Concert with a special guest: Carlos Paterson
CARLOS PATERSON, Spanish organist, to join Rui Soares, in a regular pipe organ concert, tomorrow, August 10th at 12.00.
Special moment not to be missed.
Paterson is an Aragonese organist, pianist and composer, graduated from different disciplines at the Instituto Turólica Musical and the Superior Conservatory of Music of Valencia, and by great conductors such as Vicent Ros, Jose Luis Gonzalez Uriol, Montserrat Torrent, Jan Willem Jansen, Olivier Baumont , Anna Jastrzebska, Nairi Grigorian, Jesus Mª Muneta, Antón Garcia Abril and Eduardo Armenteros. He graduated with the highest qualifications, having won the organ specialty honor award and piano special award on IMT's 20th anniversary. He develops his professional activity mainly in Spain, Italy, France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Founder of the Cultural Association of Musicians Teruel and Brillant Magnus Quintet, member of the Organizing and Artistic Committee of the Anton Garcia Abril International Piano Competition, member of the Baroque trio Ars Amandi, founder of Affetti Musicale and Brillant Magnus Quintet., Several hundred concerts were performed. He already carried out throughout Spain and abroad. He has made radio programs for Radio Nacional de España and for Mary-Water Productions and Warner Classics.
As music director, he led several groups, such as the Mallén Municipal Band and the Choral Group of the Valencia Institute of Musical Arts. As a composer, it is worth highlighting your themes as If you want, remember, played by Daniel Kavanagh; the Hugo & Daniela Sonata Piano Suite, taken over by international pianist Brenno Ambrosini; chamber music as In Paradisum, premiered at Zomerconcerten de Leuven in 2017, and recently performed by prestigious trumpeter Pacho Flores (Deutsche Grammophon Artist); and choral and symphonic music such as Crux Fidelis and Alborada, the latter recently premiered at Valencia's Palau de la Música.
He has a degree in Music from UNED and a Master in Music Research from the International University of La Rioja. Last year he began a conference program on music at the Court of Charles V in Brussels for the Cervantes Institute. He is currently an organ professor at the Superior Conservatory of Music Joaquín Rodrigo de Valencia and Coordinator of the Aragon's Organ, Music and Heritage Cycle. He is an organist in the monumental Cabanilles of the Sacred Heart Church of Valencia and a piano teacher at the Institute of Musical Arts of My City.