trio Arbós

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).

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).

Benjamin Grosvenor

Known for its electrical and penetrating interpretations, the young British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor It will be responsible for programming resume Cycle Great Performers Foundation Scherzo after the summer break. Grosvenor, one of the most sought after performers in the world, will debut next 9 October on stage National Music Auditorium with a program that includes works of Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Granados and Ravel.

Critic The New York Times David Allen has said that he commands the stage with an aristocratic ease ... Grosvenor makes you sigh with joy ... a strange feature in the past, and much more today ". His virtuous inspiration in the most strenuous technical complexities never compromises the depth and intelligence of his interpretations. Grosvenor is renowned for its personal sound and described as "poetic and subtly ironic, sparkly, clearheaded but with humor, everything translates marvelously through crisp detail” (The Independent).

In 2004, to the 11 years, Grosvenor piano won the final of the BBC Young Musician Competition. Since then, It has become an internationally renowned pianist, performing concerts with renowned orchestras such as the London Philharmonic, RAI Torino, the New York Philharmonic, Philarmonia Orchestra, Gewandhaus Orchestra Leipzig, Tokyo Symphony; and he has presented at the Royal Festival Hall, Barbican Centre, Victoria Hall Singapore, The Frick Collection and Carnegie Hall, among other.

With 19 years, Benjamin performed with the BBC Symphony on the first night of the BBC Proms, filling the Royal Albert Hall. He returned to the BBC Proms in 2012 along with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Charles Dutoit and, in 2014, with the BBC Philharmonic and Gianandrea Noseda. In 2015 He debuted on the last night of this cycle of concerts with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Marin Alsop.

His recent and upcoming projects include collaborations with the Boston Symphony, the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne, with the orchestras of Cleveland, Gulbenkian and Hallé, the Gewandhaus Orchestra Leipzig, La Scala Philharmonic; and its projects with the London Symphony and orchestras of Melbourne, San Francisco, Singapore, Tokio y la Washington National Symphony. Its main recitals include performances at the Vienna Konzerthaus, Theater des Champs Elysees de París, Music Building the Ámsterdam, Carnegie Hall, New York, Konzerthaus Berlin, Barbican Center, Musashino Civic Cultural Hall de Tokio, Lucerne festivals and Gilmore, La Roque d'Antheron, in international series of Southbank Center, and his first tour of Latin America.

In Spain, Grosvenor debuted at the Palau de la Música Catalana (Piano 100) before reaching this 2018 Great Performers cycle at the Auditorio Nacional de Madrid. Next year will be his first performance with the National Orchestra of Spain and return to Palau de la Música Catalana.

Grosvenor is exclusive Decca artist for and sign discs after the recital.

This will be the seventh concert of the 23rd season of Great Performers Series of the Scherzo Foundation. In addition to Grosvenor, the public can enjoy three other appointments more: Murray Perahia (13 November); Jan Lisiecki (11 December); and the extraordinary concert by the director Gustavo Dudamel – which he garnered a huge, resounding success in the previous season – returning to the cycle in front of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra (20 of September). Along the 2018, pianists Mitsuko Uchida extensive experience as, Grigori Sokolov o Radu Lupu, They have shared the stage with talented young artists as Yuja Wang.

The ticket price is set from the 25 euros. Young people under 26 years may attend concerts 10 euros going to the National Auditorium box office half an hour before the start of the concert. Throughout more than two decades of life of this cycle sponsored by El País and Cadena Ser, They have acted almost a hundred pianists in more than 200 concerts. These figures have become one of the best in their specialty cycles at European level.

National Music Auditorium in Madrid, 19:30 hours

French Suite No. 5 in G Major, BWV 81
Sonata No. 13 in B flat major, K. 333
Barcarola on. 60
Two pieces of Goyescas:
the requiebros
Pestle and nightingale
Gaspard of the night

The Cuarteto Quiroga Y Javier Perianes interpret the next 26 in January National Auditorium and the day 27 at Palau de la Musica in Barcelona quintets with piano Enrique Granados Y Joaquin Turina, works recorded for the label mundi harmony on a disc that was released last November and has garnered extraordinary critical in different specialized media worldwide. This is the first recording of these pieces by Spanish performers within a stamp of international prestige.
We had to wait more than seventy years to hear, under the same recording, unfrequented three pieces of great Spanish masters. The form two quintets born in the early creative stages of Granados (1867-1916) and Turina (1882-1949) written with 12 years apart for more than a century. The works marked the recognition of both musicians both nationally and internationally.
Over the coming months the project will be presented in one of the temples of chamber music, Wigmore Hall in London.
Criticism has welcomed with great acclaim and the album has been highlighted as exceptional in the magazine Scherzo, He has received the Pizzicato Supersonic Award and recognized as one of the best albums 2015 Miami Classics and NDR Radio.

