have met you and hear you, thank you for playing our piano.”
Pablo have perfomed in multiple theaters around the world including a piano recital at the teatro Yaguez in August of 2010. Teatro Yaguez is a famous Italian built theatre that was built at the end of the nineteen century. This concert can be considered the highlight of his career as he returns to his native land after twenty five years of absence.
“Music is an important part of modern society. As we grow and try to understand our purpose in life we can allow music to guide us through difficult times. We will be able to feel the joy and the inner peace we might be looking for.” -Pablo Cintron