An Actor, an Immortal Beloved & the Brentano Quartet

It was cocaine and heroine. He was found dead in his bathroom by a friend. He had a syringe in his arm. Philip was 46 and, as the song goes, «only the good die young». I must admit my lack of knowledge when it comes down to films and I didn’t [...]

ACTAYS, a Story of Music and Alliances

This is the story of how sometimes things really work. Nine months ago, I wouldn’t have thought this could finally happen. But it happened. And what a great experience it was! In March 2019, I attended a charity play for children at Nemomarlin Pintor Rosales, a nursery school for children aged from 0 [...]

An Interview with David Moliner: “If you really want to know how you are, music is the perfect art for you to know it

David Moliner, composer.

He is 28 and divides his time between Berlin  — where he is currently studying composition with no more, no less than Jörg Widmann—, Madrid and Castellón, his hometown in Spain. David Moliner is a composer and percussionist, a musician who believes in the [...]

(Español) Din don: El destino llama a la puerta

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(Español) El maestro domador del ego y formador del silencio

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An Interview With Yury Favorin: “Piano is great, but it becomes greater in collaboration with other musicians”

Yuri Favorin, pianist.

It was at Fundación Juan March in Madrid when I first saw him play. It was a Sunday morning, cold and snowy, of February 2018. On that occasion, the Moscow born pianist Yury Favorin was to accompany the great violinist Mikhail Pochekin. And it was since that [...]

(Español) Lo que está detrás

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(Español) Con Zeta de Zozaya

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(Español) Me creí inmortal hasta que me morí

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An Interview with Paul Hillier: “People come to the early music thinking they’ll just suffer the new pieces and they discover they are really fascinating!”

Paul Hillier was one of the founders of the Hilliard Ensemble in 1974. They contributed to creating that English sound which made them world famous. Some years later, in 1992, Hillier founded The Theatre of Voices. This English man of Dorchester, an icon of early and contemporary choral music, has travelled the world [...]