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Free Lunchtime Concert: Lucía Sánchez de Haro (Piano)

Tuesday 09 July 2019

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Representing the Iberian and Latin American Music Society


Enrique Granados – Escenas Románticas
Isaac Albéniz – ‘Almería’ from Iberia
Ernesto Nazareth – Odeon
Radamés Gnattali – Canhoto
Nikolai Kapustin – Paraphrase on ‘Aquarela do Brasil’
Lucía Sánchez de Haro Piano


Born in Spain, Lucía Sánchez de Haro began her musical training aged seven. In 2007, she moved to San Sebastián to work with pianist Ricardo Requejo at the Higher School of Music ‘Musikene’, where she obtained the Higher Diploma in Music. At the same time, she specialised in chamber music with Irini Gaitani. In 2012, she moved to London to pursue a postgraduate degree. In October 2014, she graduated with a Master of Performance (piano) from the Guidhall School of Music & Drama, where she studied with teachers Peter Bithell and Noriko Ogawa with the support of the Guildhall School Trust and the Leverhulme Trust.

Lucía got selected as a Concordia Foundation Artist in 2015. She won the piano place for the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s Foyle Future Firsts Development Programme 2015/16. She was selected, as part of the Duo 234 Strings with Felicity Smith, as resident ensemble to take part in the Chamber Tots Concerts at Wigmore Hall during 2017/18.

She has developed her music career as a soloist as well as chamber musician. She has collaborated with different instrumentalists and she works regularly as a duo with violinist Tomer Marcus and with cellist Felicity Smith. She has also explored the music theatre world working with Theatre Alibi and has collaborated as a répétiteur with Bloomsbury Opera. She has performed in Spain, Switzerland and United Kingdom at venues including Wigmore Hall, St John’s Smith Square, Royal Festival Hall and Milton Court Concert Hall.

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