Isabel Dobarro is one of the leading classical pianists of her generation. She has been awarded numerous prizes at international competitions and her concert career has led her to perform in Spain, Portugal, Russia, Italy, Belgium, and the U.S. Her compromise with the music composed by women and the Sustainable Development Goals have established her reputation as a compromised artist who looks for improving society through her craft. Her performances of the Spanish repertoire (both historic and contemporary) have been highly praised by critics and audiences.
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Fundación Juan March Madrid
Auditorio Nacional - Symphonic Hall
Teatro de la Zarzuela- Madrid
Isabel Dobarro has been invited to be part of a panel organized by the Cervantes Institute Observatory at the prestigious Harvard University on the García Family and its influence on the music scene in the United States.
As part of the COMA recitals, Isabel Dobarro brilliantly interpreted works by Miguel Bustamante, Consuelo Díez, Manuel Martínez Burgos, Marisa Manchado, Juan Manuel Ruiz, Mercedes Zavala, Manuel Ruiz del Corral, Andrea Casarrubios and Ana Silva. The great composer and critic Tomás Marco, said: “In this...
THE UNKNOWN PAULINE VIARDOT: CHAMBER SONGS AND DUETS
Isabel Dobarro, piano
Corina Feldkamp, soprano
Anna Tonna, mezzosoprano
Patricia Kleinman, directora artística
Recorded by Javier Monteverde para Cezanne Producciones