Plural Ensemble

30/03 - 20:00h - CONCERT N.1 

Fabra i Coats-Fàbrica de Creació

Rui Borges, flute / Antonio Lapaz, clarinet / Carlos Apellániz, piano / Ema Alexeeva, violin / David Apellániz, cello

Conductor: Fabián Panisello


⇨ Plural Ensemble

⇨ Mixtur Open Call

⇨ Conducting Workshop


- Hidden dances (2016) by Israel López Estelche (Spain)  - 9'

for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano

- Emellanåt, stundom (2016) by Lina Järnegard (Sweden) – 7’ M

for clarinet, cello and piano

- Trío II (1996) by Fabián Panisello (Argentina) - 9'

for violin, cello and piano

- PAUSE - - Frío de Límites (2016) by Francisco José Andreo Gázquez (Spain) - 7'

for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano

- Chamber Symphony op.9 by Arnold Schönberg (Austria) - 22'

for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano

M- Work selected from Mixtur Open Call


PluralEnsemble is an instrumental ensemble which specialises in the music of the twentieth and twentyfirst centuries. It was founded by Fabián Panisello, its director, and its vocation is that of divulging contemporary music, with special emphasis on the music of Spain. Always aiming for the highest quality of interpretation, it performs every year a season of concerts and tours, alternating the most demanding soloist repertoire with ensemble works. Over the years, PluralEnsemble has appeared to great critical and public acclaim in the principal specialised international festivals in Europe and America. It has made numerous recordings for the WDR, RBB, RNE, RF, ORF, RTBF radios or the Polish radio, amongst many others, as well as recording CDs for the following labels: Col legno (Munich), Verso (Madrid), Cervantes (Bremen) y NEOS (Munich). Renowned soloist such as Dimitri Vassilakis, Nicholas Isherwood, Alda Caiello, Allison Bell, Salome Kammer, Siegfried Mauser, Jörg Widmann, Pilar Jurado, Marco Blaauw, Miquel Bernat, and conductors such as Daniel Kawka, Zsolt Nagy and Cristóbal Halffter take part on their projects and concerts.