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
Last few weeks are being quite intense: we are preparing some major updates in ConradoMoya.com. Changes are finally becoming visible and today we are pleased to announce the new logo. From now on, it will represent the artist in the digital world, communications and in the new content to come. Continue reading
From April to July, marimba students will have the opportunity to complement their studies with Conrado Moya in different points of Spain and Germany.
Cieza (Murcia), Llíria (Valencia), Ciudad Real, Albacete and Valga (Pontevedra) in Spain; and Nuremberg and Hannover in Germany, will be the stages which will host the next marimba master classes. During the classes, technical and musical issues about the marimba and its repertoire will be discussed, as well as other aspects as movement and stage presence. In some of these cities, marimba solo concerts will be added to the educational activities.
Below, we bring you a summary of Conrado Moya’s next teaching activities. Continue reading
February 28th, 2015 will be one of those difficult-to-forget dates for Conrado Moya: his first album, Silentium, was officially presented and marked a new milestone in his artistic career.
The Auditorium of the Provincial Council of Alicante (ADDA), place of reference for music in the artist hometown, became a perfect setting for the public presentation of the CD. His chamber hall was overflowing with people whose eagerness was already becoming evident in the very last moments before the beginning of the concert.
After a long ovation, Conrado Moya finally appeared on stage. Continue reading