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Mario Prisuelos Master Classes and Concert

On Friday, November 4th we were blessed to have Mario Prisuelos play a concert at our very own Rosita Segovia Theatre. Born in Madrid, Mario Prisuelos studied at the Royal Conservatory of Music, then trained further in Vienna under the direction of Leonid Brumberg, subsequently finishing in Madrid with Humberto Quagliata. Prisuelos is considered one of the most relevant pianists of his generation, as stated by the critics, as demonstrated by his concerts and confirmed by his enormous European and American activity.

He recently completed an extensive tour in the United States, debuting in New York's Carnegie Hall, together with concerts among others in the National Auditorium in Madrid, IRCAM in Paris or at Zagreb Music Academy.

Mr. Prisuelos' concert followed a wonderful week of master classes with our music


Sonata No. 1 by G. Benda
Piano - Mateo Oliva (teacher - Ileana Cortizo)
1st Violin - Melissa Percilla (teacher - Rolando Medina)
2nd Violin - Paloma Diaz (teacher - Rolando Medina)

Nocturno en mi bemol mayor Op. 9 No. 2 by F. Chopin
Piano - Claudia Michiels (teacher - Yirka Ledon)

Invención en Re Menor No. 4 by J.S. Bach
Piano - Daniella Weiss (teacher - Ibette Fernandez)

Solfeggietto by C.P.E. Bach
Piano - Humberto Junco (teacher - Ileana Cortizo)


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