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Concert 12/6/2020 12:00 PM

Concert/The March CollectionsYoung performers (IX)The cello, popular and classical

Andrea Casarrubios, Andrei Licaret, Antonio Galera, Iris Azquinezer, Gabriel Ureña, Patxi Aizpiri, Beatriz Blanco and Federico Bosco

Works by R. V. Williams, E. Bloch, L. van Beethoven and A. Franchomme

Beethoven led the driving force behind the emancipation of the cello as a solo instrument. His corpus of sonatas demonstrated a new dimension of the instrument and opened the way for a repertoire of virtuosic writing, apparent in the work of Franchomme. Over time, the cello would also reflect the influx of popular musics, which served as a source of inspiration and extension of its horizons. The compositions of Vaughan Williams and Ernest Bloch reflect this influence.

    1. Andrea Casarrubios y Andrei Licaret
      1. Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
      1. Seis estudios sobre temas populares ingleses
    2. Iris Azquinezer y Antonio Galera
      1. Ernest Bloch (1880-1959)
      1. From Jewish life
      1. Ernest Bloch
      1. Méditation Hébraïque
    3. Gabriel Ureña y Patxi Aizpiri
      1. Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
      1. 7 Variations on "Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen" from The Magic Flute by Mozart WoO 46
    4. Beatriz Blanco y Federico Bosco
      1. Auguste Franchomme (1808-1884)
      1. Duo concertante sobre un motivo de Anna Bolena Op.23
Los intérpretes, por orden de aparición, son: Andrea Casarrubios, violonchelo y Andrei Licaret, piano; Iris Azquinezer, violonchelo y Antonio Galera, piano; Gabriel Ureña, violonchelo y Patxi Aizpiri, piano y Beatriz Blanco, violonchelo y Federico Bosco, piano