Repertoire

Ruben Lorenzo 3In this page you will find information about the different pieces played by Rubén Lorenzo since 1982.

His work includes a wide variety of styles, composers and pieces from the XVIII century to present, including pieces of unconventional musical notation.

Lorenzo’s keen interest in broadening his repertoire stems from his belief that the study of an extensive repertoire leads to the improvement of the quality of the interpretation itself.

Besides famous classical music composers, over the last few years, Rubén Lorenzo has been making an honest effort to promote lesser-known pieces by prominent Spanish composers through seasonal programmes focused on Spanish musical themes.

Click on each author to see the pieces performed by the artist.

 

 

Performed composers:

Albéniz, I. Donostia, P. Katchaturian, A. Pittaluga, G. Téllez, E.
Anglés, P. R. Esplá, O. Karlowicz, M. Prokofiev, S. Tchaikowsky, P. I.
Anglés, P. R. Esplá, O. Ledesma, C. Rachmaninoff, S. Turina, J.
Arciniega, G. Extremiana, H. Ledesma, N. Rameau, J. P. Urueña, I.
Azara, S. Falla, M. Liszt, F. Ravel, M. Villa-Lobos, H.
Azevedo, S. Fernández Álvez, G. Lopes-Graca, F. Rebullida, V. Wieniawski, H.
Bernaola, C. Franck, C. Malumbres, D. Reger, M. White, J. T.
Brahms, J. de Freitas Branco, L. Martínez, M. Remacha, F. Zurrón, V.
Broto Salamero, J. Glinka, M. Martínez Chumillas, M. Remiro, M. A.
Charles, A. González Acilu, A. Mendelssohn, F. Roig, R.
Chopin, F. Gottschalk, L. M. Milhaud, D. Ruiz de Velasco, R.
Couperin, F. Granados, E. Mingote, A. Sarasate, P.
Crumb, G. Grieg, E. Mompou, F. Scarlatti, D.
Cruz, I. Gurbindo, F. Mozart, W. A. Sirvent, A.
Debussy, C. Halffter, R. Olleta, D. Schumann, R.
Di Mori, E. Karlowicz, M. Pérez Ferrer, F. Soler, P.

 

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