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Rosa Torres-Pardo

Rosa Torres-Pardo is one of the most prominent Spanish pianists of her generation. She has been awarded the National Music Prize and the Extraordinary Prize from the Madrid Conservatory. She furthered her studies in London with Maria Curcio and at the Juilliard School in New York.

She has performed on prestigious stages such as the Teatro Real in Madrid, Carnegie Hall, and Lincoln Center in New York, Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, and the Konzerthaus in Berlin, among others, collaborating with orchestras such as the LA Philharmonic, the Soviet Radio TV, and the London Symphony. Her recent recording of the piano works of E. Granados with Deutsche Grammophon has been unanimously praised by critics. She has given master classes at the Juilliard School, the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna, and the Beijing Conservatory. Her repertoire spans from 18th-century Spanish music to the latest generations of contemporary composers.

Her recent premieres include Ricardo Llorca's Batucada Sinfónica at the Palau de la Música Catalana and the premiere of Tres sombreros de Copa in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Additionally, she has performed Sonia Megías's Cantata Sinfónica at the Teatro Real in Madrid and Rosa en Alejandría at the National Auditorium. After receiving the National Music Prize, she was invited by the Teatro de la Zarzuela to perform the concert gala "Música entre amigas" with some of the artists she has collaborated with throughout her career.

In October 2023, she embarked on a tour of the United States with The Runaways, featuring works by Spanish composers who traveled to New York in search of a new musical identity. Following the tour, she will premiere "Nosotros" at the Teatro de la Abadía alongside the actor and theater director Mario Gas, with a script by Luis García Montero. Additionally, honored with the Serrada National Music Prize and selected among the Top 100 Women Leaders in Spain, Rosa Torres-Pardo is an artist in residence at The New York Opera Society.

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