Breaking the Silence
February, 8 p.m.
- Hall: Sala Manuel García
Winds of change
The third season of the series Rasgando el silencio (Breaking the silence) which gives visibility to women composers excluded by a History of Music, written and overwhelmingly dominated by men, brings us a new sequence of five concerts programmed by the directors of this project, pianist Carmen Martínez-Pierret and cellist Israel Fausto. By the time the series concludes, we will have discovered the work of 60 female composers.
All the programming in the Sala Manuel García is made possible thanks to the support of the Fundación Banco Sabadell.
- Composers: Lili & Nadia Boulanger, Cécile Chaminade, Madeleine Dring, Fanny Hensel, Carrie Jacobs-Bond, Johanna Kinkel, Dana Suesse
- Soprano: Delphine Mégret
- Tenor: Bastien Rimondi
- Piano: Carmen Martínez-Pierret
Throughout her career has worked with directors such as Andrea Marcon or Pierre Vallet; pianists Thierry Huillet o Lana Bode, together with the Toulouse Baroque Ensemble and Chamber Orchestra or Academy of Ancient Music, among others.
With a repertory that extends from the Baroque to contemporary music, he interprets the principal roles of well known opera titles. In 2015, this tenor along with pianist Timothée Hudrisier formed the duo Florestan which performs in concerts and festivals across France.
A participant in numerous chamber music series, festivals, and a collaborator of different events with well-known singers, actors, and reciters. Her recordings have been highly acclaimed by the critics. Carmen Martínez-Pierret regularly gives courses, seminars, and lectures, and has been a jury member of prestigious international competitions.