Antonio SORIA                       Jorge D. FERNANDEZ




Piano Duo:
Antonio SORIA


26.07.2020 r. godz. 16,00

Concert Hall of
Music School in Tarnow 

ul. Lippóczy’ego 4




Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750)

Bernhard Friedrich RICHTRER (1850-1931)

Four chorales:  

- Heut' triumphieret Gottes Sohn BWV 630

- Ich ruf' zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ BWV 639

- Gott, durch deine Güte BWV 600

- Herr Christ, der ein'ge Gottes Sohn BWV 601



Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827)

Sonata op. 6 D-Dur

Allego molto
 Rondo Moderato



Nicolai Rimsky KORSAKOV (1844-1908)

- Festival in Bagdad (Sheherezada)

  Allegro molto
Allegro non troppo maestoso in Mi M.



Sergiusz Rachmaninov (1873-1943)

Theme Russe und Valse
[von Six Morceaux, op. 11, (1894)]



Joaquin TURINA (1882-1949)

Jacques LEROLLE (1880 – 1944)

La procesion del Rocio op.9

Triana en fiesta …
La Procesion



Maurice RAVEL (1875-1937) 

Rapsodie Espagnole

I. Prelude a la nuit

II. Malaguena

III. Habanera

IV Feria


Antonio SORIA  began his musical training in Barcelona and Bordeaux under the tutelage of Ramón Coll and Francis Chapelet. Among great pianists, such as Vlado Perlemuter, Germaine Mounier or Mª Joao Pires, influenced highly his career Alexis Weissenberg and Alicia de Larrocha, who supported the “Complete Piano works of Joaquín Turina”, performed by Antonio Soria on 16 CDs, as the world's first recording. He performs in twenty countries with numerous orchestras like Kremlin Chamber Orchestra of Moscow, Leos Janaceck and Sofia Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Sinfónica Estatal de México, Craiova National Orchestra, Orquestra della Magna Grecia, Sinfónica de la Universidad de Guanajuato, Orchestre de Chambre de Toulouse, etc., and with partners like Elena Obraztsova, Paul Meyer or Paul Badura-Skoda. Critic presents him as “a great continuator of the glories of the piano such as Iturbi and De Larrocha” (Horacio Velázquez. Buenos Aires). Winner of the competition “Paper de Música de Capellades” (Barcelona), he’s doctor from the University of Valencia, Master from the universities of Valencia and La Rioja, and professor in the High Conservatory of Oviedo (Principality of Asturias), also a guest member of the jury in international competitions such as Clara Haskil piano competition in Vevey (Switzerland), the international of Porto (Portugal) or the Chopin of Rome (Italy).

Jorge D. FERNANDEZ  born in 1996, he started his studies at an early age at the Professional Conservatory of Gijón, where he got the end-of-degree Extraordinary Prize with piano in 2013, viola in 2015, and violin in 2017. He also won the Conservatorie’s Young Performers Competition, performing with the Gijón Conservatory Symphonic Orchestra, the Rachmaninoff’s second piano concerto at Jovellanos theatre. He has attended masterclasses with many professors such as Dr. José Ramón Méndez (University of Penn State), Marc Duran (University of Montreal), Dominique Weber (Conservatoire of Géneve), Logan Skelton (University of Michigan), Dr. James Giles (Northwestern

University) as well as with renowned pianists such as Alexander Kobrin, Yue Wang, Josep Mª Colom, Bertrand Chamayou or Paul Komen. He also has performed in places such as Jovellanos Theatre, Laboral Theatre, Palacio de la Colegiata, Evaristo Valle Museum, or ESMAE in Oporto. He has completed his piano degree at the Superior Conservatory of Oviedo with Dr. Antonio Soria and Roberto Mendez, and also the alto degree with Wieslaw Rekucki. He has collaborated with orchestras such as Oviedo Filarmonía, and cooperates actively with different chamber music ensembles. He has received orchestral and choral conducting masterclasses with Óliver Díaz and Marco García de Paz. As a composer he has premiered his first String Quartet, as well as premiered several choral and instrumental pieces, edited a violin method in cooperation with his father, as well as obtaining the first prize in the I choralcomposition competition of the Conservatory of Gijón. He has performed the inaugural concert of the 19-20 course of the Superior Conservatory of the Principality of Asturias as an interpreter and composer, and as the winner of the "Muñiz Toca" interpretation competition, funded by Caja Rural de Asturias.