By obviousness of our own nature, few are the occasions when an artist has the opportunity to celebrate 75 year career, and even less to do it in active and full of light. This is the case, but nevertheless, of one of the most flamboyant interpreters that our music has given and beyond: universal music. He pianist Joaquín Achúcarro, that fulfills his wedding of brilliants with the stage, will commemorate it in style next Saturday 8 of May (20h00) with a recital in the Cycle of Concerts of the Teatro de la Zarzuela.

Since his debut as a concert performer being just a child of 13 years, Achúcarro's career has always been characterized by great and continuous successes, as well as for the high recognitions received together with the leading figures of each moment, but above all for his special and intimate way of understanding music and the instrument. The artist, with the curiosity of that child of extraordinary precocity, poses numerous questions to the piano itself, talk with him and also transfer to the works all the questions that they raise in him through the keys and intelligence; and it does, keep doing it, determined to know the mysteries that both entail, instrument and composition, both reunited in a single and exciting enigma. She does it to share her answer with everyone willing to listen to her..

The trip planned for such a special occasion is presumed deeply pleasant: Debussy, Mompou, Albéniz, Ravel, Godowski…, all of them life companions through their lavish creations.

Therefore, Joaquín Achúcarro returns to the Teatro de la Zarzuela, where so many successes has lived, and he does it to write this new and necessary point and followed by joy. To share with the public the celebration of an intense life shaped by music.

Ramón Grau

The new appointment of the Notes cycle Ambigú of the Teatro de la Zarzuela It is one of those high-flying. He young prodigy pianist Ramón Grau (Úbeda, Jaén, 1989) He proposes a program dedicated entirely to Spanish music composed for piano, and composers “guests” They can not be better chosen: Isaac Albeniz, Enrique Granados and Manuel de Falla. The appointment is today, Tuesday 18 from December, from 20h00, with the sold out.

From Albéniz, the lucky audience will enjoy 'Spanish Suite, on. 47’ and 'Evocación’ and 'Triana’ of the ‘Suite Iberia’, considered one of the greatest works composed for this instrument. As to Granados, Grau perform two of the pieces lcomponen ‘Goyescas’: The bubbler’ and 'the lamp Fandango'. And close the concert with the 'Fantasy baetica’ from Failure.

He Teatro de la Zarzuela It will thus become a space different concerts thanks to his new ambigú; increasingly full of life. Coffee will again be exclusive and privileged music room, where what matters is the proximity between artists and the public; the inspiring privacy which it can hardly be achieved in a large concert hall.

A concert Ramón Grau They preceded those of Chapel Ministrers on the music of the Spanish Golden Age, the bass Rubén Amoretti dedicated to the tango and the Marina Monzó Y Rubén Fernández Aguirre on compositions Manuel Garcia and Gioachino Rossini, and will follow those of the singer and actor Ángel Ruiz with 'Boleros' (21 from January), the show Enrique Viana 'Night at the Prado', which will be performed twice in the ambigú Theater (14 Y 15 February) and one in the auditorium Prado Museum (22 February), he trio Arbós with the second installment of 'Chamber Music' (1 of April), baritone 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).

Javier Perianes

Javier Perianes, one of the greatest pianists projection of the current music scene, ha diseñado un programa que vincula la obra de Debussy, Albéniz Y Failure para el recital que ofrecerá el próximo 29 in March National Music Auditorium in Madrid in the cycle Great Performers Foundation Scherzo. Farfetched conjecture universes Albeniz and Falla without the fundamental reference of France. Imposible intuir tantas páginas de la música gala sin las claves del folclore hispano. Todo esencializado en La Puerta del vino, el preludio en el que Debussy – que nunca estuvo en Granada – captó la magia de La Alhambra. Como preámbulo, la música mágica de Schubert, tan vinculada, ya desde sus inicios, al pianismo puro de Perianes.

National Music Award 2012, la carrera internacional de Javier Perianes abarca cinco continentes con conciertos que le han llevado a algunas de las salas más prestigiosas del mundo y a trabajar con directores como Daniel Barenboim, Zubin Mehta, Charles Dutoit, Lorin Maazel, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Vasily Petrenko, Daniel Harding, Yuri Temirkanov, Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Vladimir Jurowski, Sakari Oramo, Jesus Lopez Cobos, Josep Pons, Juanjo Mena O Pablo Heras-Casado, y con orquestas como la Filarmónica de Viena, Chicago Symphony, Boston Symphony, San Francisco, Atlanta, Cleveland, New York Philharmonic, London Symphony, London Philharmonic, Concertgebouw y Orchestre de Paris, among other.

