Composer & Conductor

Iván Enrique Rodríguez’s music has crossed frontiers from P.R. to the U.S., North/South America and, Europe. Named a Puerto Rican Heritage Ernesto Malave Scholar of the Arts, he has been recognized with awards like ASCAP Leonard Bernstein Award, Edward T. Cone Composition Institute, American Composers Orchestra EarShot Program among others. Read More…



The Symphony widens its impact radius

“There will be, among other great surprises, the young composer Angélica Negrón with the work Te he perdido; the premiere of Puerto Rican Iván Enrique Rodríguez, Las Puertas de Cuerno y Marfil (The Gates of Horn and Ivory); in concert to Guillermo Figueroa, a former OSPR director, and his sister the pianist Ivonne Figueroa; Chilean work Carlos Ruiz on his 103 birthday and Gilberto Santa Rosa will join in concert, still without date…”

– Jorge Rodríguez; El Vocero Newspaper; September 4th, 2019

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As Maestro Egarr clearly stated, one only needs to read and do some simple research to know that music meant serious emotional stuff to people in the 17th century, and I would dare say earlier and later in history too. But today… how do we listen today?
— from "Music was a passionate thing. Why should we soften the edges now?"