The sound of the piano of Ignacio Bocanegra will inhabit the air of the house that Santiago Cirugeda will build in the interior of Nave 11.
This piano professor at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Madrid was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship early on in his career; he then continued his studies at the Juilliard School in New York. He has performed in the Alice Tully Hall and in the Lincoln Center in New York and when he was 26, following a public examination, he was appointed piano professor at the Higher Conservatory of Music in Aragón.
He has won awards in several national and international competitions, he has given recitals everywhere in the world and he has performed with the National Chamber Orchestra, the Moscow Virtuosi and the Symphony Orchestra of Sofía, among others.
Bocanegra’s interpretation will fill the air with his solo piano performance of:
Sonata nº 9, Op. 68 (Black Mass). Aleksandr Scriabin
Sonata nº 5, Op. 53. Aleksandr Scriabi
Je vous appelle à la vie, ô forces mysterieuses!
Noyées dans les obscures profondeurs
De l’esprit créateur, craintives
Ebauches de vie, à vous j’apporte l’audace!
Sonata (1926). Béla Bartók
Allegro moderato. Più mosso
Sostenuto e pesante
Allegro molto. Agitato. Vivacissimo
Sonata nº 6, Op. 82 (1940). Sergei Prokofiev
Tempo di valzer lentissimo