This 2017/18 season is going to be one of the most ambitious seasons of Iñaki Alberdi’s career. Once again invited as a soloist at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires with the Filarmónica de Buenos Aires, he will also offer solo concerts with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra, the RTS Symphony Orchestra of Belgrade or the Orquesta Sinfónica de Bilbao with which he will premiere Amicitia, concert for accordion and orchestra by Luis de Pablo.
In addition to the inaugural concert in the CNDM season at the Museo de Arte Reina Sofia, he will offer recitals at the Auditorio Nacional, at the Juan March Foundation or at the Festival Internacional Pórtico de Zamora, along with the cellist Asier Polo.
Iñaki Alberdi will be in the program of the Spanish National Center of Musical Diffusion for the season 2017-2018 with two concerts:
On October 16, 2017, with the concert “The accordion, protagonist” in the Auditorium 400 of the Reina Sofia Museum, with works by Jesus Torres, including a world premiere and accompanied by Miguel Ituarte, piano, David Apellaniz, cello, Maddi Arana, violin, Eneko Iriarte, bass clarinet, Xabier Calzada, flute and Jesús Herrera, reciter.
On March 17, 2018 in the Church of San Cipriano de Zamora, with works by Bach, Gubaidulina and Piazzolla, along with cellists Asier Polo.
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Iñaki Alberdi, first accordionist who plays as soloist with the Spanish National Orchestra. On June 2nd and 3rd, with Juanjo Mena as conductor, in the Auditorio Nacional de Madrid.
Platea Magazine Article. Full article here
“Alberdi is reinforced as a virtuoso accordionist, as a versatile artist and as an integral musician …
Iñaki Alberdi shows his admirable musicality by giving each of these varied music his air, while leaving in them the mark of his own interpretive personality.”
José Luis García del Busto, Scherzo Magazine.
“Iñaki Alberdi: great virtuoso of the accordion. Virtuoso in the best sense: he domines the instrument technique in a transcendent way and that allows him to create music in each phrase “, by Álvaro Guibert
You can read the full article (in Spanish) here
“I don’t think there are many more people who possess the level of virtuosity displayed by Inaki Alberdi as an interpreter.”