Photo: Gabriel Gastelum



Known for the warmth and conviction of his performances, pianist Walter Aparicio explores issues of cultural background and identity through his concerts and workshops. Much of his programming includes music that directly references elements of dance, language and folk traditions.


Aires Indios: Piano Music of Bolivia

Eduardo Caba, Simeón Roncal & Marvin Sandi

unadorned, gentle, and austere... charming music that is worthwhile hearing...

Radu A. Lelutiu, Fanfare [Nov/Dec 2015]

Simple Tasks (2020) by Sugar Vendil

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“Simple Tasks” is a solo piano piece based on a list of easy tasks: things that I could do to maintain a sense of stability while processing immense grief and anxiety. This was written for my best friend, pianist Walter Aparicio. Video by Sugar Vendil

Photo: Gulnara Khamatova


Lost Gems: Piano Music of Bolivia
Huayños, Cuecas and Tinkus: Folk Dance across Classical Music
The Music of Alberto Ginastera Demystified


The Keys to Key Placement
Using Symmetrical Inversion to Work Out Difficult Passages

Programs can be adapted to meet your interests and needs.

Duo Chux is an ensemble that is committed to the repertoire of voice & piano

Lives of the Piano: The Piano and Rhythm

October 5, 2023  7:30PM
Manhattan School of Music 
130 Claremont Ave.

Virtual presentation: Bolivian Piano Music

October 18, 2023 – Universidad de Costa Rica 

FUTUROS: New Ideas in Composition

November 16, 2023  7:30PM
Lincoln Center Atrium 
Free and open to the public

Co-presented by NEW LATIN WAVE

Program of new music by Latine composers. 

FUTUROS, New Ideas in Composition · Lincoln