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John Cage said there was no need to give up the past when entering the future. This Sunday we will listen to the proposal of Sara Cubarsi and Carles Marigó, who have dedicated themselves to music trying to find and represent the original sound of remote times. Many times they have used vintage instruments, originals or copies. In today's concert, on the other hand, with a brutal sensibility, they will transgress that practice to offer us an amplified sound of the future past. And, for Sara and Carles it isn't necessary to give up the future when entering the past
Works by Gesualdo, Bach, Cage, Cubarsi, Marigó, among others.
The violinist Sara Cubarsi (1991), performer and composer, has already performed, both as a soloist and in chamber and orchestra formations, in the largest concert halls in London, Los Angeles, Barcelona and Berlin. She has studied at the Purcell School of Music in London and has completed her training by pursuing a doctorate at the California Institut of Arts in Los Angeles. Winner of the 2013 First Palau Award, by John B McEwen Instrumental Prize and Peter Gatham Gift of the Royal Academy of Music, her repertoire includes everything from ancient music with baroque instruments, to heavy metal with electric violin, with a special interest in music contemporary classical and with the baroque and modern violin.
Carles Marigó is a musician trained as a classical pianist at the Esmuc school in Barcelona (Bronevetsky) and at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow (Plotnikova), which develops his role as improviser guided by Xavier Dotras, Albert Bover, Emilio Molina, Juan de la Rubia, Michael Pisaro, James Fei, Evan Parker. Study abroad thanks to the CoNCA and AIE scholarships, and supported by the numerous national and international awards obtained as a pianist and composer during the training stage. Javier Pérez Senz (EL PAÍS) says: "The good thing about this young pianist and improviser is that he doesn't look like anyone. Marigó exhibits a subtle art, a taste for soft nuances, lyrical heat and the naturalness of sound. An imagination and sensitivity as improviser that is, without a doubt, its main distinguishing feature. ” He currently combines concert work with teaching and is an improvisation professor at the Conservatory Superior del Liceo and at the Superior School of Music of Catalonia.
Beaumont studied viola and lyric singing within the Academy, but she never understood why that music she played was called cult, scholarly or serious music. She is currently developing several artistic projects that she combines with her teaching work at the Conservatori del Liceu and at the University of Barcelona.
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11:30 - 14:00