Judith plays at the “Luis G. Iberni” Piano Days in Oviedo
Judith Jáuregui is delighted to return to “one of the most consolidated piano cycles in Spain and to Oviedo, a very musical city where culture is lived in a very intense way. It has been five years since I was last here, a place where I have played both solo and with orchestra before, experiences which I have always enjoyed. I am now back with a magnificent quartet whom I join for the first time, which is also very exciting, and with a fascinating repertoire in what promises to be a very romantic evening of music”.
Moreover, this will be the first of four performances that will see Judith Jáuregui and the Signum Quartett play together this season. “The work with Signum is a very important project within my season: we will travel to different cities across Spain with several programmes. It’s really exciting to be able to share music and stage with this exceptional quartet that has such an impeccable career at a European level” says Judith, “The concert in Oviedo will be that “first time” that is vibrant for itself, and we take it on with all our energy”.
Jáuregui is in the middle of completing an important concert agenda this autumn, with engagements at festivals and venues with a long musical tradition at which she has already played before as well as making her debut on new stages too. On September 22nd Judith was at the 26th edition of the Autumn Musical Festival of Soria, playing works by Beethoven, Ligeti and Greco in a concert that was part of the Beethoven Actual Cycle hosted by the festival in collaboration with the Spanish centre for the diffusion of music (CNDM).
The artist made her debut in Vienna (Austria) on October 4th with a tribute to Debussy, one of her reference composers, in the musical cycle “Imperial in Concert” organized by the historic piano manufacturer Bösendorfer in collaboration with the Imperial Hotel of Vienna. She will be taking this same tribute, titled “Pour le tombeau de Claude Debussy” to Málaga, in what will be her final concert of the year in Spain and where she will be playing at the city’s Philharmonic Society -with which she maintains a close friendship- and which has been celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2018.