1. OK curruculum :) revisar Mike

2. OK minibio :)

3. revisar foto cara colburn 

4. Diseño cuadrado blanco


6. descripciones videos

7. suscripcion para em nombre en mansaje

8. OK foto principal quitar luz y dar brillo


Shorter bio for applications

shorter more personal bio for notes of programs

television y Bayreuth en CV



Cajas en títulos?

no titulos cortados

miscelanea, aficiones o magia? recomendaciones

entrevistas preguntas

biografía personal (enlace desde biografía seria)

reflexiones, en blog? recomendaciones de escucha

propuestas de programa!!

grabaciones opinion

distintas grabaciones, diferencia tocar estudios

NO TODAS las notas se tienen q escuchar, todas han de estar y contribuir a la sonoridad, los estudios de grabación estan obsesionados con la limpieza y la claridad pero muchas veces una grabación pirata dende el sonido se funde en una sola idea es mas fiel y refleja e¡mejor el mensaje musical. (la vega, ola, Volodos)

Sense of humor Beethoven tr concerto 3.

FONDO PAGINA CON BORDES o linea arriba horizontal total

MUSIC descripciones ocasiones trucha y tchaikovsky


Piano Recital 2018-2019

Raúl Canosa

Bach, Haydn, Mompou, Schumann and Brahms





      Johann Sebastian Bach      Prelude and fugue

                                                  in c sharp minor

                                                  Prelude and fugue

                                                    in C sharp major


      Joseph Haydn           Sonata in C major Hob. XVI /50


      Federico Mompou              Scènes d’enfants






       Robert Schumann           Kinderszenen op. 15



       Johannes Brahms         Variations on a theme      

                                                of Paganini op. 35


Bach 5 voice fugue in c sharp minor is a perfect example of how the unsurpassable intellectuality of counterpoint can coexist with the beauty and sincerity in the music. Haydn Sonata is on the other hand an example of how simplicity and spontaneity can easily touch our hearts. Both Scènes d’enfants and Kinderscenen bring the listener back to the golden age of childhood explored in the idiosyncratic musical languages of Mompou and Schumann. The closure is one of the most difficult pianistic works, born as exercises for piano, after the success with audiences, Brahms decided to publish them.


Duration: 1 hour + pause

Piano Recital 2018-2019

Raúl Canosa

Soler, Schubert, Scriabin, Rachmaninov, Chopin and Liszt





Antonio Soler                   Sonata R. 37 in D

                                        Sonata R. 87 in g


  Franz Schubert                 Sonata D.960 in B flat




    Alexander Scriabin       Studio Op. 8 nº 12 “Pathetic”


  Sergey Rachmaninov   Studio Op. 39 nº 5 “Appassionato”


    Frédéric Chopin       Nocturne op. 15 nº 1 in F sharp

                                     Nocturne op. 15 nº 2 in F


      Franz Liszt                       Valleè d’Oberman


Schubert last sonata is one of the most sincere and touching masterpieces written for the instrument. In its apparent simplicity, it reveals an intricate world of passions and sorrows. The extremely dramatic studies by Scriabin and Rachmaninov were both written in the same tonality but one notated in d sharp and the second one in e flat. It is usually said that Rachmaninov was inspired by the piece of his classmate and friend to compose this apocalyptic studio. Two of the most beloved Chopin Nocturnes will calm the atmosphere before the storm of the Valleè d’Oberman a piece that shows a mature Liszt far from the cheap virtuosism and inspired by great writers like Lord Byron or Étienne de Senancour.


Duration: 1 hour 25 min. + pause

Thematic Recitals

Spanish flavor

Piano recital

Raúl Canosa

Mompou, Granados, Ravel, Albéniz and Liszt




        Federico Mompou                  Scènes d’enfants


      Enrique Granados             Cuentos de infancia op. 1


          Maurice Ravel                           Scarbo





            Isaac Albéniz                           La Vega


             Franz Liszt                      Spanish Rhapsody

Spanish music has always been considered exotic because of its Arabic influences and its original and idiosyncratic flavor. The Arabic atmosphere is incredibly present in La Vega of Albéniz, inspired in la Alhambra of Granada. Ravels mother was Spanish and in some of his pieces we find rhythms and colors that remind us of Spain but filter through the detailed compositional style of Ravel. The Spanish Rhapsody is one of the most successful pieces by Liszt, it was improvised during his visit to Spain and used several popular melodies arranged with the grace of his unmatchable virtuosity.



Duration: 1h 05min + pause

Music and Poetry

Piano recital

Raúl Canosa

Liszt, Wagner, Albéniz, and Ravel





   Franz Liszt                   Liebestraum


                                         Après une lecture du Dante:

                                         Fantasia quasi Sonata


  Wagner/Liszt                 Isolde Liebestod






Isaac Albéniz                        La Vega



     Maurice Ravel            Gaspard de la nuit


                            1. Ondine

                         2. Gibet

                            3. Scarbo







Music and poetry are two very similar arts in some aspects. Both search the beauty and musicality in the sound or words. All the pieces in this recital are inspired or linked to a poem that was responsible of its creation. Knowing the argument of each poem give us a new insight into these fantastic pieces and into the creative compositional process of the composers presented in this program.


Duration: 1 hour 10 min. + pause