Performing Juan Antonio Simarro’s Adagio for violin, piano, and strings, Isabel Dobarro moved the audience that filled the most prestigious auditorium in Spain.
Isabel Dobarro shared her work in the recovery of women composer’s works and performed pieces by Szymanowska, Bonis, and Viardot.
The award, which recognizes outstanding women in all fields, recognized Isabel’s role in the promotion of women composer’s music dissemination and performance and her efforts in the advancement towards a more sustainable planet.
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...
Isabel Dobarro performed the complete piano works by Soledad de Bengoechea, Facetas Vascas by Ignacio Tellería, Acrobacias by Luis de Pablo, and El Puerto by Isaac Albéniz.
Isabel Dobarro gave the Italian premiere of Marianna Martinez’s concerto in G Major with the San Giovanni Orchestra conducted by Keith Goodman. The concert took place at the Monastero delle Trentaré. The Italian critic Massimo Cerrito described Isabel Dobarro as a virtuoso pianist.
Isabel Dobarro along with singers Anna Tonna and Manuel Gómez performed music by women composers from Germany and Spain at the prestigious Iberoamerikanisches Institut in Berlin and Mendelssohn Haus in Leipzig. The event was sponsored by the Spanish Embassy in Germany.
The great singer Montserrat Martí, one of the most prestigious international careers in the world of opera, daughter of the legend Montserrat Caballé, and Isabel Dobarro performed a concert of opera and zarzuela in Galicia. An unforgettable event. Galician singer Andrea Pousa and composer and...
The concert took place at the Espacio Turina in Seville. The newspaper “El Diario de Sevilla” stated that “the very demanding role of soloist was performed with ease and brilliance by the pianist”.
Isabel Dobarro performed Woomen by Mario Diz, Marianna von Martines’ G Major Concerto, and Clara Schumann’s Concerto, all of them for piano and orchestra. Her performance was described by the newspaper Pontevedra Viva as “masterful”. The concert took place at the Pazo da Cultura de...
Isabel Dobarro taught both college and pre-college students.
The recording took place at Estudios Uno.
The concert featured Galician composers.
The concert took place at San Juan de Dios’ church in Antequera.
The concert took place at the Sala María Cristina in Málaga.
Isabel Dobarro receives an award for her trajectory and contributions to the music world.
The concert also included works by Teresa Catalán, Claudia Montero, and Amy Beach.
Isabel Dobarro gave an online lecture for Prof. García Orozco’s class at the internationally prestigious university.
Miguel Borrego and Isabel Dobarro performed a tribute concert to Pauline Viardot with her works and pieces by female composers of her time.
Isabel Dobarro performed a concert as part of the Christmas Music Cycle of Madrid with works by women composers, including two premieres by Pauline Viardot.
Isabel Dobarro gives a performance and brief presentation on women composers to close the Universidad Complutense de Madrid conference on Women in Musical Iconography.
Isabel Dobarro was a member of the prestigious faculty of the IV Curso de Perfeccionamiento Pianístico de Veracruz, giving master classes and lectures.
Isabel Dobarro gave a lecture at the Centro Gallego in Madrid on the music in the works of Emilia Pardo Bazán. On this subject she has published an article for Platea Magazine and has presented at the prestigious international congress on this figure in A...
The CD receives one of the most prestigious prizes in Spain.
A collaborative work by Isabel Dobarro together with Anna Tonna, Corina Feldkamp and Patricia Kleinman, re-discovering unpublished works for voice and piano by the Spanish-French composer Pauline Viardot.
Isabel Dobarro, along with musicologists Patricia Kleinman, and Amy Kyle, and singers Anna Tonna, Randi Marazzo and Nicole Leone moderated and participated in a panel on Pauline Viardot’s lilfe and works at the King Juan Carlos Center at New York University.
Isabel Dobarro presented a lecture-recital at the Royal Conservatory in Madrid on Pauline Viardot.
Isabel Dobarro performed works by 19th century composers at the prestigious Sala María Cristina in Málaga as part of the season of the city’s Sociedad Filarmónica.
