Josue Kennedy Nunez
Josue Kennedy Nunez began his studies in piano at the age of 9 under the guidance of Professor Emilio Bonilla in Santiago, Dominican Republic. At the age of 10, he made his debut in a solo recital at the Cibao Grand Theatre. In 2012, Josue moved to New York City to continue his musical studies with Marc Ponthus after earning a full scholarship to study at the Third Street Music School Settlement. In 2020, Josue completed his undergraduate studies at the Manhattan School of Music under the guidance of Daniel Epstein on a full scholarship.
In 2019, Josue was invited to give a recital at the Organization of the American States in Washington, DC. He later gave a solo recital at the Cultural Commission of the Dominican Republic and was chosen to play at the first Dominican Cultural Fair in NYC. Since his arrival in the United States, Josue has had the opportunity to perform in many exciting venues in New York, including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Steinway Hall, United Palace, Merkin Hall, Dimenna Center, and more. In 2016, he received a proclamation by the Senate of New York for his achievements in the Arts.
After finishing his undergraduate studies, Josue became a member of Direction of Arts In the Exterior of the Dominican Republic and hold the title of Faculty member in the organization.Back