‘Ivresse de lune’. Pierrot Lunaire (A. Schoenberg), Trois poémes de Mallarmé (C. Debussy), Cinq mélodies populaires greques (M. Ravel), Pavane pour une infante défunte (M. Ravel). Angelica Cathariou (mezzosoprano), Juan...Read More
MIGUEL ÁNGEL ACEBO
Miguel Angel Acebo has been formed in two prestigious centres, such as the Imola International Piano Academy (Italy), where he studies with Leonid Margarius; and the Conservatoire Royal of Brussels, where he performs his Master studies under the direction of Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden, obtaining the “Prix du patrimoine” and the “Grande Distinction”, and managing to win extraordinarily “La plus grande distinction” in the piano final exam. He had advice from very important musicians and pedagogues such as Alicia de Larrocha, Paul Badura-Skoda, Bern Goetzke, Daniel Blumenthal, Michiko Tsuda or Eiji Oue.
“He has an undoubtedly strong technique”.
“It generates in the hear a state of dreaminess consubstantial with the music of Falla. Fruit evident of his virtuosity as an interpreter and of his fine sensitivity as a musician. We augur a prominent place in the European music scene”.
“One of the most brilliant young Spanish pianists […
] Unquestionable sensitivity and talent.”
“He has an undeniable musical talent that allowed him to have a high level knowledge of the instrument.”
Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden
“He has a strong and secure technique that allows
him to get a brilliant sound and a great sensibility
from the piano. He has got the Second Prize in
“Concurso Ciudad de Albacete”.
Julio García Casas
“He is a real artist, interesting, and with a particular
“A very worthy representative of Almería in the
very near future.”
“He is capable of doing everything beautiful and showing style.”
“He has a crazy musicality.”
“Because of his artistic qualification and excellent musical ability, he deserves our support and consideration.”
Cándida Martínez López