By David Steinberg Pianists Fred Sturm and Alejandro Cremaschi will pay tribute to Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera in a concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Outpost Performance Space. The concert is in recognition of the 100th anniversary of Ginastera’s birth. “Ginastera is probably among the foremost Latin American composers,” said Sturm, an Albuquerque resident. He said the concert developed out of Cremaschi’s all-Ginastera program in Boulder, Colo. The Argentine-born Cremaschi is piano professor at the University of Colorado. “So I investigated some possibilities and decided it made sense to do a program that kind of set the stage for Ginastera with other nationalistic Latin American music around the time when Ginastera started to write and who influenced him,” Sturm said. Sturm opens the Albuquerque concert with Ernesto Nazareth’s Brejeiro”, using it to show the African roots of Latin American rhythms. Then he will play several works of Heitor Villa-Lobos - the Alma Brasileira and Saudades das Selvas Brasileiras.(cq all) At the end of the first half Cremaschi will play Ginastera’s “Tres Piezas” and “Doce Preludios Americanos.” To start the second half of the program Sturm will perform Miguel del Aguila’s Piano Sonata No. 2 followed by Cremaschi playing Ginastera’s “Milonga” and “Suite de dancers criollos.” Del Aguila, who is from Uruguay, was influenced by Ginastera, Sturm said. Cremeschi has edited a new edition of Ginastera’s “Preludios Americanos” that is to be published this year. Tickets for the concert are $20 general public and $15 students and Outpost members in advance at the Outpost, at www.outpostspace.org or at the door. The Outpost is located at 210 Yale SE.