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An Evening of Piano Music with Young Spanish Pianists

Venue: MESZL Ötpacsirta Salon, 1088 Budapest, Ötpacsirta utca 4. 

Date: Friday, May 12, 2023 6 PM
Ignasi Prunés da Riba, Marina Rivero Prieto, Irene Palencia Mora, Javier de Diego Bermejo
Ignasi Prunés de Riba
Marina Rivero Prieto
Irene Palencia Mora
Javier de Diego Bermejo
Ignasi Prunés de Riba was born in Granollers in 2000. He began his musical education at the Ametlla del Vallès music school, studying under the tutelage of Marta Torrents. In 2009, he joined the Escolania de Montserrat where he continued his studies in piano and organ with the guidance of Carles Vilarnès and Mercè Sanchis, respectively. Prunés has actively participated in numerous concerts and tours throughout Europe, the United States, and Russia alongside Bernat Vivancos, a composer and choirmaster. He earned distinction in his basic professional training at the Oriol Martorell High School of the Arts under the direction of Xavier Pardo. Furthermore, he has completed all eight years of the Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music piano curriculum. Prunés completed his higher studies in piano at the Escuela Superior de Música de Catalunya (ESMUC) with Denis Lossev and is currently pursuing his studies at the Liszt Academy under the guidance of professors Péter Nagy and László Borbély. His recent achievements include winning several competitions and performing numerous concerts in Spain, Germany, Italy, and Hungary. Prunés has studied under notable teachers such as Elisabeth Leonskaya, Boris Berman, Vladimir Vlardo, Claudio Martínez, and Vladimir Ovchinnyikov. He has received awards for his performances at the Juventudes Musicales de Villafranca and the Mataró Municipal Music Competition. Additionally, he studied organ at the Granollers Conservatoire and the Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music. Prunés has participated in several courses and masterclasses with internationally renowned organists. From 2016 to 2022, he served as an organist at the parish of San Esteban de Granollers. Currently, he is pursuing his studies at the Liszt Academy with organist János Pálúr.
Irene Palencia Mora (born 1999) initiated her piano studies under Professor Javier Cembellín at the Jacinto Guerrero Conservatory in Toledo. Graduating with honors, she went on to earn her degree in piano from the Royal Conservatory of Madrid, Spain in 2021, studying under Dr. Elena Orobio. Irene was a finalist for the Honor Prize. In 2022, she achieved another distinction, graduating with a degree in Spanish Philology from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Currently, she is a second-year Master's student at the Liszt Academy under the tutelage of Professors László Borbély and András Kemenes. Irene has studied with renowned pianists such as Boris Berman, Claudio Martínez-Mehner, Guillermo González, Yejin Gil, and Kennedy Moretti. Throughout her career, Irene has been invited to perform at numerous venues, including the Auditorium of Madrid, the International Music Festival in Burgos, the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando (Madrid), the Matadero Madrid Cultural Hall, as well as in Toledo at the Teatro de Rojas, El Greco Auditorium, and La Palma. Beyond Spain, she has played at the Klavierhaus Piano Mora (Passau), the Chopin House (Zelazowa Wola), the Steinway House in Warsaw, the National Gallery of Slovenia, the Festival of Young Virtuosi in Ljubljana, the MüPa Glass Hall, the BMC, and the Nádor Hall. Since 2016, Irene has also been involved in the Momentum Toledo Juventudes Musicales Association and has been a member of the PoeMAS (UNED) interdisciplinary research group since 2022, which explores the relationship between Spanish poetry and music. Recently, she was invited to give a lecture on music and poetry at the 4th Seminar.
Javier de Diego Bermejo was born in Madrid in 1999. He graduated with honors in piano and chamber music under Xabier Sukía at the CIEM Federico Moreno Torroba Conservatory in Madrid. In June 2021, he completed his Bachelor's degree in piano with honors at the Royal Conservatory of Madrid, where he studied with Professors Ana Guijarro and Patrín García-Borrego. He also studied chamber music under Graham Jackson. In the 2019-20 academic year, he was awarded an Erasmus+ scholarship to study with Moritz Winkelmann at the HMDK Stuttgart. Starting from the academic year 2021/2022, he will be studying at the Liszt Academy in Budapest, in the master's program under András Kemenes and Péter Nagy, and chamber music with Gábor Csalog and Marta Gulyás. In recent years, he has won several prizes in competitions and has given numerous solo and chamber music concerts at prestigious venues in Spain (such as the Auditorio Nacional de Música de Madrid, Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando), Germany (Steinway Gallery, Stuttgart), Hungary (BMC, MüPa Üvegterem, Nádor-terem), and Slovenia (Ljubljana Festival, National Gallery). In May 2021, he received a scholarship from the Internationale Musikakademie in Liechtenstein to attend master classes with Professor Milana Chernyavska. From 2018 to 2021, he worked as a tutor at the Orchestral Conducting Academy in Madrid and as a tutor at the Music School of the Katarina Gurksa Foundation.
Marina Rivero (born 1996) pursued her piano studies with Yuri Ananiev and Andrei Yarosinsky at the Katarina Gurska Higher Education Centre in Madrid. Later, she enrolled in the Zoltán Kodály Institute of Music Education at the Liszt Academy, where she obtained a diploma in piano pedagogy in 2020 and graduated with honours in the Kodály Master of Music Pedagogy in 2022. During her studies, she received guidance in piano from Anikó Novák and attended master classes by renowned pianists such as Marina Gurkova, Nino Kereselidze, Bruno Vlahek, Graham Jackson, and Miloš Popović. Marina has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in Spain, Italy, the Czech Republic, and Hungary. Currently, she is a student at the Liszt Academy under the tutelage of Professors Fülöp Ránki and Gyöngyi Keveházi, while also pursuing her music theory studies at the Zoltán Kodály Institute of Music Education.

The event is being organized in collaboration with the Embassy of Spain in Hungary.
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Photo: The performers

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