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Instantes de Sol (Álvaro Bitrán, cello, Arturo Nieto-Dorantes, piano)
Quindecim Recordings 2001
Frédéric Chopin: Introduction and Polonaise brillante op. 3
José Bragato: Graciela y Buenos Aires
Arturo Marquez: Danzón no 5
Eduardo Gamboa: Reminiscencias, Azules
Eugenio Toussaint: Tango
Robert Schumann: Adagio and Allegro op. 70
Francisco Mignone: Modinha
Javier Montiel: No corran que es peor
Joaquín Gutiérrez Heras: Dos piezas
Max Bruch: Kol Nidrei op. 47
Días de Mar y Río
Quindecim Recordings, 2002
Manuel M. Ponce: Xochimilco, Rapsodia Mexicana no 1
Villa-Lobos: Chôros no 5 "Alma brasileira"
Camargo Guarnieri: Lundu
Ignacio Cervantes: Tres danzas cubanas: La carcajada, Vuelta al hogar, Adiós a Cuba
Ernesto Lecuona: La conga de medianoche, Danza negra
Arturo Marquez: Días de Mar y Río
Juan B. Plaza: Sonatina venezolana
Pedro Humberto Allende: Tres tonadas de carácter popular chileno
Mariano Mores: Taquito militar
Alfonso Broqua: Tres preludios pampeanos
Isaac Albéniz, IBERIA
Ponce Complete Piano Works Vol 1&2
Urtext Digital Classics, 2021
Urtext Digital Classics, 2022
Preludio y fuga sobre un tema de Haendel
Five concert etudes
Four mazurkas and two mazurkas de salon
First Piano Sonata (reconstruction by C. Vázquez and A. Nieto-Dorantes)
Romanza de amor
Introduction, prelude and fugue
"I was very moved by your interpretations. Your technical legerdemain is remarkable, and the nuances in your phrasing and articulation reveal a profound rapport with this music. Considering that the composer himself could barely play Iberia, I was amazed at how effortless you made it seem. Of course, it is anything but that!"
Walter Aaron Clark, auteur de la biographie
"Isaac Albéniz, Portrait d'un romantique"
Concert projects available
Iberia, full version
Playing this collection in full concert in concert is a tour de force that few pianists have dared to face. This recital is the result of a year in Spain where Arturo worked on this recital with three recipients of the Albéniz Medal. It has already been presented to audiences in Europe and North America with great success.
Le Piano Sorcier
This project combines works of great virtuosity with augmented reality projections. The sequel to Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker, Liszt's Waltz-Mephisto or Dukas' Sorcerer's Apprentice will accompany you on an immersive experience towards illusions where music and imagination become a perfect amalgamation.
Manuel María Ponce (1882-1948) is considered in Mexico as the Father of Mexican nationalism. He is the first composer from Mexico to have successfully merged a complex musical language with the folklore of his country. A brilliant pianist of Lisztian lineage, conductor and prolific composer, he is known throughout the world for his masterpieces for guitar, mainly thanks to the enthusiasm that Andrés Segovia is said to have carried for his music. However, Ponce confided to the piano his main love and it is through his repertoire for this instrument that we can get to know him better. An eclectic composer, he visits the Romantic, Impressionist, Neoclassical and Modern styles, always with a common thread of folklore.
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Repertoire for various projects
The great diversity of Arturo Nieto-Dorantes' piano repertoire gives him the quality of being a very versatile pianist. Indeed, the latter covers musical works from the Baroque period to that of today, passing through a vast chapter of Latin American music. This talented pianist is also always eager to learn new repertoires. He enjoys presenting integrals - like those of Mozart or Ponce - as much as he enjoys doing concept programs as well as various recitals.
His extensive repertoire with orchestra (which he has played almost entirely with renowned ensembles) covers the largest repertoire from Beethoven, Rachmaninoff and Prokofiev concertos to Tcherepnin concertos and Eugenio Toussaint's "Bouillabaisse".