Roberto Hidalgo is known for programs that combine
Latin American works with those from traditional western repertoire.
has participated at festivals such as Foro de Compositores del Caribe
in Medellín, Colombia; Festival Cervantino in Guanajuato; Foro
Internacional de Música Nueva "Manuel Enríquez",
in Mexico City; Festival Internacional de Interpretación, in
Gerona, Spain, the Chappaquiddick Summer Music Festival and the Festival-Institute
at Round Top,Texas.
appearances include the Bing Auditorium at the LA County Museum Los
Angeles; Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Town Hall, Bruno Walter
Auditorium and Merkin Hall in New York City; Palacio de Bellas Artes,
Sala Blas Galindo, Sala Nezahualcoyotl, Sala Carlos Chávez
in Mexico City.
pianist Marc Peloquin, he has given succesful two-piano concerts hailed
for their innovative programs. A First Prize winner of the Artist
International Competition, he has received support from The Magowan
Family Foundation and the Faculty Resource Grant from the Bloomingdale
School of Music where he is a member of the faculty.
holds degrees from Mannes (BM and MM) and The Manhattan School of
Music (DMA) where he studied with Nina Svetlanova.