Conciertos Románticos – Jorge Federico Osorio


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Νέο!17 Σεπτεμβρίου 2023

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Ricardo Castro Herrera:Berceuse Op. 36, No. 1Canto de AmorPiano Concerto in A minor, Op. 22Plainte Op. 38, No. 2
Manuel Maria Ponce:ArrulladoraGavottaIntermezzoPiano Concerto No.1 "Romantico"Romanza de Amor

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Ricardo Castro Herrera:Berceuse Op. 36, No. 1Canto de AmorPlainte Op. 38, No. 2
Manuel Maria Ponce:ArrulladoraGavottaIntermezzoRomanza de Amor
Jorge Federico Osorio (Piano)
Ricardo Castro Herrera:Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 22
Manuel Maria Ponce:Piano Concerto No.1 "Romantico"
Jorge Federico Osorio (Piano)
Orquesta Sinfónica de Minería (Ορχήστρα)Carlos Miguel Prieto (Μαέστρος)

“Celebrated Mexican-born pianist Jorge Federico Osorio, “one of the most elegant and accomplished pianists on the planet” (Los Angeles Times) performs Romantic-era concertos and solo pieces by Mexican composers Ricardo Castro and Manuel María Ponce. A recipient of the prestigious Medalla Bellas Artes, the highest honor granted by Mexico’s National Institute of Fine Arts, Osorio is joined for the concertos by Mexican conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto, Musical America’s 2019 Conductor of the Year, and the Orquesta Sinfónica de Minería. The works on this recording exemplify the highest point of the romantic musical language in vogue in Mexico at the end of the 19th century, which later initiated the musical Nationalist movement brought on by the Mexican Revolution. Both Castro and Ponce made significant contributions to the development of classical music in Mexico, and their music reflects a synthesis of Mexican and European traditions, with influences from Chopin, Liszt, and Debussy. Castro’s Piano Concerto in A minor exemplifies true romanticism with lavish and spectacular orchestral lines. Serving as companion pieces to the concerto, Osorio performs three of Castro’s charming and expressive solo works: Berceuse, Canto de amor, and Plainte. Ponce’s Piano Concerto No. 1 “Romantico” simultaneously exhibits themes of great brilliance for the soloist, lyricism, introspection, virtuosity and beauty. Osorio also performs four of Ponce’s short solo piano pieces including one of his most popular works, Gavota, which captures the romantic nostalgia of Mexican society before the Revolution.”