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RODRIGO OJEDA

Venezuelan pianist Rodrigo Ojeda began his piano studies at the age of ten. He completed his Bachelor’s Degree in piano performance at the IUDEM (Institute of Musical Studies) in 1997 under Arnaldo Pizzolante. In 1999 he went on to complete his graduate studies at Carnegie Mellon University with Enrique Graf where he also remained to complete his Artist Diploma certificate.

He has performed in master-classes with such notable pianists as Kasimierz Giesrod, Marek Joblonsky, György Sándor, Marta Gulyas, and Earl Wild. His solo recitals include performances throughout Venezuela, Ecuador and in the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina. His extensive repertoire includes concertos by Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Gershwin, Grieg, Schumann, Mozart, Liszt (Totentanz), César Frank and Prokofiev. A versatile pianist, he has performed numerous chamber works from classical and contemporary string, brass and woodwind repertoire.

Rodrigo Ojeda is an Artist Lecturer in Piano in the School of Music at Carnegie Mellon University as well as a piano faculty member in its Music Preparatory School. He has also been playing with the Pittsburgh Symphony since October 2006.

Role: Classical Artist 
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