CLASSICAL MUSIC SEASON
19 JAN — 23 FEB 2016
As every year, Museo ABC collaborates with Fundación Albéniz to organize the sixth classical music series of Entrenotas during the months of January and February. Young musicians who study in the School of Music Reina Sofía and in the International Institute of Chamber Music of Madrid are supported and invited to form part of the chamber ensembles of the performance in order to show their work to the public and help the widest possible audience understand and enjoy classical music.
Escuela Superior is the most important program of Fundación Albéniz. It is an institution dedicated to promoting music by spreading, teaching, researching and creating. The Foundation started in 1972 when Paloma O’Shea, as the president, founded the Santander International Piano Competition with the aim to help young musicians. Her Majesty Queen Sofia of Spain, Honorary President, gave her name to the School and closely follows the activities.
The importance of Chamber Music in the country’s artistic life and the maturity of the young musicians led Fundación Albéniz to undertake, in 2005, the creation of the International Institute of Chamber Music of Madrid –a specialist graduate school– that works with the Ministry of Culture, the Community, the Madrid City Council and Fundación Caja Madrid. One of the pillars of the School is its intense artistic life, which puts into practice the idea that the stage is the natural extension of the classroom.
19th January / 7.30 p.m.
Händel de Puertos del Estado.
Paolo Tagliamento, violín; Ivan Görnemann, violín; Raquel de Benito, viola; David Martín, violonchelo. They will perform pieces by Johann S. Bach, Max Reger y Franz J. Haydn
26th January / 7.30 p.m.
Piano recital by Pierre Delignies.
He will perform pieces by Johann S. Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Franz Liszt y Sergei Rachamaninov
02nd / 7.30 p.m.
Violin and. Dúo Debussy.
Abel Rodríguez, violin and Alice Burla, piano. They will perform pieces by Ludwig van Beethoven, Claude Débussy and Sergei Prokofiev.
09th February / 7.30 p.m.
Banco de España Arriaga Group.
Rubén Mendoza, violin; Héctor Cámara, viola; Alejandro Viana, violoncello; Anastasia Vorotnaya, piano. They will perform pieces by Wolfgang A. Mozart and Robert Schumann.
16th February / 7.30 p.m.
Florian Schötz, violin; Pinchas Adt, violin; Cristoph Vandory, viola and Raphael Paratore, violoncello. They will perform pieces by Franz Schubert, Wolfgang A. Mozart and Robert Schumann.
23rd February / 7.30 p.m.
O Globo Quintet.
Gala Kossakowski, flute; Mercedes Guzmán, oboe; Ferran Arbona, clarinet; Miguel García, bassoon and Diego Incertis, French horn. They will perform pieces by Malcom Arnold, Giuseppe M.Cambini, Jacques Ibert y Carl Nielsen.
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