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VIOLIN AND CLAVE MUSIC FOR THE COURT OF VIENNA5€ – 8€
Ricart Renart, violin
He starts his advanced violin studies in the Escuela Superior de Música de Catalunya (ESMUC) with Eva Graubin and the Ysaÿe quartet, and the Hochschule der Künste Berlin with Tomasz Tomaszevski. He also received guidance from Agustín León Ara, Kai Gleusteen, y Jacqueline Ross. Awarded in numerous national chamber music contests (Toledo, Barcelona, Lleida) he was a member of the Jove Orquestra Nacional de Catalunya (Jonc), the Orquesta de la Academia del Gran Teatre del Liceu of Barcelona, where he was concertmaster, he has colaboratd with the Orquesta del Gran Teatre del Liceu, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Bilbao (BOS) and the Orquesta Nacional de España. His great interest for interpretation with historic criteria has taken his to be trained in the Real Conservatorio Superior of Madrid with Hiro Kurosaki, in the Academia de Música Antigua of the Salamanca University with Pedro Gandía, Enrico Onofri and Pablo Valetti, and the Esmuc with Manfredo Kraemer, at the Masters degree of Interpretation of Early Music, where he obtained the higher grades. He has also received councelling from Riccardo Minasi, Emilio Moreno. Developing an intense activity within the field collaborating with numerous groups of which we can highlight the Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla, Al Ayre Español and The Rare Fruits Council. Renart is currently collaborating regularly with Le Concert des Nations by Jordi Savall.
Adrià Gràcia Gàlvez, piano
Born in Valencia 1988. He studied the Piano higher degree at the Conservatorio Superior de Música of Valencia with the professor Bartomeu Jaume. Between 2009 and 2012, he was repertoire pianist and the Centro de Perfeccionamiento Plácido Domingo in the Palau de les Arts de Valencia (directed by Alberto Zedda and José Miguel Pérez Sierra) and participates as pianist and harpsichord player in several operistic productions. Simultaneously, studying clave with Carlos García-Bernalt and Béatrice Martin (with whom gained the Masters Degree of Early Music at l’ESMuC in 2013). Between October 2013 and June 2015 he was pianist and harpsichord player at the Atelier Lyrique of the National Opera of Paris, where he was working as collaborative pianist and harpichord player in several productions and also participates in piano-singing recitals at the l’Amphithéâtre Bastille and the l’Opéra Garnier. In June 2016, Gracia finishes his Masters Degre in clave and basso continuo in the Conservatory of Music of Paris, with the professors Olivier Baumont and Blandine Rannou. He is currently studying with Leonardo García-Alarcón at the Haute École de Musique of Geneva.