The pianist Juan Carlos Garvayo, violinist Cecilia Bercovich and cellist José Miguel Gómez They founded in 1966 in Madrid trio Arbós, formation with which among a collection of awards, They were recognized with the National Music Prize 2013. With this attractive name, the group took the celebrated director, Spanish violinist and composer Enrique Fernandez Arbós, returns to Notes cycle Ambigú the Teatro de la Zarzuela to continue the journey started last season with a proposal that goes through the genialities Chamber Music with Spanish seal and next Monday 1 of April (20h00) It will stop at a new station with a program dedicated to some of the musical prodigies in this format composed Enrique Granados, Felipe Pedrell and Joaquin Malats.
Being one of the groups most prestigious Spanish chamber both within and beyond our borders, this second appears as a exclusive appointment and different, If you consider to be more than a hundred spectators who can enjoy the musical itinerary proposed.
He repertoire of the Trio Arbós ranges from masterpieces of classicism and romanticism (Mozart integrals, Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann, etc.) to music of our time. One of its main objectives has been, precisely, the contribution to the enrichment of literature for piano trio through the commissioning of new works.
The Trio Arbós It performs regularly in major concert halls and festivals throughout more than 30 countries, get over her twenty recordings and for four seasons, It was established as residence set in Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid.
The recital trio Arbós They preceded those of Ángel Ruiz, who made a nostalgic trip through some of the most emblematic boleros; Chapel Ministrers on the music of the Spanish Golden Age; the bass Rubén Amoretti dedicated to tango; Marina Monzó Y Rubén Fernández Aguirre on compositions Manuel Garcia and Gioachino Rossini; which Ramón Grau He devoted himself to piano music by Albeniz, Granados and Falla; or concert-tribute Enrique Viana for the 200 years of the Museo del Prado. In the cycle still outstanding baritone recitals Joan Martin-Royo with Felipe Pedrell ' (28 of May), soprano Sonia de Munck with Antonio Machado ' (24 of June) and singer and actress Sylvia Parejo with 'Golden Musical' (1 of July).