In-Person: Graduate Student Recital: Anthony Navarro, Violin

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Date & Time

Fri, Nov 12 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Address (map)

UC Santa Barbara Music Building, Santa Barbara, CA, 93106

Venue (website)

Karl Geiringer Hall UCSB

Graduate violinist Anthony Navarro will present a Master of Music recital with pianist Zhongxi Lin on Friday, November 12, 2021, at 7:30 pm in Karl Geiringer Hall on the UC Santa Barbara campus. The program will include Johann Sebastian Bach’s Partita in E Major, BWV 1006; Johannes Brahms’ Sonata in G Major for Violin and Piano, Op. 78; and Camille Saint-Saëns’ Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, Op. 28. Navarro is a student of Lecturer Ertan Torgul.

Protocols for attending in-person Department of Music events

All patrons 12 years of age and older must show proof of being fully vaccinated* OR provide a negative COVID-19 medical test result (PCR or antigen) taken within 72 hours of the event. Over-the-counter or at-home tests will not be accepted. All patrons must also present a state-issued photo ID in addition to their proof of vaccination/negative test result (photo ID is not required for minors who are accompanied by an adult).
Masks are required in indoor spaces at all times, regardless of vaccination status. Patrons must bring and wear their own face coverings that fully cover both the nose and mouth. Masks are also strongly encouraged at outdoor venues, particularly where social distancing is not an option. Patrons may be asked to leave a venue if they are not adhering to Department of Music health and safety guidelines.
*“Fully vaccinated” means a final COVID-19 vaccine dose was administered at least 14 days prior to the event
Please review the Department of Music’s COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols for more information.

About the Artist

After graduating from UCSB in 2007 with degrees in Music and English, Anthony Navarro decided to take a stable, safe job in the electronic manufacturing field. Despite a very successful career of 14 years, electronics was never really Anthony’s passion and he longed to immerse himself again in his true passion of playing the violin. Flash forward to 2020 and music is surging into the forefront of his life, centering around acceptance in the UCSB Master’s Program. Anthony has been the recipient of many scholarships from organizations such as the Music Club, Pillsbury Foundation, Santa Barbara Scholarship Foundation, and the Performing Arts Scholarship Foundation, as well UCSB. He also has 15 years of teaching experience in the Santa Barbara Youth Symphony Strings Workshop in addition to teaching many private students throughout his career. Completing his master’s at UCSB will be the first of many musical successes to come.

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