Yoshiaki Horiguchi will bring life to the Scott Center stage with a presentation of baroque and romantic works on Wednesday, October 29 at 7:30 p.m.
Composers such as Henery Eccles, Giovanni Bottesini Jules Massenet, J.S. Bach, and Francois Rabbath have written the works that will be played in Wednesday night’s concert.
Horiguchi is a double bassist and graduate of University of Maryland Baltimore County. At UMBC he became the first person in the school’s history to graduate with performance, music education, and a public school teaching certification.
This recital is an event that is sentimental to Horiguchi. In an email to The-Quill Horiguchi said, “This recital has a lot of meaning to me because it will be my last solo recital with my bass, Josephine. She is my first bass and will retire from solo recitals after this concert.”
General admission for this concert is $10. Admission is $5 for faculty, staff, adult seniors over the age of 65, and students with ID.