Judith Jáuregui’s turn at ‘The London Music Nights’
Judith Jáuregui will this coming Monday April 9th take to the stage of the legendary Café Comercial in Madrid for a musical project that takes classical music out of its regular venues revealing, first hand, its adaptation to new spaces and audiences. In this way, Judith joins this new cultural proposal that has already seen perform some of the best artists of the new generation of Spanish classical musicians.
Over an hour of music, the pianist will delight the audience with a varied program that has been specifically chosen for the occasion. She will begin with the classical pureness of the Andante with variations in F minor of Haydn, to be followed by the storm within created by the Ballade No. 2 in B minor of Liszt prior to the warm and exotic light of Estampes (Pagodes and La soirée dans Grenade) and L’isle joyeuse of Debussy. Subsequently, the audience will be able to reach out to the spirituality of Szymanowski through his Nine preludes op. 1 before the concert ends with the brilliant romanticism of Chopin’s Andante spianato et grande polonaise brillante op. 22.
Benjamín García Rosado, curator of The London Music Nights cycle, highlights that “Judith Jáuregui has drawn her own sound constellation. The points of reference change throughout the piece: sometimes they are intense and passionate like Martha Argerich or her admired Alicia de Larrocha; at other times delicate and sensual like Maria João Pires or Mitsuko Uchida, but she is always faithful to essence of every music sheet”.
Judith arrives to her concert at the Café Comercial after having recently played at Schloss Elmau (Germany), another legendary hall where distinguished names of the international music scene have been performing for almost 100 years.
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