Florencio Asenjo: Composer and Mathematician

April 24, 2021, 7:00 pm

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Argentinan Florencio Asenjo came to the US in 1958 to work as a mathematician at Georgetown University. He was on the cutting edge of mathematical research and at the same time he composed very personal and striking music. Join us as host Elbio Barilari revisits the work of this Latin American genius.

Playlist

Glimpses at Borges Universe, by Florencio Asenjo
Bulgarian Philharmonia; Mario Filipov, violin; Kirk Trevor, conductor

Gleanings from Lafcadio Hearn’s World, by Florencio Asenjo
Bulgarian Philharmonia; Mario Filipov, violin; Kirk Trevor, conductor