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SCORE Classical Music Appreciation Concert Series
April 14, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us for an enchanted evening with acclaimed musicians from around the world. All concerts are held at the Turner Center for the Arts main galleries, 7-9 pm. For $80, patrons will receive tickets for all concerts, or may purchase single tickets at $25/per show.
Tonight is the fourth concert of the series featuring Julian Gargiulo, piano.
Born and educated in Italy, with dual U.S. and Italian citizenship, Mr. Gargiulo studied at the Verona State Conservatory (Randone), the Mugi Academy in Rome (Ciccolini) and the Moscow State Conservatory (Mezhlumov). In the United States he received his Bachelor’s Degree at Rowan University (Zuponcic), Master’s Degree at the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University (Slutsky), and his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree at the University of Maryland (Rodriguez).
In 2005 Julian started the Water Island Music Festival in the Virgin Islands, currently in its 10th season, which brings together classical and jazz musicians for three days of music.
Founder of 16000children, a Non-profit dedicated to raising awareness for the children who die of hunger in the world every day, Julian also devotes his time and talent performing and raising funds for numerous other charities worldwide.
In 2009 Julian was also named Artistic Director of ‘Crossing Borders,’ a Hunter College (NY) program which presents established foreign artists currently living in NY.
In 2010 Julian began writing a classical music column called Mostly Classical for the main newspaper in the Cayman Islands, The Cayman Compass.
In 2015 Julian presented the first edition of Getting to Carnegie an International Music Competition which features musicians from all around the world for a chance to share the stage at Carnegie Hall. This year Getting to Carnegie became an official NonProfit 501c3. Julian’s music and recordings have appeared in movies and documentaries, most recently in the ‘Official Trailer’ of Keira Knightley’s new film, “The Aftermath,” produced by Ridley Scott.