The academic year 2015/2016 is coming to its end. But in these last months of hard work, marimba students will still have one last chance to receive some pieces of advice about technical and musical skills of the instrument and its repertoire, as well some other important aspects such as movement and stage presence.
These last Master Classes will take place in April in Fuenlabrada (Madrid) and in May in Almoradí (Alicante). These activities are aimed at students of all levels (from Elementary to University). Continue reading
In 1741, Johann Sebastian Bach published what would become not only one of his masterpieces, but one of the most important works of his time and a reference in the History of Music. On the 275th anniversary of its publication, the Goldberg Variations BWV 988 return to the scenes by the hand of Katarzyna Myćka and Conrado Moya in a unique marimba duo version. Continue reading
In February and March, marimba students will have the opportunity to complement their studies with Conrado Moya in Albacete, Madrid, Benetússer (Valencia) and Cieza (Murcia) in Spain and Bamberg in Germany.
During the classes, technical and musical issues about the marimba and its repertoire will be discussed, as well as other important aspects such as movement and stage presence. Some of these Master Classes also include a concert to complement the educational activities. Continue reading
The year 2015 was full of great moments, like the release of the album Silentium, the presentation of new videos, significant concerts such as the one in Madrid at the Teatro Monumental or the participation in festivals, academies and Master Classes throughout Europe as IKMMA.
A special year filled with touching moments, which still kept one last big event. On New Year’s Eve, the New Palace of Stuttgart (Germany) dressed up to receive Conrado Moya in Marimba Quartett and the Goldberg Variations in a duet with Katarzyna Myćka. Continue reading
In the coming days we are premiering Conrado Moya’s new videos. These new videos include some of the most representative pieces of Silentium, Conrado Moya’s first marimba solo album.
The new videos were recorded in Alicante with a great professional team behind. The recording was directed by the director José Pérez Ramírez, Continue reading