Women in Classical Music: Part 2 of 3 – Ana de la Vega

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Women in Classical Music

Part 2 of 3 – Ana de la Vega

“Critics are unanimous that she is one of the most outstanding artists of our time” ~ The Berliner Morgenpost.

Ana de la Vega is a star in classical music. Her debut album was selected as the 3rd “Best Albums of 2018” by Classic FM. In Germany, it topped the classical music charts on Amazon. It also received CD of the Week in NDR Kultur, BBC Scotland and Classic FM Netherlands.

Together with the oboist Ramón Ortega Quero, Ana de la Vega recorded an intimate concert at the Palais Lichtenau in Germany to an empty audience due to COVID-19 regulations.

She and Ramón will be performing many great works for our enjoyment. These include:

→ “Londoner” Trio No.1 C Hb. IV/1 by Joseph Haydn;

→ Drei Romanzen, Op.22 by Clara Schumann;

→ Silent Woods for cello and piano by Antonín Dvořák;

→ “Musikalischen Opfer” BWV 1079’s Trio Sonata in C minor by JS Bach;

→ Drei Romanzen, Op. 94 by Robert Schumann; and

→ Concertante in F by Ignaz Moscheles.

Join us as we celebrate female talent in the world of classical music.

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Author: Jan Hendrik Harmse