PROJECTS


Canto LLano
La Hamaca
Mi Marioneta tiene Tres Caras


Enigma Variations, Op. 36
@ Zaha's Place
Canto LLano for Solo Marimba & Tape Delay
Canto LLano for Double Reed Quintet
Desierto de Juguete (from The Garden) for mixed media
Mantra
Memorias de un Bravo Pueblo for piano solo, side drum and strings
Merengue Japonés (from The Celestial Bar) for mixed media
Unicornios (from The Living Room) for mixed media
Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage Overture, Op.27


Salut d'Amour
Aprés un Reve
Oblivion
Homenaje - Revueltas, Carreño, Piazzolla, Castellanos
Memorias
Canto LLano
Encantamento - Piazzolla, Guarnieri, Marquez, Estevez, Revueltas
Miranda Soundtrack
Conciertos para Guitarra y Orquesta
Marturet - Music for the film Manuela Sáenz
Berliner Latin Tour
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 2
Marturet - Mantra, Canto LLano, etc.
Grieg - Piano Concerto
Beethoven - Symphony No. 7 Op.92
Mendelssohn - Piano Concerto No. 1, Capriccio Brillante
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 5
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 3
Venezuelan Classics - works by Carreño, Montes and Marturet
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 1
Tierra de Gracia
Mozart - Violin Concertos, Adagio, Rondos
Brahms - Complete Symphonies
Elgar - Enigma Variations, Mendelssohn - Calm Sea & Prosperous Voyage

In 1998 we have begun an equally ambitious project, the cycle of Beethoven Concertos which will be completed by the year 2007. This important program of concerts and recordings calls for a careful selection of brilliant Venezuelan soloists who have particularly excelled in performances of Beethoven’s works, having through this project the unique opportunity to show their talent in one of Europe’s most prestigious scenarios with an excellent German orchestra.

The pianist Vanessa Perez begun the recording cycle with the Concerto Nș1, followed by Cesar Rangel, Gabriela Montero, and Kristhyan Benitez on the Concertos Nș5, Nș3 and Nș2.

The most important aspect of the BEETHOVEN-BERLIN program is the presence of Venezuelan talent on the international scenario and its contribution to the universal art, leaving behind a documented reference for future generations. For these reasons important local and foreign companies have taken the initiative to support it.

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