Contemporary composer and conductor Juan Trigos may have gone under your classical music radar before, but now there's no excuse. Trigos will be at Eastman School of Music as a Howard Hanson Visiting Professor, presenting two free recitals featuring his alluring yet mysterious music. On Wednesday, April 5, a concert given by classical guitarist and Eastman alumnus Dieter Hennings will include the Mexican-born Trigos's "Partita" — a texturally complex and lyrical work — and "Twelve Variations and Fugue on the 'Folia de España.'"
On Friday, April 7, the Eastman BroadBand ensemble and Italian soprano Daniela D'Ingiullo will present the world premiere performance of String Quartet No. 2 (with voice), in a concert that also includes Trigos's Sonata for Violin and Piano and his swirling, enigmatic Clarinet Concerto.
Both concerts are in Eastman's Hatch Recital Hall, 433 East Main Street, at 8 p.m. Free. 274-1000; esm.rochester.edu.