Cinco canciones negras for voice and piano

19-June-2010 Auditorio Sony de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía

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[DURATION: 03' 52'']

4. Canción de cuna para dormir a un negrito (I. Pereda Valdés) 02' 35''

Häsler, Ana María

Häsler, Ana María

Spanish, of Swiss-Cuban origin, a voice and piano graduate from the Barcelona Conservatory and Vienna Musikhochschule. Häsler studied at the Escuela Reina Sofía from 1999 to 2001, in the Fundación Ramón Areces 'Alfredo Kraus' Voice Chair with Teresa Berganza and Manuel Cid. She has a versatile and ascending career in all styles and repertoire that have led her to perform in the main theatres, festivals and with orchestras in Spain and abroad, with the most prestigious conductors, presenting a wide repertoire that ranges from Baroque to the Twentieth century. Because of her 'Falcon mezzosoprano' vocal qualities, she has succesfully performed mezzosoprano and dramatic soprano parts and roles. Ana Häsler has been invited to appear in the Caja Mágica de Madrid 'Tennis Open' Opening Gala alongside Lenny Kravitz. She will present the 'Albéniz in Context' recital at the Camprodón and Santander Festivals, with the premiere of Antón Gª Abril's (text by José Viñals) songs 'Ciego de Amor', and 'Nueve Gacelas por el Monte Líbano' by Miquel Ortega on poems by Rodolfo Häsler.

Cabrera, Ángel

Cabrera, Ángel

Born in Guadalajara (Spain) in 1977. Being very young, Angel Cabrera started his piano studies with Esther Zillarbide at the Conservatory of Guadalajara becoming later heir of the best Russian, Spanish and French piano schools traditions with maestros such as Galina Eguiazarova and Boris Bloch (disciples of Alexander Goldenweiser and Tatiana Nikolaeva); Fernando Puchol, Luis Rego and Aldo Ciccolini (disciples of José Cubiles, Joaquín Turina, Walter Gieseking, Alfred Cortot and Marguerite Long) with whom he worked during many years in Italy, France, Spain and Germany in internationally prestigious centers such as the Folkwang Universität der Künste, the Reina Sofía School of Music and the Royal Conservatory of Music in Madrid. In 2010 he was granted the Omar del Carlo scholarship to study in the legendary Tanglewood Festival in Boston, founded by Sergéi Koussevitzk, now directed by James Levine and were many musicians such as Leonard Bernstein and Zubin Mehta were formed. During his stay at the Music Center of that Festival Angel Cabrera received valuable counseling from Peter Serkin, Pamela Frank and Claude Frank, among others. At present, Angel Cabrera combines his artistic activity with his teaching work at the Reina Sofía School of Music in Madrid as Accompanist Piano Professor of the "Alfredo Kraus" Chair of Voice, sponsored by the Ramón Areces Foundation, and at the Higher Conservatory of Music in Aragón.






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