What You'll Get
Prizewinning Spanish pianist Josu de Solaun tackles the most famous work by his composer-countryman Enrique Granados, Goyescas, a grand romantic piece inspired by the paintings of Francisco Goya. It's also notoriously difficult to play, though de Solaun has plenty of the requisite dexterity and power. In addition, he's set to perform two sets of Brahms' piano pieces. Coming to New York from Spain at the age of 17, de Solaun has since earned a bachelor, master's and doctorate degrees from the Manhattan School of Music, and has appeared in recital and with orchestras all over the globe, including at the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall. Don't miss this edition of the Miami International Piano Festival's Sunday series at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center, which includes a post-concert reception.
Program (subject to change):
Johannes Brahms: Six Piano Pieces, Op. 118
Johannes Brahms: Four Piano Pieces, Op. 119
Enrique Granados: Goyescas (1911)
I. Gallantries and Flirtations
II. Love Dialogue by the Window Gate
III. The Candlelit Fandango
IV. The Maiden and the Nightingale
V. Love and Death (Ballade)
VI. Serenade of the Ghost
The Fine Print
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