Last weekend, the Liceu Conservatory held the Liceu Junior Fundación Ferrer-Salat Scholarship concert, in which the youngest piano and violin talents, Scholars of the Ferrer-Salat Music Foundation, offered their repertoire in the Liceu Conservatory’s Chamber Room, and brought to the stage the knowledge acquired during the 22-23 academic year.
On May 13, the young pianists Norah Wanton and Alexis Pérez Arrua offered a repertoire based on works by Beethoven, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Pick-Mangiagalli, Bach and Chopin.
On the other hand, the program on May 14, focused on the violin repertoire, included the Scholars Joana Espar, Iker Ortega, Ángeles Oltra, Víctor Gómez , Hugo Beltrán and Joana Santandreu, who, accompanied by the pianist Cristina Esclápez, included works by composers such as Bruch, Viotti, Kreisler, Wieniawski, Sarasate and Mendelssohn.
During this course, these young talents have had the opportunity to work with the best teachers in the inspiring and enriching environment of the Liceu Conservatory, as a privileged complement to the preparation they receive from their elementary and professional studies teachers.
Promoted by the Ferrer-Salat Music Foundation and the Liceu Conservatory Foundation, Liceu Júnior is a pioneering project in our country, which aims to help develop young talents, create equal opportunities and guide girls and boys between the ages of 8 and 16 towards artistic excellence who demonstrate exceptional skills and qualities, future musicians with a firm will to give the best of themselves to become top-level artists committed to society and aware of the importance of fighting for equality and social cohesion through music.