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Lucia Barrero (violin) and Alfredo Oyaguez (piano)
December 9 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Lucía Barrero, violin – Alfredo Oyaguez, piano
- Mozart Sonata for Piano and Violin
- Mendlessohn Violin Concerto in E minor
- Bach B minor Partita for unaccompanied violin
The Lunchtime Music Series is very informal and eclectic. Musical styles range from solo jazz piano, to modern string duos to folk.
- Music starts a 1pm
- no cover – no reservations.
- Lunch is served concurrently from 11am – 3pm.
Lucía Barrero was born in Majorca (Spain), and she started her studies of violin when she was six. She graduated at the age of 21 from the Conservatory of Music of the Balearic Islands, Spain. Afterwards, she moved to the United States where she is doing her Master in Violin Performance with Susan Waterbury at Ithaca College School of Music. Other violin professors she has had during her career in Spain are Lourdes Pons, Ricardo Duato, Jose Manuel Álvarez Losada and Vicente Balaguer. She has been Concertmaster of the Young National Orchestra of Spain and titular member for the last two years of the European Union Youth Orchestra (EUYO). Playing with these orchestras has given her the opportunity to perform under the baton of prestigious conductors, such as Vasily Petrenko, Manfred Honeck, Gianandrea Noseda, and others.
Alfredo Oyaguez has performed extensively in Europe (Germany,France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Poland, Czech Republic, Denmark, Sweden, Austria, Holland, Belgium, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo), Asia (Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore), and the United States as a soloist, recitalist, chamber music pianist and vocal accompanist. He has recorded for the Spanish National Radio, Radio France, Polish Radio and Television (KDB in Santa Barbara, California), and The Danish National Radio P2. Master Classes attended include those given by the Bartok Quartet, Oslo Trio, Muir Quartet, Tokyo Quartet, and the Julliard Quartet, among others. Oyaguez has collaborated with Agustín León Ara, Jesse Levine, Wolfgang Meyer, Jaap Schröder, Aaron Berofsky, Zuill Bailey, Andrew Smith, Smerald Spahiu, Andres Mustonen , Ramon Jaffe, The Parkanyi String Quartet (Holland), the Esbjerg Ensemble, and the Copenhagen Ensemble “Contemporanea”(Denmark).
He is currently on the Faculty of the Palma de Mallorca Conservatory in the Balearic Islands of Spain, where he is also the Artistic director of the Deia International Music Festival as well as the Director and Founding member of Camerata Deia. For several summers he has taught at the prestigious International Music Seminar on Spanish Music, “Musica en Compostela,” in Santiago de Compostela. Future engagements include Chamber Music Festivals in Germany, Finland, Iceland, Austria, Italy, France and concert tours in South America and Asia.