FESTIVAL 2016

 

Enrique Granados (1867-1916) spent most of his career in Barcelona. Much of his music encompasses two worlds, that of Catalan modernisme (a movement that has parallels with Art Nouveau), and the musics inspired by the world of artist Francisco de Goya (1746-1828). Granados cultivated modernisme in Barcelona, frequenting key locales of the movement, like the Quatre Gats café and the tertulias organized at Santiago Rusiñol’s home in Cau Ferrat, Sitges. He probably discovered early music during his Parisian years but it was under his teacher Felip Pedrell—the Catalan composer and pivotal figure in Spanish musical nationalism—that he developed a penchant for eighteenth-century music. Granados’s mature works were informed not only by his engagement with Scarlatti, but also by other Spanish music dating from the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

 

FIMTE presents a Symposium, courses and a series of three concerts with the music of Granados and his world, and then traces a path back through some earlier musical landscapes that shaped the evolution of his unique style.

 
 FIMTE 2016

 

 

 

 
CONCERTS

 

 

 

Friday 16th 

 

DANZAS ESPAÑOLAS:

DE SCARLATTI A SARASATE 

Parador de Mojácar

Luisa Morales, clave

Cristóbal Salvador, danza

Beatriz Pomés, flauta 

 

 

 

Saturday 17th

 

GOYESCAS

Parador de Mojácar

Javier Negrín, Piano

 

 

Sunday 18th  

 

EL PIANO FLAMENCO

Parador de Mojácar

Zen Zeng, piano

Sara Corea, cante

Javier Rabadan, cajón flamenco


 

 

 

 
SYMPOSIUM

 

 

 

 

Granados in context:

 

 "The Spanish piano school and pre-war artistic movements"

 

Parador de Mojácar, Almería.

SEPTEMBER 16 - 17

2016


 

 

 
WORKSHOPS

 

 

 

 

12th-15th September

Centro de Estudios Musicales FIMTE, Garrucha, Almería.

 

INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED LEVEL

Harpsichord & Clavichord

instructor: Luisa Morales

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