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SCHUBERTIADA (Classical music open stage)
FREE ENTRY (compulsory drink purchase)
Rossini, Mozart or Schubert participated in regular meetings with artists and friends where they used to read and discuss literary works, dance and laugh.
At Matisse Club we would like to retrieve this lovely tradition offering everyone the most Bohemian version of the classical genre with informal and spontaneous reunions for instrumentalists, composers, singers,painters, or dancers. Everyone is invited to join!
We have made a song selection that we hope can help to fuel what it will become a great evening where everyone could feel the intimate reality of each one of the presents.
In charge of the Schubertiada:
JOSÉ RAMÓN MARTÍN: Pianist and artistic director of Matisse Club.
He initiated his piano and violin studies at the age of 8 in the Escolanía of Valencia. Subsequently studying piano with Ricardo Roca and Mario Monreal. He assisted to masterclasses with Guillermo González, Rita Wagner, Wolfram Rieger and Miguel Zanetti. He has won the “Maestro Serrano” competition 5 times, 1st place in the “Ciudad de la Línea” National Contest and 1st prize “Concurso Internacional José Roca”. In 2007, José Ramón was selected by the “Centre de Perfeccionamiento Plácido Domingo” where he specialiced as repertorists working with A. Zedda, A. Zabala, K. Sallman, R. Vignoles o G. Fabbrini, among others; and trained as musical director with J.M. Pérez Sierra. Since then, he has been working as pianist repertorist and director assistant at the “Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía” where he has been working with masters like Maazel, Mehta, Domingo, Chailly, Prêtre, Abbado, Biondi, Luisotti, Wellber, Dantone, etc. He participates with the Orquesta de la C. Valenciana addressing the symphonic repertoire with the piano and, occasionally, as harpsichord or fortepiano player and debuted as musical director in 2016 with the Mozzart “Idomeneo” at the Palau de les Arts, receiving excellent reviews. In 2017, “El Carnaval de los animales” at the Martín y Soler venue.