Patricia cordero violin

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    Patricia cordero violin

    Cantabile - paganini, patricia cordero (12)

    Nació en Majadahonda (España) en el año 2000. Desde 2016 estudia en la Cátedra Telefónica de Violín de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía con el profesor Marco Rizzi. Ha sido becada por la Consejería de Educación, Universidades y Ciencia de la Comunidad de Madrid, y la Fundación Albéniz. Su Majestad la Reina Sofía le entregó el Diploma al alumno más destacado de su cátedra durante el curso 2017-2018, y en 2019 y 2020 la Mención al grupo de cámara más destacado en la modalidad de cuartetos de cuerda como miembro del Asisa Óscar Esplá Ensemble. En 2020 obtuvo, de nuevo, el Diploma al alumno más destacado de su cátedra.
    Comenzó a estudiar violín a los tres años. Posteriormente ingresó en el Conservatorio Profesional de Majadahonda, donde se graduó en 2016 con el Premio Extraordinario de la Comunidad de Madrid, así como con el Premio Nacional de Enseñanzas Artísticas Profesionales. Mientras tanto, de 2011 a 2016, estudió con el maestro Sergey Teslya.
    Ha asistido a clases magistrales de Mauricio Fuks, Krzysztof Wegrzyn, Christoph Poppen, Miriam Fried, Gordan Nikolic, Zakhar Bron, Latica Honda Rosenberg, Silvia Marcovici, Linus Roth, Luis Fernando Pérez y Oliver Wille (grupos de cuerda), entre otros.

    Four seasons vivaldi (winter) - patricia cordero

    We see Gulyás through a screen. He is in the living room of his house. On the right wall we can make out some paintings. There are flowerpots in a corner and a window in the background dressed with light curtains that filter the midday light of Budapest.
    In Madrid the February drizzle falls slowly over the box hedges and stone statues of the Plaza de Oriente. Chinese teacher Wenting Kang and Russian student Bella Chich work on one of English composer York Bowen's viola fantasias on the fourth floor of the School.
    It was a Sunday evening. Maylin had booked a flight that could not afford delays. He was arriving in Madrid with just enough time to get from Barajas to the audition. But her passport had expired. That night, Maylin pleaded as hard as she could with the head of immigration at Havana's international airport. It was the opportunity of a lifetime. And, for the first time, the authorities gave permission to travel to a person without proper documentation. mozart "concerto no. 5 for violin and orchestra

    The free concert, organized in collaboration with the program 21 Distritos del Área de Cultura del Ayuntamiento de Madrid and Fundación Orange, will take place on Thursday, June 17 and tickets must be reserved in advance at
    He has conducted the world premieres of more than 80 works. His approach to opera comes largely from the hand of Josep Pons, whom he assists since 2015 at the Gran Teatre del Liceu. In 2016 he also debuted as musical director at the Teatro Real and, in his agenda appear important lyrical commitments in upcoming seasons.
    He is a graduate of the Hogeschool Zuyd in Maastricht (Netherlands), postgraduate in conducting contemporary repertoire at the "Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana" in Switzerland and Master of Musicology at the University of La Rioja. His extensive training as a conductor also includes stays in institutions such as the Conservatory of Music of Switzerland.
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    Mozart violin concerto no.5 (i), patricia cordero (17)

    approximate for better tracking. ATTENTION: this structure and minutage may not be adapted to other versions, since the performers often decide which parts to repeat and which not (as well as the speed, which in Lang Lang is Formula 1!). [Piano Sonata No.11. 3rd movement. Alla Turca. W. A. Mozart. Lang Lang] The second example of rondo is found in an opera. It is the aria Non piu andrai farfallone amoroso that we can hear in W. A. Mozart's opera, The Marriage of Figaro. Here the clearest auditory clue is found in the lyrics: every time Figaro sings the text Non piu andrai farfallone amoroso he introduces the refrain, indicated by the letter A in the musicogram. [Non piu andrai, farfallone amoroso. Act I of the opera The Marriage of Figaro. Ruggiero Raimondi. Metropolitan Opera, 1985] The musicogram is as follows: In the following example, we will visualize a didactic work performed by students of the Tierrablanca high school, with the Prelude of the opera Carmen, by Georges Bizet.

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