Nov 15, 20:00h GMT+1, 13:00 CST
Dear friends, LE SALON DE LA MUSIQUE was born to support talented young artists. In fact, today, more than ever, in this difficult moment all our and your support is needed! Because of COVID-19 many MUSICIANS CAN NOT work in concert halls and THEREFORE an important and in most cases THE ONLY SOURCE OF INCOME IS TAKEN away from them.
If EACH OF US makes a SMALL CONTRIBUTION, we can easily reach our goal! We will present some of our very TALENTED ARTISTS who will PLAY for you FROM THEIR HOUSES to share their love for music.
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Next pianist that we are presenting here is Raúl Canosa , who will be playing On 15th of November, at 8PM ( GMT+2).
The concert will be premiered on YouTube platform and the link will be available on OFFICIAL PAGE of Le Salon de la Musique on the day of the event. https://www.facebook.com/lesalondelamusique
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Serenata Andaluza (1st version) Manuel de Falla
Sonata D. 960 (1st mov) Schubert
Jota ¡Viva Navarra! Larregla
Raúl Canosa is a young Spanish pianist, graduated from the Colburn School of Los
Angeles, and aged twenty-three he has debuted at the iconic Musikverein of Vienna, has
performed at Der Zentrum de Bayreuth at the Wagnerian Festival, has played as a soloist
with orchestras in Argentina and Spain performing works such as Chopin’s Concerto No.
1 Op. 11, Tchaikovsky’s Concert Op. 23 or Beethoven’s Concerto No. 5 Op. 73 and
regularly plays the National Auditorium of Madrid with the Andrés Segovia Orchestra
thanks to A+Música.
He has been awarded in more than a dozen national and international competitions and is
described by the specialized critic as the possessor of “an overwhelming pianism, of great
sound quality and true expressive delicacy” (Andrés Ruiz Tarazona) or “pianist of a great
technical skill and what is less frequent, of mature musicality ”(Codalario). He has
performed for television in Spain and the United States at the Must Talent Festival and in
Celebration of Music and has been interviewed on Classical Radio. His training has been
supported by more than a dozen scholarships among which the most recent scholarship
for the Lieven Foundation’s Piano Summer School in Vienna.
His creative spirit has led him to explore practices such as ornamentation, composition,
or performance of basso continuo, especially in classical concertos. Since his debut
playing Beethoven’s Concerto No. 1 at sixteen, he composes the first movement Cadenza,
practice he brings back for Mozart’s Concerto No. 9 and Haydn’s D major Concerto.
His interest in Spanish music has led him to recover and perform unfairly neglected
works such as Turina Symphony Rhapsody for piano and orchestra. In the CD that he will
record this year, entitled “Spanish Serenades and Dances”, he juxtaposes various popular
musical generes as treated by different composers including well-known authors like
Albéniz, Turina o Granados but also lesser popular composers such as Rodrigo, Mompou,
Monsalvaxe as well and it also includes a world premiere by González-Vallés.
Raúl Canosa is pursuing his Performance Diploma at SMU where he studies with Joaquin
Achucarro. Previously he earned his Master’s degree at the Colburn School of Music in
Los Angeles age only twenty-two. Previously, he finished his Bachelor’s degree at the
Katarina Gurska Conservatory graduating with Honors. The most important teachers in
his musical development have been Bruno Gelber, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Jura Margulis
and Nino Kerselidze.