Piano show by Judith Jaúregui, Spain[Jul.6]
2014-June-4 Source: Newsgd.com
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Performance Time:2014/07/6 Sun. 3pm

Performance Venue:Experimental Theatre, Guangzhou Opera House

Price(RMB):80 180 280VIP

After her succeses on main stages and festivals - both in recital and with leading national orchestras - Judith Jáuregui has become one of the most sought-after and valued pianists in Spain, with a rising international career that includes concerts at the International Piano Festival of La Roqued'Antheron (France) and with the acclaimed Simón Bolívar Orchestra in Caracas (Venezuela).

Judith has recorded for major media -including Radio Nacional de España, Radio Televisión Española, and France Musique-Radio France- and her first solo album, titled "Robert Schumann, el arte de lo pequeño" (Robert Schumann, the art of small things - ColumnaMúsica), won the Best Classical Album prize at the 2011 Spanish Independent Music Awards.

Upcoming highlights include concerts with the Basque Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Community of Madrid, the Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne and Munich Chamber Music Orchestra. She will also be touring various cities in Spain with her new CD "Para Alicia, inspiraciónespañola", a tribute to the great Alicia de Larrocha to mark the 90th anniversary of her birth, which has been extaordinarily well received by critics and audience alike, and with which Judith was fully involved releasing it under her own record label: BerliMusic. She will combine this tour with her other recital programmes at the National Auditorium, the Juan March Foundation in Madrid, the Alicante Auditorium and Las Palmas Philarmonic Society. On the international scene, after her debut in New York at the Yamaha Piano Salon, her forthcoming engagements will take her to prestigious stages such as the SchlossElmau Festival in Germany and on a tour in China in 2014.

Born in San Sebastian (Spain, 1985), she started her studies at the age of 5 in her local Conservatory where her talent stood out very early, making her recital debut at the age of 11 and her concerto debut with the San Sebastián Conservatory Orchestra a year later. After finishing her official studies, she continued them at the Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich, where she had the great opportunity of working with the great Russian maestro VadimSuchanov.


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