Sun, 23 Jul|
Sosnowska and Garcías Duo
Magi enthralled the audience at Sala61 in March when we were treated to evening programme of beautiful piano. His return to Sala61 brings the addition of cello with Zuzanna Sosnowska. We are delighted to be featuring more cello at sala61
23 Jul 2023, 19:30 – 20:30
Sala61 , Carrer de Sant Jordi, 61, 07460 Pollença, Illes Balears, Spain
Magi and Zuzanna played at the Brahms Festival in Pollenca in 2022 a stunning performance of Brahms Sonata No 1 op 38. Have a listen on You Tube…you can hear why we think it is going to be a special evening at sala61.
We are very fortunate that these artists can play for us so please come and have a glass of wine and sit back and enjoy some fabulous cello and piano. Performance lasts for an hour and starts at 19:30 but join us for a welcome glass of cava first from 19:00.
Schumann - 5 pieces in folk style
Britten - C major Sonata
Manuel de falla - 7 canciones populares españolas
Sala61 is air conditioned so no need to worry about the hot Mallorcan evenings
More about the artists
Zuzanna started playing the cello at the age of 7 and her love for music and the instrument was quickly formed. After her initial music eduction at the Brzewski Music School in Warsaw she then went on to complete her Masters at Excel Superior de Musica Reina Sofia in Madrid with Profesors Jens Peter Maintz and Fernando Arias.
During her educational and playing career, Zuzanna has been highly successful winning scholarships, receiving awards including a special prize from Queen Sofia and is now invited to play in festivals in most of Europe and also Canada. In 2028 Zuzanna recorded the first cello concerto written by Grazyna Bacewicz one of Polands most prominent composers of the 20th century.
You can read more about Zuzanna on her web site.
After studying in Spain with Enrique Bagaría, Lluís Rodríguez Salvà and Iván Cítera he went on to complete a Masters at the Hochschule für Musik in Weimar, Germany, with Professor Gerlinde Otto. He has been awarded in many competitions and plays in festivals around the world, including the Chopin Festival here in Mallorca.
He currently combines his artistic activity with teaching as an associate professor at the Conservatorio Superior de les Illes Balears and has accompanied masterclasses by famous teachers like Ramón Ortega, Dudu Carmel or Thomas Indermhülle.
More information about Magí can be found on his web site