La temporada actual de Perianes incluye debuts junto a la Philharmonia Orchestra, Münchner Philharmoniker, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Hamburg Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, Finnish y Swedish Radio symphony orchestras y una gira de recitales por Norteamérica y Sudamérica (Washington, NY, Vancouver, San Francisco, Quito, Bogotá, Lima, Santiago de Chile y Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires).

Artista exclusivo del sello harmonia mundi, esta temporada presenta un proyecto dedicado a las sonatas D.960 y D. 664 Schubert, que aparece este mes de marzo en el sello harmonia mundi, y el pasado mes de septiembre registró en vivo el Concierto Nr. 3 de Bartók junto a la Münchner Philharmoniker y Pablo Heras- Casado así como el Concierto en Sol de Ravel junto a la Orchestre de Paris y Josep Pons. El anterior álbum de Perianes, “Encuentro,” junto a la cantaora Estrella Morente, está dedicado a las canciones de Lorca y Falla así como al Amor Brujo para piano solo.

La 22ª temporada del Ciclo de Grandes Intérpretes fue inaugurada por el pianista Daniil Trifonov. Between January and November 2017 a dozen concerts are scheduled: nueve recitales de piano y un concierto extraordinario de la Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar junto al Orfeó Català el próximo jueves 16 de Marzo. The 22nd edition of the Great Interpreters Cycle will bring together musicians of the stature of Grigory Sokolov, Christian Zacharias, Angela Hewitt, Vladimir Ashkenazy O Piotr Anderzewski.


Fiorenza Cedolins

Fiorenza Cedolins, one of the great divas of the latest generation of lyrical singers returns to Teatro de la Maestranza, Where, in 2011 He thrilled the audience with his great Elizabeth of Valois in Verdi's Don Carlo, this time to show her nude art in a recital of arias accompanied by the Belarussian pianist Inessa Filistovich.

Possessing one of the most interesting lyrical voices comprehensive record of our days Fiorenza Cedolins has been, throughout his career, a model of professionalism and love of "bel canto". Critics have unanimously praised its warm timbre, his clear diction and painstaking technique have allowed, since its inception, face a repertoire ranging from Verdi to Verismo first, not forgetting the Bellini Norma.

On the evening of Sunday, will perform works by Puccini, Albéniz, Falvo, Cotrrau, Granados, Giordano, Manuel de Falla, Glinka O Mascagni, among other composers who made the "bel canto", in a period or other, one of the most exciting musical expressions of History.

For this occasion,, as it has been happening regularly for a few years, Fiorenza Cedolins will be accompanied by pianist Inessa Filistovich, regular contributor to La Scala in Milan and other great performers like Mirella Freni, Jaume Aragall O Bruno Cavallo.

tickets, whose prices range from 36 € Patio and 21 € to Paradise, They can be purchased at the theater box office, or via the Internet on the web

15 of March 2015, to 20,30 hours



Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)

Vissi d'arte Tosca

Oh my dear daddy de Gianni Schicchi

Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909)

malagueña from Spain

Rodolfo Falvo (1873-1937)

Dicitenciello VUJE

Teodoro Cottrau (1827-1879)

Saint Lucia

William Cottrau (1797-1847)

Fenesta ca lucive, atribuido Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835)

Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846-1916)

A vucchella

Salvatore Cardillo (1874-1947)

Core 'ngrato

Luigi Denza (1846-1922)


Enrique Granados (1867-1916)

Andalusian Twelve Spanish dances

Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)

In those soft lace of Manon Lescaut

You who gel inhabitant Turandot



Umberto Giordano (1867-1948)

The dead mother Andrea Chénier

Mikhail Glinka (1804-1857)

Nocturne "The Separation’

Fernando Obradors (1897-1945)

The more subtle hair

Manuel de Failure (1876-1946)

Nana Seven Spanish folksongs

Arrigo Boito (1842-1918)

Last night under the sea de Mefistofele

Rodion Shchedrín (1932)

The Albéniz

Pietro Mascagni (1863-1945)

Son few flowers L'amico Fritz

You know it or mom de Cavalleria rusticana