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  • Ensemble Cristofori
    Ensemble Cristofori
    Franz Schubert: "Andante un poco mosso", from Trio No. 2 in E flat major Op. 100 D 929
    8:50OCTOBER 26, 2016

    Schubert’s Piano Trio in E-flat major is one of the longest in music history. Its slow movement is based on a Swedish song of a popular nature that the composer became familiar with in an arrangement. This song, which is about loss and separation, plays with evocative modal elements with nostalgic affects that Schubert incorporated into his composition.

  • Manuel García's Le cinesi
    Manuel García's Le cinesi
    Opéra de salon
    4:08JANUARY 9, 2017

    A salon opera composed for piano and four voices in 1831, Le cinesi refers to the fascination that Europeans have had for Oriental culture for centuries. A Chinese-inspired aesthetic impregnates the entire production, from the furniture and the costumes to characterization and body language.

  • Fundación Juan March
    Fundación Juan March
    Chamber Music Theatre (2014-2017)
    0:51FEBRUARY 12, 2014

    In 2014 the Fundación Juan March launched the series Chamber Music Theatre, which was soon joined by the Teatro de la Zarzuela. The intention of the series was to defend an important repertory of stage music whose characteristics (small-scale works involving only a few performers) mean it is rarely performed in conventional theatres. In its first four years, nine works have been performed, several of them unpublished, which reveal connections and links between the works and their composers. Apart from teacher-pupil relationships (between Rimsky-Korsakov and Stravinsky) and family ties (between García y Viardot), the series has covered the continued existence of a genre like the tonadilla (Trilogía de tonadillas and El pelele), the French influence on Spanish theatre (Une éducation manquée and Los dos ciegos) and the neoclassical aesthetic of the twentieth century (Fantochines, Mavra and El pelele); a history of marginalised and invisible chamber music theatre, which this project seeks to revive.

  • DRAMA!
    DRAMA!
    Íñigo Giner: Enlightened
    7:31DECEMBER 7, 2016

    Enlightened is a work by Íñigo Giner for violoncello and LED light rings, conceived so that light and the performer’s gesture become integral parts of the work. This video combines the composer’s explanations with the work’s performance.

  • DRAMA!
    DRAMA!
    Tomás Virgós: L'electromechanique
    11:31DECEMBER 7, 2016

    La música clásica de la India presta su base teórica para la composición de L’electromechanique, obra de Tomás Virgós cuyo nombre alude al concepto resultante de mezclar instrumentos tradicionales (mecánicos) con un transformaciones eléctricas. Articulada en seis secciones, la obra recorre distintos rasa (estados emocionales), al tiempo que se apoya en una base armónica y tímbrica que genera una esfera consonante en torno a un tono fundamental y sus múltiples resonancias.

  • Alberto Rosado, piano
    Alberto Rosado, piano
    Olivier Messiaen: Préludes & Vingt regards sur l´Enfant-Jésus
    0:20NOVEMBER 30, 2016

    “No pido a los intérpretes que vean los mismos colores que yo, pero sí que vean colores, cada cual a su manera” (Olivier Messiaen). Cumpliendo el deseo de este compositor sinestésico, el diseño lumínico de este concierto reconstruye las analogías entre sonido y color a partir de los testimonios del propio Messiaen, envolviendo sus Preludios (páginas de juventud que según el compositor ocultan “estudios de color”) y sus brillantes Veinte miradas sobre el Niño Jesús.

  • Imri Talgam, piano
    Imri Talgam, piano
    Works by G. Ligeti
    1:06:29NOVEMBER 23, 2016

    György Ligeti first became familiar with M. C. Escher’s prints in 1974. Since then, he was fascinated by their impossible perspectives, the interweaving or progressive transformations that had a lot in common with the resources he used in his works.

  • Daniel Sepec, Roel Dieltiens & Andreas Staier
    Daniel Sepec, Roel Dieltiens & Andreas Staier
    L. van Beethoven: Trio in E flat Major Op. 70 No. 2, & F. Schubert: Trio No.º 1 in B flat minorr Op. 99
    1:11:03OCTOBER 12, 2016

    The Beethoven Op. 70 Trios, composed in 1808, seem to have served as a compositional model for an entire period of music history. Schubert would follow the four-movement form in his Trio no. 1 in B flat major Op. 99. However, the thematic treatment is very different in the two composers: while Beethoven leads the themes towards a conclusive ending, Schubert works the various themes throughout the work. In this video, both trios are performed on a fortepiano by Paul McNulty (2008), which reproduces an original Conrad Graf (c. 1810) model, similar to that used by Beethoven and Schubert.

  • Cuarteto Senza Misura
    Cuarteto Senza Misura
    César Camarero: Y era como si cesáramos de estar allí por un segundo interminable
    14:08OCTOBER 15, 2016

    César Camarero took the title of Y era como si cesáramos de estar allí por un segundo interminable ("And it was as if we ceased to be there for an interminable second") from a passage by Julio Cortázar. Like a night on which there are flashes of light, the work, premiered in 1994, explores the limits between sound and silence, between music and noise.

  • Capella Prolationum & Ensemble La Danserye
    Capella Prolationum & Ensemble La Danserye
    Charles V and the imperial music
    52:20OCTOBER 28, 2016

    Ministriles y cantantes dieron forma a la imagen sonora de Carlos V. La canción Mille Regretz, favorita del emperador, sirve como eje para el repertorio de este concierto, iniciado con una procesión por el entorno de la Fundación. Las voces y los instrumentos de la época reconstruyen con particular detalle los sonidos que reflejaban la magnificencia de su reinado.

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