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Famed Composer’s Works Find a Home at UM

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    Composer, arranger, and pianist Aldemaro Romero was an innovator of Venezuelan music, contributing to its increased visibility on the international scene. Now his works have found a home at the University of Miami. The Otto G. Richter Library recently celebrated the acquisition of 100 original manuscripts and other archival materials from the legendary Venezuelan composer.

    Held in May at the Roberto C. Goizueta Pavilion inside the University of Miami Libraries’ Cuban Heritage Collection, the event featured performances of the late composer’s work.

    To learn more about the Romero Music Score Archive, which is housed in the Richter’s Special Collections division, please click here.

    Pictured at the event are, from left, Esperanza B. de Varona, chair of the Cuban Heritage Collection; Ruby Romero-Issaev, Romero’s daughter; William D. Walker, dean of libraries and university librarian; and Cristina Favretto, head of Special Collections.

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