Kathy Lawton Brown of Classic 107.3 interviewed Music Director Darwin Aquino and Guest Conductor Leon Burke III. Part 2 of the interview has Maestro Aquino describing the program to be performed Sunday, July 16 at 7:30pm at the 560 Music Center, 560 Trinity in University City. All concerts are free to attend!
Sunday, July 2, 2023 3:00pm, Corson Auditorium and Sunday, July 9, 2023 3:00pm, Corson Auditorium
Introduction to Music of the 20th and 21st centuries course. Module: “Dominican folklore in today’s music”, taught by Darwin Aquino. (in Spanish)
Get to know the two conductors behind this year’s Gateway Festival Orchestra summer concert series. The Gateway Festival Orchestra, a ‘cultural treasure’ that has become a staple to St. Louis summers…
David Fernandez, Percussions | Recorded at the Centro Social por la Musica, Caracas, Venezuela | April 2023
Darwin Aquino, the Music Director of the The Saint Louis Philharmonic and Leanne Magnusen Latuda, Artistic & Executive Director of the Saint Louis Women’s Chorale, spoke with Kathy Lawton Brown about their joint concert on April 28 that features music of Benjamin Britten, Maurice Ravel, and two St. Louis premieres: “Seis Sones Sencillos” by Carlos Fariñas and Antonio María Romeu and “The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci” by Jocelyn Hagen…
Last year, Opera Theatre of St. Louis started an experiment. The first fruits of that experiment can be seen March 16-18 at COCA’s Catherine B. Berges Theatre. The creative team also includes conductor Darwin Aquino and choreographer Kirven Douthit-Boyd…
Civic Symphony: Spring Concert / Sunday, March 26, 2023 – 3:00 PM 5:00 PM
Herbst Theatre 401 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA, 94102
Darwin has been invited to conduct the first opera of the FGO’s 2022/23 season: “El Matrimonio Secreto” by Italian composer Domenico Cimarosa, in a new Spanish translation by Darwin Aquino and Benedetta Orsi. But, everything happens with a new and very special Latino...
El estreno, en la Gran Opera de Miami, de «El Matrimonio Secreto» de Domenico Cimarosa, uno de los más prolíficos compositores del siglo dieciocho, que llegó a componer ochenta óperas y fue maestro del género «comedia bufa» o comedia cómica, muy popular durante aquella época por su acercamiento a temas populares, sus ágiles dúos y tríos, recitativos hablados y por su risueña trama, marca historia al ser una versión totalmente cantada en español.
The WashU Symphony Orchestra students will perform under the direction of Darwin Aquino, Conductor-in-Residence.
Inventando la Música is a space led by the composer Carlos Zamora, dedicated to talk with Ibero-American composers.