National Music Award 2012, Javier Perianes has been described as "a pianist with impeccable and refined taste, endowed with an extraordinary sound warmth " (The Telegraph). His international career spans five continents, with presence in venues such as the Royal Festival Hall in London, Carnegie Hall in New York, el Théâtre des Champs Elysées in París, la Philharmonie of Berlín, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory or the Suntory Hall in Tokyo.
The season 2015-16 Perianes includes concerts with the Wiener Philharmoniker, Chicago Symphony, Boston Symphony, Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, Tonkünstler, Paris Chamber Orchestra there Orchestra of St. Luke’s (Carnegie Hall), and a month of touring with various formations by Australia and New Zealand.
His previous concert season, highlights several prestigious debuts among which include the Orchester de Paris, Washington National Symphony, San Francisco Symphony y BBC Scottish. Invited by many leading directors in the world, Perianes has worked with teachers as Daniel Barenboim, Charles Dutoit, Zubin Mehta, Lorin Maazel, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Daniel Harding, Yuri Temirkanov, Juanjo Mena, Lopez Cobos, Josep Pons, Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Robin Ticciati, Thomas Dausgaard Y Vasily Petrenko.
It is an exclusive artist label harmonia mundi. His album dedicated to Failure, It is including Nights in the Gardens of Spain and a selection of pieces for piano, He was nominated for a Latin Grammy 2012. More recently it hits the market a live recording of the Piano Concerto Grieg with the BBC Symphony Orchestra Sakari Oramo and teacher. The Gramophone magazine pointed:"You have to be really brave to record the Grieg Piano Concerto […] but the young virtuoso interpretation of Spanish Javier Perianes is a brilliance and boldness such that virtually erases the memories of the past ".

Cuarteto Quiroga
The Cuarteto Quiroga, resident in charge of the palatal collection of Stradivarius decorated the Royal Palace of Madrid group, It is considered one of the most unique groups and assets of the new European generation. It is internationally recognized among critics and audiences by the strong personality of his character as a quartet and its bold and refreshing interpretations, Besides his work in search of new audiences and meetings in alternative scenarios as factories, prisons and hospitals.
Awarded in several international competitions for string relevant formations (Bordeaux, Borciani, Beijing, Genéve, Fnapec-Paris, Palau de Barcelona ...), the quartet is common at major venues and festivals in Europe and America, with outstanding presence at Lincoln Center New York, Wigmore Hall London, Philarmonie Berlin, Frick Collection New York, Da Camera Los Angeles, Heidelberg spring, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, De Doelen in Rotterdam, Madrid National Auditorium, Nybrokajen Stockholm, Les Invalides in Paris, Barcelona auditors, Gonfallone Rome, Liceo de Cámara Madrid, Bilbao Philharmonic, Martinu Hall Prague, Musical Fortnight Donostiarra, Kaisersaal Frankfurt, Buenos Aires, Bogotá, Teatro Solís Montevideo, National Gallery Washington DC), and his concerts have been recorded and broadcast by National Radio of Spain (RNE), RadioFrance, BBC3, Rai, MezzoTv, RadioSueca-P2, SWR2, WDR3, Sony…
In 2007 They received the "Critical Eye" Award, It is given annually by National Radio of Spain. Deeply involved with the teaching of chamber music, every summer master classes taught at the International Music Course Llanes. They are responsible for the Chair of String Quartet of the Conservatory of Music of Aragon and regularly invited to give master to the National Youth Orchestra of Spain and conservatories and universities in Spain classes, Holland, Sweden, Colombia, US and Arab Emirates.
According to The New York Times style it is "exquisite, with fresh interpretations, precise and perfectly balanced, drawn with consistently warm tones ".

Quartet members QUIROGA
Aitor Hevia, violin
Cibrán Sierra, violin
Josep Puchades, viola
Helena Poggio, violoncello


“Beautifully played by Javier Perianes and Cuarteto Quiroga.”
Stephen Pritchard, The Guardian

“Javier Perianes was inexorable and the Quartet Quiroga engrave together. You know what share: his interpretive concept, the intuition, a discreet intelligence and tenacity. ”
Luis Suñén, Revista Scherzo

“A strong and supple bond of ensemble…luminous, animated, sensitive performance.”
Lionel Salter, Gramophone

“The musicians breathe life, light and chiaroscuro to this music (…) interpretations full of skill and sensitivity.”
Annette Morreau, BBC Music Magazine

“The interpretations presented both works with more light.”
Michael Dervan, The Irish Times

“Disk interpretations are simply extraordinary. The flight Quartet and pianist, sometimes without engine, runs on perfectly parallel lines; understanding and complicity is complete, and delivery of the five musicians to the cause is truly admirable.”
Pedro Gonzalez Look, Beckmesser

“Justice has been done, Perianes - superb record in his first collaboration camarística - and Quiroga - a new eximio quartet to follow - Saldan debt with their compatriots with a disc where both composers as interpreters confirm the virtues of a prodigiously mature youth. An excellent surprise that validates that critical recommendation "Buy this album". You will not regret.”
Sebastian Spreng, Miami Classic

“The sonorous elegance of Javier Perianes the piano and talent arollador Boys Quartet Quiroga Levan pentagrams to the summit.”
Juan García – Rico, Expansion