Elisenda Fabregas

(born in Barcelona, Spain, 1955). Composer, Pianist and Pedagogue. Elisenda received doctorates from Columbia University Teachers College and the Peabody Institute of the John Hopkins University (composition) and a Masters and Bachelors in piano performance from The Juliard School. She is currently Visiting Professor at the Chugye University for the Arts in Korea. Her music has its roots on Catalan lyricism, Spanish passion and rhythmic drive, American eclecticism and, as a classically trained pianist, her music tends towards clarity of ideas and strong voice leading. Fabregas' works have been performed at festivals around the globe and her works have been recorded by the Meininger Trio.
Select works: Symphonie No. 1 for Symphonic Band, 2013; Wandering Spirit for violin and piano, 2013; Ancient Walls for solo violin, 2012; Terra Mater for Symphony Orchestra, 2011; Goyescas for flute, viola and piano, 2008/9; Voices of the Rainforest' for flute, cello and piano, 2007; Hommage à Mozart for piano, 2006; Moments of Change for soprano and piano, 2005; Voces de mi tierra for flute, cello and piano, 2003; Sonata for flute and piano, 1995.
Awards: Shepherd Distinguished Composer of the Year National Award (2001) from the Music Teachers National Association (USA)

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