On January 26th, 1907, in Argentina, the pedagogue and musician Isabel María Luisa Anido was born, who, due to her imprint, would be called in history «The great lady of the guitar».
The ways to creation vary from one author to the other. Some of them recurred to the so called «inspiration», others, to extra-musical suggestions, and others to a systematic study, while the audience will always ask themselves: how did they do it?
With that opera, Gioachino Rossini was pretty sure that the title was going to be a full success, supported by the recognition that, despite his youth, he had already gained as a composer.
Right at the beginnings of the history of opera, Jacopo Peri and Giulio Caccini starred one of the first discrepancies related with the genre, when they conceived a piece with the same title in the early 17th century.
Recently published, the CD Piano Ritual (Ritual Piano) is the result of the work of a restless artist-creator: the Costa Rican Marvin Camacho and his interpreter by excellence: Leonardo Gell.
The famous musician returned to his beloved concert hall at the Basílica Menor (Minor Basilica), in the Havanian Historic Center, in order to launch the CD Piano Ritual (Ritual Piano) and a kind of sonorous courtship took place, in which he turned Kronos into Kairos.
Carlos Averhoff’s work as an artist and pedagogue links him to important cultural events in his homeland, exceeding all kinds of borders.
Music and Astronomy are two of the disciplines that, for ages, have attracted the interests of studious people all over the world.