He Monday 19 April the National Center for Musical Diffusion (CNDM) presents within its cycle Series 20/21 at audience 400 the Reina Sofia Museum a concert by the pianist Noelia Rodiles in which he will perform five works by Joan Magrané, composer in residence this season 20/21 CNDM. Among them will be heard an absolute premiere commissioned by the institution: Fantasy piece 4. Along with the five pieces by the Catalan musician, Noelia Rodiles will address various works of Franz Schubert, fostering a successful dialogue between the old and the new. According to the own Joan Magrané, “Schubert has always been a composer with whom I have felt very close. His music is synonymous with intimacy: with the interpreters (with your friends) and with the text (with poetry). Human music to the core, undoubtedly". For the composer, one of the most recognized in the contemporary Spanish scene, he Adagio in G major Schubert, "It is a work of discreet dimensions but rich in meaning: a humble and lyrical choir, of contained expressiveness, that unfolds throughout the piano register (the one of his time) between some flash of drama, following almost a structure of sonata form reduced to its minimum expression ". In the auditory 400 from the Reina Sofía other works by Magrané will resonate: Two pieces for piano –Piece recorded by Noelia Rodiles for her album The Butterfly Effect and nominated for a Grammy for 'Best Contemporary Classical Composition'- and the four pieces of the series Fantasy piece, the last of them in scoop. Along with the aforementioned Adagio in G major, the works by Franz Schubert that can be heard at Monday's concert are four impromptus Y Musical time.
Noelia Rodiles, musicality and refinement
The musical career of Noelia Rodiles includes concerts in the main venues of Spain, like the National Music Auditorium, Teatro Real, Auditorio de Zaragoza, Barcelona auditors, Palace of Catalan Music, Juan March Foundation, Palma Auditorium or Teatros del Canal, and in cycles and festivals such as "Young Interpreters" of the Scherzo Foundation, Schubertíada de Vilabertrán, Festival of Music and Dance in Granada, Madrid International Sacred Art Festival, Donostiarra Musical Fortnight or Soriano Musical Autumn, as well as in Germany, Italy, France, Poland, Tunisia, Bolivia and Jordan. as a soloist, Noelia Rodiles, He has played with orchestras such as the Principality of Asturias Symphony Orchestra, la Orquesta Heinrich Heine de Düsseldof, The Soloists of London, the City of Almería Orchestra, the Extremadura Symphony Orchestra, the Nacional d'Andorra or the Bética Chamber Orchestra among others, under the direction of teachers like Víctor Pablo Pérez, Michael Thomas, Marzio Conti, Ramón Tébar and Pablo Mielgo. His musical quality has been recognized in national and international piano competitions such as the “Rotary Club” of Palma de Mallorca and the “Ricard Viñes” of Lleida or the First Prize, unanimously, and the three special awards received in the National Piano Competition "Ciudad de Albacete". He also obtained the first prize in the Permanent Contest of Young Interpreters of Juventudes Musicales de España in the specialty of chamber music, as well as the award of the Festclásica Circuits. Noelia Rodiles has been described as “one of the most solid values of Spanish pianism, of international pianism ”after the publication of his first album, with works by Ligeti and Schubert (Solfa Recordings), critics recognized her as a "versatile pianist gifted with truly admirable musicality and refinement". (Justo Romero, Joke). His new album The Butterfly Effect (Eudora Records, 2020), which has deserved among other recognitions, the Golden Melomaniac, brings together works by Schumann, Schubert and Mendelssohn with commissions from the pianist herself to the Spanish composers Rueda, Del Puerto and Magrané. This latest piece has garnered a Latin Grammy Award nomination.
Noelia Rodiles concert in the Auditorium 400 of the Reina Sofía National Art Center Museum (Nnchhahris): Monday, 19 April 2021, 19:30h.
Auditorium Access 400: Ronda de Atocha street corner Argumosa street.
Free entry until full capacity is reached.