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Alberto Iglesias, nueva BSO La Cordillera

El galardonado compositor Alberto Iglesias está actualmente trabajando en su última partitura para cine. La película "La Cordillera" del director Santiago Mitre, será estrenada durante 2017. Los actores Christian Slater, Elena Anaya y Ricardo Darín completan el reparto de una de las películas más esperadas de este año. Escuche la música de este gran compositor a través de esta Playlist.

Nuevo disco de Harts: Smoke, Fire, Hope, Desire

Music Sales Creative España presenta el nuevo disco de Harts. El multi-talento australiano vuelve a la carga con su nuevo álbum Smoke Fire Hope Desire. Darren Hart es un maestro fusionando pop, electro, funk, rock con irresistibles melodías que le acercan tanto a productores del siglo XXI como The Neptunes o Timbaland como a grandes artistas del siglo XX como lo son Jimi Hendrix o Prince. Smoke, Fire, Hope, Desire es un disco redondo que incluye hit-singles como son Peculiar o Power, pero también un tema rápido y con toque hard-rock como es All Rise, Deeper in The Hole en clave rock psicodélico o Unfamiliar en el cual Harts demuestra un increíble rango vocal. En general un álbum repleto de canciones con mucha emoción, fuerza y energía. Escucha el nuevo disco de Harts a través de esta Playlist.

Jorge Grundman, nuevo disco para piano

Jorge Grundman presenta su último disco en Sony Classical de la mano del pianista Eduardo Frías. El disco, que saldrá a la venta el próximo 26 de Mayo, incluye su obra completa para piano. Grundman destaca por su gran capacidad como melodista. Capacidad con la que consigue conectar con el gran público de una manera bella y muy emocional. Sus orígenes como compositor new age hacen que esta música sea clásica, pero a la vez muy cercana al pop. Disfrute de la música de Jorge Grundman a través de esta Playlist.

Pablo Cervantes, new soundtracks

Composer Pablo Cervantes is enjoying a very fruitful 2016 in which many of his latest works for the film industry are seeing the light. During the XX edition of the Málaga Film Festival, Ebro, de la cuna a la batalla and La Xirgu, L’actriu were premiered. The former is a war film narrating the last great battle of the Spanish Civil War, whereas La Xirgu is a biopic of Margarita Xirgu, famous Spanish theatre actress and muse of Federico García Lorca. Cervantes has also composed the soundtrack for two Mexican motion pictures: Tamara y Catalina and Yo no soy guerrillero and is working on a very important project to be announced very soon. Pablo Cervantes was granted the Asecan Prize for the soundtrack of Asesinos Inocentes. It is the third time that he receives this prize by the Andalusian Association of Cinema Writers (2002 for Historia de un beso and 2012 for Los niños salvajes). Listen to Pablo Cervantes’s catalogue here.

Ludovico Einaudi's "Elements" in Barcelona

Ludovico Einaudi will perform his last studio álbum Elements on 18th July at Auditori del Fòrum, Barcelona. Tickets are still available for this concert, which will be the closing act of the Guitar BCN festival. His music is ambient, meditative and often introspective, drawing on minimalism, world music and contemporary pop. Elements, published in 2015, is one of his most personal works in his composer career. It is inspired by the elements in nature: mathematical and scientific elements, musical forms and works of art. In Einaudi’s words: “I saw new frontiers – on the edge between what I knew and what I didn’t know – that I had long wanted to explore: creation myths, the periodic table, Euclid's geometry, Kandinsky’s writings, the matter of sound, and of colour, the stems of wild grass in a meadow, the shapes of the landscape. For months I wandered in a seemingly chaotic mix of images, thoughts and feelings. Then, gradually, everything came together in a dance, as if all the elements were parts of the same world, and myself within it.” Find here his works available for Synch.

New soundtrack by Angel Illarramendi

Angel Illarramendi’s new work is a film score for Helena Taberna’s new motion picture Acantilado. This film features Daniel Grao, Juana Acosta and Goya Toledo in a story of mistery and suspense based on the real events of a mass suicide planned by the members of a sect in 1998. The film is the composer's new collaboration with the director after the successes of Yoyes (2000), Extranjeras (2005) and La Buena Nueva (2008). Angel Illarramendi has published in 2016 two of his most outstanding symphonic works: Symphony no. 9 and Symphony no. 4 on the label Sony Classical. Listen to his most outstanding works for synch here.

Alberto Iglesias' new soundtrack for Pedro Almodóvar

Alberto Iglesias has composed the soundtrack for the latest Pedro Almodóvar motion picture Julieta premiered April 8th in Spain. The film stars Emma Suárez and Adriana Ugarte and has been included in the official selection of the International Film Festival of Cannes. Spain’s most acclaimed living composer, Alberto Iglesias's considerable contribution to film composition began in 1980 and he has been awarded numerous international awards. A long, fruitful partnership with Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar has resulted in many celebrated works including Volver, All About my Mother and Bad Education; major Hollywood scores include The Constant Gardener, The Kite Runner, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy or The Two Faces of January. Listen to Alberto Iglesias’ new soundtrack here.

