Spanish Pianist Sylvia Torán at GU’s Friday Music Series

Spanish Pianist Sylvia Torán at GU’s Friday Music Series

The Georgetown University Music Program’s ‘Friday Music Series’ features acclaimed artists in free concerts.

Madrid-born pianist Sylvia Torán won the First Prize at the International Master Players Competition held in Lugano (Switzerland) and that same year made her debut in New York, obtaining a glowing review in the New York Times. She has performed in such prestigious series and places as Ibermúsica, Mozart Festival, Palau de la Música (Barcelona), Wigmore Hall (London), Salle Gaveau (Paris), and Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center (New York). 

Torán has recorded for WFMT Radio (Chicago), KUSC (L.A.), Radio Nacional, TVE-1and TVE-2 (Spain), Polish TV, etc. She also has recorded an album entirely dedicated to Chopin on the English label ASV.

Her last tour in United States leaded her from west coast to New York, where she played at Carnegie Recital Hall, obtaining a clamorous success with her Water Recital, as homage to Isaac Albéniz.

Concert Program
Tres miniaturas contemporáneas by Brotons, C. Diez and R. Rodriguez
Dos sonatas del Padre Soler
Puerto y Almería by Albéniz
  • Music
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Fri, October 25, 2013
  • 1:15 pm


Venue map

McNeir Hall, New North Building, Georgetown University, 37th and O Streets Northwest, Washington, DC 20057

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Organized by Department of Performing Arts of Georgetown University.