EMOTIONS OF THE KISSINGER SOMMER 2020

Dr. Elisabeth Müller, Cash Auditor of advisory board of Kissinger Sommer

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Looking back at the Kissinger Sommer 2019

14th of June to 14th of July

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Kissingen Piano Olympics 2020 -

Martín García García


Kissingen Piano Olympics 2020 - Martín García García 01/10/2020 - 07:30 PM
Rossini-Saal


Martín García García piano

Johann Sebastian Bach: Partita No. 6 e minor, BWV 830
Alexander Skrjabin: Sonata No. 1 f minor, op. 6
Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonata No. 28 A Major, op. 101
Federico Mompou: From the piano cycle "Música Callada" No. X, XVI, XXIV, XXV, XII, XIII 
Federico Mompou: Jeunes Filles au Jardin
Alexander Skrjabin: 3 Etudes op. 65 

Martín García García was born in 1996 in Gijón, Principado de Asturias. Since 2010 he has been studying under Galina Ediazarova at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid and by now he is a part of the Masters Program under Professor Jerome Rose at the Mannes School of Music in NYC.
Some of the more prestigious awards he has won are the 2nd prize at the Anna Artobolevskaya Competition (2005, Moscow), the 3rd prize at Moscow Piano Open (2019) and 1st prize in the following competitions: Piano Junior (2005, Barcelona), Ill Antón García Abril Piano Competition (2006, Teruel, Spain), X. Santa-Cecilia-Prize (2006, Segovia, Spain), XV. Competition “Ciudad de San Sebastían” (2008, San Sebastían), XIV. Infanta Cristina Piano Competition (Madrid, 2008), 70th  Edition of the Permanent Competition for Young Interpreters (Alcalá de Henares, Spain, 2008), IKIF (International Keyboard Institute and Festival, New York, 2018), among others. He has already performed at concert venues in Spain and abroad, such as the Monumental Theater in Madrid together with Sapnish Radiotelevision Orchestra, in the Bartók Béla National Hall (Budapest) and the Lang Recital Hall (NYC, USA).
At the recommendation of Radu Lupu, Martín García García was invited to a solo concert at the Ruhr Piano Festival, Elzbieta Penderecka had him perform at the Beethoven Festival in Warsaw. Some of his solo and chamber music performances have been broadcast by stations such as Bayerischer Rundfunk. “Encuentro de Música y Academia” in Santander has invited him to play Rachmaninov's 3rd piano concerto and he joined IKIF (International Keyboard Institute and Festival) for a full scholarship.
 

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