Flamenco Piano by Pablo Rubén Maldonado 12/12/2020


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Considered one of the best pianists in current flamenco, a musician with flamenco roots and a gypsy family, where we can find Antonio Cujón, founder of the Granada zambra, his musical background has been enriched with other styles such as classical music, jazz, Afro-Caribbean, Indian, pop, tango, funk or electronic music, leading him to create his own language: Flamenco on the piano without imitating the guitar.

• Como pasa el tiempo. 5/8
• Mi esencia eres tu. Tanguillos
• Melodías grises. Media Siguiriya
• Cautivo de mi destino. Bulería
• El anhelo de tus besos. Alegrías
• Secuelas de una dictadura. Farruca
• Vivo como mi mente. Media siguiriya y siguiriya
• La esperanza nace. Bulería
• Granada. Tangos
• Ansiedad mi locura. Siguiriya
• El mundo no despierta, pero yo sigo cantando. Soleá
• Fuego fatuo del Amor brujo. Adaptación.


Beethoven. From darkness to light. Piano by Javier Herguera 12/19/2020

A program full of contrasts, lights and shadows, stormy, warm, human and divine.


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Four of the most representative and beautiful works to honor this colossal revolutionary on the 250th anniversary of his birth.

The two sonatas that open both parts of the concert are the darkest of the entire cycle. With the first symptoms of deafness at the age of 27, Beethoven composed his sonata “Patética”, with an emotional tension that had never been experienced before on the piano. On the contrary, the sonata Op.14 Nº1, from the same period, offers a fresh and luminous vision of Beethoven's imaginative world. In the same way, the two sonatas of the second part of the concert offer us this same omnipresent contrast in Beethoven's life between the light and the darkness of his own existence. The famous "Claro de Luna" sonata begins with one of the saddest movements in history, the result of his relationship with Countess Giuletta Giucciardi, while the Sonata "Los adioses" shows us the most optimistic and joyful Beethoven before his imminent return. of his great friend the Archduke Rudolph of Austria after the occupation of Vienna during the French occupation.


Sonata Nº8 Op. 13 “Patética”

1. Grave- Allegro

2. Adagio cantábile

3. Rondó

Sonata Nº9 Op. 14 Nº1

1. Allegro

2. Allegretto

3. Rondó

Sonata Nº14 Op. 27 Nº2 “Claro de Luna”

1. Adagio sostenuto

2. Allegretto

3. Presto agitato

Sonata Nº26 Op. 81a “Los adioses”

1. La despedida. Adagio-Allegro

2. La ausencia. Andante espressivo

2. El retorno. Vivacissimamente

Remembering Carnegie Hall. Piano by Eduardo Frías 01/16/2021

The Pianist of Elegance.



- Sonata for cello and Piano: Those Who Couldn’t Wave Goodbye.
- Two Etudes for Piano: I. We Are Forthcoming Pass.
- Two Etudes for Piano: II. Hammering Nails.
- Genius Suite for Sara: I. Haydniana.
- Genius Suite for Sara: II. Mozartiana.
- Genius Suite for Sara: III. Chopiniana.
- Four Piano Fantasies: I. The Lonelyness of the Central Park Runner
- Four Piano Fantasies: II. Will Not Remove My Hope
- Four Piano Fantasies: III. Who Remembers the Beauty When Sadness Knocks at Your Door?
- Four Piano Fantasies: IV. Streams
- In the Still of the Night
- Lullaby for the Son of a Pianist

Between Improvisation and Virtuosity. Piano by Francisco Fierro 01/30/2021


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F. Fierro – Preludio
F. Fierro- 4 improvisaciones.. incluido el Adagio.
J. Brahms – 2 Capriccios Op. 76 - Fa # menor no. 1 y Si menor no. 2
Balada en Sol menor Op. 118
A. Liadov – Preludio en Re b Mayor Op. 57 no. 1
Barcarola en Fa # Mayor Op. 44
Preludio en Si menor Op. 11 no. 1
S. Lyapunov – Estudio Transcendental no. 10 “Lezghynka”
C. Debussy – Reverie
M. Balakirev – “Islamey” Fantasía Oriental. Balakirev.

From the very beginning of the history of music, people who were dedicated to this art created melodies, harmonies and musical forms, expressing themselves spontaneously and naturally through improvisation. Over the years this tradition was maintained and developed during different times and periods of history, giving rise to the varied styles and techniques that musicians cultivated and spread throughout the world. It is essential to understand that musicians, composers, interpreters and improvisers were one thing in the past and that the separation and specification of each of them is a modern custom. Absolutely all the great composers including Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, including Liszt, Chopin or Rachmaninov and including keyboard virtuosos like Joseph Hofmann or Vladimir Horowitz as examples, were born improvisers. The true nature of music lay in understanding and making language something of its own, individual and organic. The idea of the program presented is to honor this great lost tradition, with the desire that it be recovered and instilled from the most basic teachings of the modern musician.