JULIEN BROCAL (piano and composer) - JULIEN LIBEER (piano) - LILIT GRIGORYAN (piano) - MILOŠ POPOVIĆ (piano) - TALAR DEKRMANJIAN (Soprano) - MARIA JOÃO PIRES (piano)
Founded by pianist Maria Joao Pires, Partitura is an international collective of classical musicians who not only collaborate in musical performances, but in exploring the role and responsibilities of artists in a time when fundamental values seem compromised. Their mission is to share all kinds of music with new audiences, and they play in prisons, hospitals and schools as well as traditional concert venues around the world, and, as they say 'enable an open dialogue between different genres of art and science, and to contribute to a more comprehensive understanding of humans in their environment'. With some of the finest music in existence played by top artists, the Partitura Movement never fails to move its audiences.
CAMILLE THOMAS (Cello)
Camille worked with Marcel Bardon and Philippe Muller in Paris and Stephan Forck in Berlin, before studying under Frans Helmerson and Wolfgang-Emmanuel Schmidt at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin.
She plays a magnificent cello, the "Château Pape-Clément", made in Naples in 1788 by Ferdinand Gagliano, which is on generous loan from Bernard Magrez.
Mayte is a Flamenco cantaora (singer), bolero singer, and composer from Barcelona. She is widely recognised as one of the most important flamenco voices of her generation, singing with "moving sweetness and deep knowledge of the essence". She has also devoted part of her career to other genres such as Spanish American music, especially bolero.
RUPERT HUBER (Electronic music performer)
Rupert is an award-winning composer whose music integrates the sonification of data, such as airport soundscapes and bridge building. He describes it as 'dimensional music', that's to say, 'organised structures, sounds and tones for multiple known and unknown real and electronic spaces'. He explores the music within sites, and the architecture of sound. As one half of TOSCA (with Richard Dorfmeister), he has released 14 albums in the last 20 years, and performed around the world, including, with great acclaim, at Coachella. Based in Vienna, Rupert will be performing music that integrates the sounds of La Donaira itself.
JUAN RAMÓN VEREDAS NAVARRO (Jazz musician)
A professor of piano, chamber music and composition, Juan has been responsible for jazz and modern music at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Málaga since 2004.
He has recently finished a Music Investigation Master based on the figure of the North American pianist Bill Evans.