Isabel Dobarro was the winner of the prestigious award recognizing her career and contributions in the musical field.
Isabel Dobarro performed a selection of works by Galician composers at the Museo de Bellas Artes de la Coruña. Among them, she performed the premiere of Galician Fancy, dedicated to her by the composer Octavio Vázquez.
Isabel Dobarro performed contemporary works by women composers at the prestigious Teatro Bergidum in Ponferrada within the Cristóbal Halffter Festival.
Isabel Dobarro, Sara Areal, Raquel Areal and Julia Dopico continued their tour in Galicia with an acclaimed concert at the Liceo de Ourense.
Isabel Dobarro, Sara Areal, Raquel Areal and Julia Dopico performed works by Eugenia de Osterberger, Marcial del Adalid, Margarita Viso and Julia Dopico at the Círculo de las Artes in Lugo.
Isabel Dobarro, along with violinists Sara Areal and Raquel Areal, as well as composer Julia Dopico began their tour in Galicia with a successful concert at the Jofre Theater, performing works by Eugenia de Osterberger, Marcial del Adalid, Margarita Viso, and Julia Dopico.
Surrounded by the Alcázar’s magic gardens, Isabel Dobarro performed masterpiece by nineteenth-century women composers with great success. The newspaper “El Correo de Andalucía” considered her performance “luminous and unique”.
Isabel Dobarro, along with Anna Tonna, Corina Feldkamp, and Patricia Kleinman recorded the CD “The Unknown Pauline Viardot” at Cézanne Studios. The recording engineer was Grammy winner Javier Monteverde.
A great success for the violin and piano duo who performed a selection of women composers’ works for the ensemble.
Isabel Dobarro along with Anna Tonna, Corina Feldkamp and Patricia Kleinman performed Pauline Viardot’s unknown works at the Museum of the Romanticism in Madrid. A great success.
Isabel Dobarro was part of the prestigious Women Now Conference along with her Majesty Queen Letizia, Kathleen Kennedy, and other relevant people from the cultural and political fields. Isabel spoke about the role of women in music history.
Conducted by maestro Filipe Cunha, the Braga Philharmonic Orchestra and the Spanish pianist performed a sublime Mozart Concerto n.23
You can find the recording here: https://www.piazzolla100official.com/publicaciones/isabel-dobarro-interpreto-su-version-junto-al-violoncelista-antonio-martin-en-un-sentido-homenaje-a-astor-piazzolla/
Isabel Dobarro performed a contemporary repertoire including works by Julia María Dopico Vale, Teresa Catalán, Beatriz Arzamendi, Consuelo Díez, Mercedes Zavala, Sonia Megías, Ana Isabel Vázquez Silva & Margarita Viso.
Isabel Dobarro gave a lecture on entrepreneurship in Madrid (Spain) for students from all over Europe.
Along with musicologist Patricia Kleinman and mezzosoprano Anna Tonna, Isabel Dobarro gave a lecture on Pauline Viardot as part of the international homage she is organizing celebrating this composer.
The pianist and the violinist performed a repertoire of women composers including an unpublished work by Pauline Viardot. Critic Mar Norlander in the newspaper La Nueva España said “we witnessed Pérez Dobarro’s sensibility at the piano and her confidence playing” (…) “good performance and sinergy...
Isabel Dobarro and cellist Antonio Martín record Piazzolla, an homage to the Argentinian composer in his centenary. You can watch via this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt2gVS85RO0 Video- Noah Shaye Audio – Shayan Fathi Camaleon Studios
Isabel Dobarro performed works by Pauline Viardot, Eugenia de Osterberger, Clara Schumann, and Mel Bonis among other women composers. Composer Miguel Bustamante described Isabel’s playing as “elegant and charming.”
Arts and science together at the Josefa Wonenburger Prizes ceremony. Isabel Dobarro performed Clara Schumann and Narcisa Freixas to pay homage to Amparo Alonso, this year’s prizewinner.
The successful concert was part of the Mostra da Cultura Portuguesa.
