Mario Prisuelos opens next 15 October the cycle Series 20/21 National Broadcasting Music Center (CNDM) in the auditory 400 MNCARS (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía), with a concert in which he will play the 24 preludes Shostakovich, a set of small pieces for solo piano, released by the Soviet composer and pianist himself in 1933. The program includes, Besides, the 24 interludes Spanish composer for piano Jesús Rueda, CNDM composer in residence for the season 2018/2019.
Mario Prisuelos reaches the Madrid audience after the premiere of oceanic (concert with scenic dancer Maximiliano Sandford, which combines dance and music through some of the essential works of the XX and XXI centuries) Festival of Contemporary Music "Cristobal Halffter". In November, Madrid pianist will start a new tour of the Americas, which since its debut at Carnegie Hall in New York she has performed numerous recitals, and it is frequently required to offer masterclasses. True to its commitment to the dissemination of Spanish music; in this new tour of the United States, Mario Prisuelos tour the northeast of the country from Pennsylvania to Atlantic Coast (New Jersey), and will travel to the city of Los Angeles in southern California to play two universal Catalan musicians (Albeniz and Granados). further, as a performer who likes to show the public the music of our composers, in his American tour he will premiere the play "Two Preludes for Piano" Cantabrian composer Israel Lopez Estelche, and works by Teresa Catalán and Joan Magrané.