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31th January 2007
Excitement over the world premiere of Jesús Rueda's Symphony no. 3 "Luz"
Commissioned by the Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias, the work premieres this 8 February at Teatro Jovellanos in Gijón (Spain), followed by another performance on 9 February at the Auditorio Príncipe Felipe in Oviedo, under the direction of Maximiano Valdés. Meanwhile, on 5 February at the Auditorio Reina Sofía in Madrid, Mr Jesús Rueda's 5 Love Songs will be performed by Rohan de Saram, cello, and Ananda Sukarlan, piano.
FotoRelease of the score of Trio with Piano, Violin and Cello by Jesús Torres
Since its premiere in June 2001 at the ContemporaneaMente Festival in Lodi (Italy), Jesús Torres' fascinating Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello has probably been one of the most regularly-featured current works on our concert programmes. In a first hearing, the scant twelve-minute duration of this piece flies by in perfectly stunning individual and group virtuosity. There is a single luminous line which exposes forcefully a personal poetry of refined and visionary forms.  
Ramon Humet takes the Montreal Symphony Orchestra's Olivier Messiaen International Composition Prize for his Escenas de pájaros
The prestigious Canadian prize taken by Ramon Humet includes a commission from the Montreal Symphony Orchestra (OSM), a radio broadcast of the winning work by Espace musique, recording of the work on CD conducted by Kent Nagano, a performance of a work written by the winner by an orchestra of Radio France, and a commission of a work for piano for the ACDA (Association pour la Création et la Diffusion Artistique) (Paris), in addition to a substantial cash prize.
In Spain, the same work also received Reina Sofia Prize.
The Tritó catalogue contains the following works by Ramon Humet: Tres Nocturns (Tritó), Encanteris per a piano (Amalgama)
FotoRelease under the Amalgama label of Tercer Ejercicio de Concierto (Third Concerto Exercise) for piano and trumpet, by Juan J. Colomer
Tomás García López (Coronel) was an excellent musician and teacher in his own right: he taught at the Madrid Conservatory and was a charter member of the Arbós Orchestra, which later would become the Madrid Symphony Orchestra. The bulk of his oeuvre consists of etudes and pieces aimed at students and meant to exploit the technical capacities of the instrument, of which approximately one tenth are for trumpet and piano.
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