Through The World on Two Pianos
Through the world on two pianos
What do a German composer with Polish roots, a North American and two French composers have in common? They were all great admirers of Ibero-American music as the program selected by the pianists Martina Lenton and Jason Ponce shows. The repertoire for piano for four hands and for two pianos pays homage to music from Spain, Cuba and Brazil. Also on the program are Mozart's "Grand Sonata in D Major" for two grand and Schubert's "Fantasia in F minor" for four-hand piano.
Martina Lenton graduated in Protected content the Conservatorio Superior Música de Salamanca with the titles "Pianist" and "Lied accompanist". In Protected content completed the master's degree in songwriting at the University of Music and Theater Hamburg. She is a laureate of various international competitions such as "Premi Ciutat de Carlet", "Juventudes Musicales de Soller", "Gustav Mahler Competition" for Lied duos of the College of Music and Theater u.a. As a soloist she appeared in Spain, France, Portugal and Germany. During the Protected content season she was a full-time accompanist at the Conservatoire Regional de Ponta Delgada in the Azores - Portugal.
Jason Ponce. After completing his piano studies in Colombia, the Colombian Jason Alejandro Ponce Guevara studied at the University of Music in Lübeck and successfully completed his diploma studies in Protected content . He then studied songwriting at the University of Music and Theater Hamburg. In Protected content received the Maritim Musikpreis the first prize of the piano accompanist. In the competition "Revivamos nuestra música" of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia he was also awarded the first prize. As a soloist with orchestra he played in Colombia with various prestigious orquesta.
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