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Composer: Granados, Enrique (1867-1916)

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AmsterdamPatricia Petibon & Susan Manoff

© Bernard Martinez
Debussy, Fauré, Poulenc, Satie, de Falla, Granados, Turina, Obradors
Patricia Petibon; Susan Manoff

AmsterdamBarbara Kozelj and Julius Drake: The Spanish Songbook

© Andreas Terlaak
Korngold, Berg, Wolf, Rodrigo, Granados, Turina, Guridi, Guastavino
Barbara Kozelj; Julius Drake

LondonGuildhall Wigmore Recital Prize

Granados, Ravel, Chopin
Ming Xie, Piano

GranadaAlbéniz, Granados, Barrios, Tárrega

Albéniz, Granados, Barrios, Tárrega
Pablo Sáinz Villegas, Guitar

KatonahIsabel Leonard, mezzo-soprano; Sharon Isbin, guitar

García Lorca, Granados, Rodrigo, Montsalvatge, Tárrega, de Falla
Isabel Leonard; Sharon Isbin
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Bringing Spanish heat to an operatic double-bill

María Toledo in El amor brujo © BBC | Mark Allan
It's a rare treat to hear Spanish opera in London; Josep Pons and the BBC SO made a worthy case for hearing Falla’s El amor brujo and Granados’ Goyescas more often.
***11
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Benjamin Grosvenor’s Chicago debut

Benjamin Grosvenor © Todd Rosenberg Photography
The pianist’s ability to easily bring out the melodic qualities, the shifts in mood and color from amidst the swirling pyrotechnics is remarkable for someone so young.
*****
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An evocation of Spain in lunchtime Manchester

The Katona Twins © Peter Goodbody
The Katona twins guitar duo conjured up the many moods of Spain and South America in a lunchtime recital of music by Falla, Albéniz, Granados and Piazzolla.
****1
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Virtuosic command and intimate focus

Benjamin Grosvenor © operaomnia.co.uk
An intelligent programme from Benjamin Grosvenor, demonstrating his virtuosic command and stylistic range.
****1
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Goyescas and Suor Angelica: an odd couple in Naples

Giuseppina Piunti (Rosario) and Andeka Gorrotxategui (Fernando) © Ramella & Giannese | Teatro Regio Torino
Juxtaposing Granados’ sensuality with the miserable story of Suor Angelica functioned by contrast, as they do not have anything in common.
****1
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