BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

String quartet in C minor op 18 no. 4

01-February-2010 Auditorio Sony de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía

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[DURATION: 10' 28'']

Cuarteto Valentia de Lladró (09-10)

Cuarteto Valentia de Lladró (09-10)

Ferrández Castro, Sara

Ferrández Castro, Sara

She was born in Madrid (Spain) in 1995. She is the daughter of musical parents, her mother is a music teacher and her father a cellist with the National Orchestra of Spain. At age four, she began playing the viola with María Jesús Cano. She gave her first concert at the age of seven, performing "Concerto for two violas" by Telemann. She studied with Master Alan Kovacs, a professor at the Conservatory of Music in Madrid and Zaragoza. Since the 2008-2009 academic year is a student at the School of Music Reina Sofía in BBVA Viola Chair with the Head Professor Diemut Poppen. Enjoys a Tuition Scholarship of the Department of Education of the Community of Madrid and Albéniz Foundation. In 2010 has won the third prize in the International Viola-Cello Competition of Llanes. She has attended national and international courses such as the International Music School Prince of Asturias Foundation, where she earned a scholarship and has participated in master classes with Jesse Levine, David Quiggle, Kim Kashkashian and Gerard Caussé. As a student of the School, is part of Sony Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Gilbert Varga and Alejandro Posada, Camerata of the International Institut Freixenet of Chamber Music in Madrid, conducted in December 2010 by Hansjörg Schellenberger, and Freixenet Symphony Orquestra, conducted by Péter Csaba. Also, she’s a member of the Esferas Quartet, with professor of string groups Heime Müller. In 2008 she performed as soloist in the Chamber Hall Auditorium-Palacio de Congresos Príncipe Felipe of Oviedo and in the summer of 2009 in Villefavard Festival of Limoges (France).

Pérez, Anaïs

Pérez, Anaïs

Krohn, María

Krohn, María

Lee Hsu, Mon-Puo

Lee Hsu, Mon-Puo

He was born in Madrid (Spain) in 1993. A Spanish cellist born into a Taiwanese artistic family, began his musical education at an early age. With four he began studying cello with Professor Arancha López and later with Fanica Sandu and Professor Michal Dmchowski. In addition to his cello and voice studies, he studied piano from 2000 until 2008. Since the 2009-2010 academic year is a student at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in the Ferrovial Chair of Cello with Head Professor Natalia Shakhovskaya. Enjoys a Tuition Scholarschip of the Department of Education of the Community of Madrid and Legado Dolores de Blas. He received master classes of cello of Gary Hoffmann and chamber music lectures of Ferenc Rados. He has been awarded as a pianist in 2005 with the First Prize in the average level in the I Young Performers Competition, an event held at the Municipal School of Music in Tres Cantos, with the collaboration of Hazen. As a cellist, in 2007 he won the First Prize for Cello, the first prize in the first category and the Award of Honor in the camp organized by the Music Conservatory of Shanghai in China. He was the soloist of the Boys Choir of the Community of Madrid for three years and participated as soloist in the operas Carmen, Queen of Spades and Macbeth at the Teatro Real of Madrid. As a student of the School, from 2010-2011 academic year, is part of the Esferas Quartet, under the guidance of string quartets Professor Heime Müller, and the Bocherinni Cellos Group of Ferrovial, with Professor Natalia Shakhovskaya.

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