From Chamber music to Opera
19/01/2019 20:00 - 21:00€20
The concert offered by Eugenia Boix (soprano) and Laia Masramón (piano) within the programme of the Cueva de los Verdes Music Festival will give us a broad vision of what hall music used to be, encompassing both solo piano works and different chamber works with which the artists. They will make us enjoy an intense musical journey full of harmonic and emotional links to transport us towards a final colophon with some of the most appreciated opera arias.
The first part links one of the deepest works of classicism with the first romanticism, that exquisite and humane language of the mature Schubert, while the second recreates the atmosphere of the Parisian salon, with works by Debussy, Chopin and Liszt. A journey of delicacies, contrasts and emotions.
Laia Masramón – Pianist
She is one of the Spanish pianists and fortepianists with more international projection nowadays. She has performed in the most important auditoriums in Spain, as well as in Portugal, France, England, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Tunisia, Colombia and the United States, sharing the stage with great international figures such as Maurice Bourgue, Sergio Azzolini, Radovan Vlatkovic, LorenzoGuzzoni, Richard Watkins, Joanna Shaw among others.
Since 2006 she has combined her concert career with an intense teaching activity in Madrid and gives advanced courses in piano and chamber music at conservatories in Catalonia, Valencia, Colombia and Tunisia.
Eugenia Boix – Soprano
She is one of the most outstanding Spanish sopranos in today’s operatic scene.
She has sung under the baton of names such as Federico Maria Sardelli, Carlos Mena, Mónica Huggett, Albert Recasens, Rossen Milanov, Gennadi Rozhdestvensky, Paul Goodwin, Lionel Bringuier, Kazushi Ono and Sir Neville Marriner among others.
She has performed great classical pieces such as Mozart’s “Requiem”, Haendel’s “Dixit Dominus”, Mendelssohn’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” or Bach’s “Magnificat”, and numerous piano and string recitals in Spain, Italy, France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Russia and America.