Cuban pianist Frank Fernández gives master classes in Spain

The Cuban pianist and composer Frank Fernandez, slated to teach master classes, gave a concert in Madrid, Spain, following a successful concert at the Allerheiligen-Hofkirche hall in Munich, Germany.

The tickets were sold out two days prior to the concert, which took place in the Allerheiligen-Hofkirche church, specially enabled to this end.

The ambassador of Cuba in Germany, Ramon Ripoll, and other members of the diplomatic mission, witnessed the public’s expressions of admiration and standing ovations, quite unusual for the German audience, used to applauding from their seats, without standing up.

The director of the Cervantes Institute in Munich, Felipe Santos, was also present, and gave his positive impressions, since even though great artists play in the hall, it doesn’t fill up, and has not seen such a reaction in the two years since it was enabled for concerts.

From Germany, Fernandez travelled to Spain, and will give clases to alumni of the National Conservatory of Spain and the Reina Sofia Conservatory.

Some of them are students of Leonel Morales, a notable Cuban pianist who was himself Fernandez’s student for years in the University of Arts of Cuba.

 
Lab/ Taked from Prensa Latina

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