Jean-Guihen Queyras on ‘Telediario 2 TVE ‘(27 Mayo 2018) due to his last visit to Madrid in order to perform (‘Carta Blanca a Gabriel Erkoreka’) at Auditorio Nacional de Música with OCNE and André de Ridder.The broadcasting has an audience of 1.978.000 viewers (11,9 % share), being the leading TV news programme of the day and the forth TV programme on 27 May 2018.
Yuja Wang conquered the public with her recital at Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid, included in the ‘Ciclo de Grandes Intérpretes’ by Fundación Scherzo. A unique opportunity to enjoy with the most exciting pianist of our time playing works by Rachmaninov, Scriabin, Ligeti and Prokofiev. In addition, he delighted the spectators with six encores. Considered one of the most famous pianists worldwide, she arrived in Madrid after the success at Carnegie Hall in New York. Madrid has been the beginning of an european tour visiting Italy, Austria, Germany, England, Switzerland and France. His figure combines talent, virtuosity, energy, passion, sensitivity, avant-garde and connection with all kinds of audiences.
Yuja Wang will perform in Madrid on 22 May a recital at Auditorio Nacional de Música, included in ‘XXIII Ciclo de Grandes Intérpretes’ by Fundación Scherzo. It is a great opportunity to enjoy with the most exciting pianist of our time. She will play pieces of Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Scriabin and Ligeti.
Recognized as one of the most famous pianists worldwide, Yuja Wang caused a great sensation in her last spanish tour accompanied by Chamber Orchestra of Europe (January 2018). She combines talent, virtuosity, energy, passion, sensitivity and connection with all audiences. We are in front of a transgressor, eclectic and avant-garde woman who is committed to society.
William Christie and Les Arts Florissants conquered Oviedo and Barcelona with ‘The Creation’ by Haydn
William Christie and Les Arts Florissants have conquered both the audience and the critics performing ‘The Creation’ by Haydn on 13 May at Auditorio Príncipe Felipe in Oviedo and on the 14 at Palau de la Música de Catalana in Barcelona with Sandrine Piau (soprano), Hugo Hymas (tenor) and Alex Rosen (bass) as soloists.
Mahler Chamber Orchestra shines on their spanish tour
Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Daniele Gatti have shone on their recent spanish tour, which has included concerts at Sociedad Filarmónica de Bilbao, Auditorio de Zaragoza and Palau de la Música Catalana de Barcelona. In addition, the orchestra have moved in Barcelona with ‘Feel The Music’. This project invites deaf and hard-of-hearing children to discover music on their own terms.