Best Sony Classical releases for Synch

Enjoy great classical works, the performance of the most prestigious musicians and new high quality recordings released on the prestigious label Sony Classical, all available for synchronization. Playing Goldberg is one of the latest arrangements for string trio of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Goldberg Variations. This work originally composed for piano is being revised by Garnati Ensemble in a very playful manner: on the one hand giving new colour to one of Bach’s most popular works, and, on the other hand, being extremely respectful with the original. Composer Albert Guinovart celebrates two of his key orchestral works in this fantastic recording, which features the great conductor Vasily Petrenko. The Piano Concertos 1 & 2 are performed by the composer in the piano solo parts. This record release also includes the extremely beautiful Valses poéticos for piano solo, also in a magnificent performance by Albert Guinovart. The third release is Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Concertos 2 & 1 by one of Spain’s most delicate piano players: Iván Martín. The fantastic Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia reinforces Martín’s performance of two scores, which were also revised by him. Last but not least, we would like to draw your attention to one composer of an extreme sensibility, Ramón Paus. His Piano Works encompass his background as a jazz musician with a unique touch for contemporary classic. Pianist María Orejana offers a wonderful performance of this highly personal music.

Orquesta Nacional de España celebrates Philip Glass' carte blanche

Orquesta Nacional de España will offer a carte blanche dedicated to composer Philip Glass in the present season. This homage to the minimalist composer includes a co-commission of a Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra, which will be performed by Katia and Marielle Labèque and conducted by Dennis Russell Davies together with The Light and Symphony no. 8 on 8, 9 and 10 April at Auditorio Nacional de Música of Madrid. The carte blanche continues with an additional symphonic concert in which the orchestra will perform Days and Nights in Rocinha, the Double Concerto for violin and cello and Itapu with the prestigious soloists Tim Fain (violin) and Matt Haimovitz (cello). Dennis Russel Davies will conduct this concert on 22 May at Auditorio Nacional de Música. The string ensemble of the orchestra will also perform the work Echorus at the Reina Sofía Museum of Modern Art of Madrid with Daniel Hope in the violin solo part and as conductor. Watch our new Philip Glass film, where he discusses his life and work including his first concerts, the Philip Glass Ensemble, his operas and concertos. Philip Glass | Composing Myself.

Ludovico Einaudi’s Spanish tour sold out at Teatro Real of Madrid and Liceu of Barcelona

Ludovico Einaudi, one of the most acclaimed composers nowadays, will perform his last album Elements on a Spanish tour offered by Syntorama. The tickets for the concerts in Madrid and Barcelona are sold out, but there are tickets available for the concerts in Zaragoza, Valencia and Bilbao. Einaudi will perform some of his greatest pieces on 13 April in Auditorio de Zaragoza, on 14 April at Gran Teatre del Liceu of Barcelona, on the 15 at Palau de les Arts of Valencia, on 16 at Teatro Real of Madrid and on 18 at Palacio Euskalduna of Bilbao. His phenomenal CD sales and ability to sell out major concert halls worldwide are confirmation that Einaudi is one of classical music’s success stories of recent years. After studying at the Conservatory in Milan, and subsequently with Berio, he spent several years composing in traditional forms. In the mid-1980s he began to search for a more personal expression in a series of works for dance and multimedia, and later for piano. His music is ambient, meditative and often introspective, drawing on minimalism, world music and contemporary pop. He has made a significant impact in the film world, with four international awards to his name.

Angel Illarramendi – World Premiere Recordings of Symphonies 4 & 9 on Sony Classical

The prestigious music label Sony Classical has released a CD with two world premiere recordings of Symphony no. 4 and Symphony no. 9 by UME composer Angel Illarramendi. Orquesta Sinfónica de Euskadi (Basque Symphony Orchestra), conducted by José Miguel Pérez-Sierra and with mezzo-soprano Maite Arruabarrena recorded these works during last spring in the city of San Sebastián. Angel Illarramendi’s compositions unite the traditional resonances of Basque music with an extraordinary technique and an innate sense for writing music that resembles poetry. On 18th February, Orquesta Sinfónica de Bilbao, will also offer a world premiere of Illarramendi’s overture Zarautz. This outstanding work dedicated to his hometown, a beautiful coastal town in the Basque country, will also be performed on 9th June in Madrid by Orquesta Clásica de Santa Cecilia. - See more at: http://www.musicsalesclassical.com/news/3420#sthash.kW0d9C9F.dpuf

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