A new successful collaboration between both musicians.
Isabel Dobarro performed Mozart’s masterpiece along with violinist Abelardo Martín, viola Víctor Gil, cellist Irene Celestino and oboist Valle González.
Isabel Dobarro and the Ínsula Trio premiered in Spain several works by the French composer at the prestigious Festival de Música Española de Cádiz with great success.
Isabel Dobarro and Paco Gil played works by Carme Rodríguez, María Camahort, and Silvia Llanas Rich. In the words of eminent composer and musicologist Marisa Manchado defined the performers as “excellent and committed.”
The Spanish pianist presented a lecture-recital of women composers including Beach, Montgeroult, Szymanowska, Bonis, C.Schumann, García Ascot, Freixas and Carreño.
Isabel Dobarro along with Carlos Núñez and his band had a great success performing Beethoven’s works inspired in the Celtic tradition. Todalamúsica.es affirmed that “the most intimate moments appeared with the flute of Núñez, the piano of Pérez Dobarro and the voice of Ryan, with...
Isabel Pérez Dobarro and Carlos Núñez performed the Celtic Beethoven repertoire, combining classical and celtic influences in front of a full house. They collaborated with Elías Gurevich, Pancho Álvarez, Xurxo Núñez, Itsaso Elizagoien, and Marcos Lombardi. Later on, they also performed some of Carlos Núñez...
Isabel Pérez Dobarro was the soloist of the Concerto for piano and orchestra op.7 by Clara Schumann and Frágil by Clara Gil this past January 27th at the Palau de la Música Catalana. She performed with the Orquesta Sinfónica Solidaria de Barcelona with conductor Claudia...
Isabel Pérez Dobarro performed with the world-renowned cellist a varied program that included works by Beethoven, C.Schumann, Beach, Macedo, Granados and Cassadó.
The concert took place at the Teatro Circo Price within the Festival Inverfest. The renowned group Amaral made a special appearance.
Isabel Pérez Dobarro and baritone Borja Quiza along with musicologist Estíbaliz Santamaría were the protagonists of a concert of Galician lieder at the Centro Gallego de Madrid organised by Galicia´s Government Xunta de Galicia honouring Galician emigration. The sold out concert was a success.
Isabel Pérez Dobarro and Carlos Núñez presented the Celtic Beethoven repertoire to a full house in Barcelona. El Periódico critic said: “The heart of the concert were these slow compositions (…) led by the young piano virtuosa Isabel Pérez Dobarro.”
As part of their Galician tour, Isabel Pérez Dobarro had a great success with Celtic music legend and Grammy Winner Carlos Núñez performing Celtic Beethoven at the Pazo da Cultura in Pontevedra, Teatro Afundación in Vigo, and the Teatro Rosalía in A Coruña.
Isabel Pérez Dobarro performed the Celtic Beethoven repertoire with world-renowned flutist and bagpiper Carlos Núñez and his band. This is a project both artists are working on in conmemoraron of the extraordinary German composer in the 250 anniversary of his birth.
Isabel Pérez Dobarro performed with the great Galician flutist and bagpiper, Sony Artist and Grammy Winner Carlos Núñez at a benefit concert in Ourense. The sold out performance collected 5000 euros for the organisation.
Isabel Pérez Dobarro made her debut in Porto performing a program of Spanish music at the Julio Resende Foundation.
Isabel Pérez Dobarro performed a program of Spanish music with great success in Madrid at the Shigeru Kawai Center. The venue was sold out and the pianist’s interpretations received an enthusiastic ovation.
Isabel Pérez Dobarro gave a lecture on her experience in both the music and international relations fields at the Colegio Manuel Peleteiro in Santiago de Compostela (Spain).
Isabel Pérez Dobarro will teach a masterclass at the Colegio Manuel Peleteiro Conservatory in Santiago de Compostela (Spain). The event will take place on January 9, 2018.
On January 5, 2018, Isabel Pérez Dobarro will perform Franck´s Symphonic Variations with the Real Filharmonía de Galicia orchestra. You can purchase tickets here.