Piano Festival



Head Office:
Urb. Molino de la Hoz – Autillo, 12
28232 Las Rozas, Madrid

Telephone: (+34) 916 302 129 | (+34) 609 030 056
E-mail: masterclass@concertsmariaherrero.com
Web: www.concertsmariaherrero.com | www.leonelmorales.com


Competition Dates: July 16th to 24th 2015
Professor: Leonel Morales (Spain)
Guest Professor: Andreas Frölich (Germany)


The 18th edition of the Internacional Masterclass and Piano Festival Leonel Morales was held in the Hotel Alixares of Granada, from July 16th to 24th. Besides the classes, this year counting with Andreas Frölich as guest professor, the concerts occupied a favourite place in the programme, since the students, according to their piano playing ability, gave recitals in different halls of Granada, with the Piano Festival.

Scholarships were offered in different modalities:

– 15 AIE scholarships,

– 2 scholarships granted by the Dirección General del Concurso Internacional de Piano Compositores de España (C.I.P.C.E.),

– 5 boarding scholarships during the course, granted by the Hotel Alixares****,

– 1 scholarship by the Concurso Nacional de Jóvenes Pianistas PARNASSOS of Mexico,

– Scholarships granted by the General Direction of the 18th International Masterclass and Piano Festival for the students enrolled in the High School of Music “Ángel Barrios” of Granada.



Competition Dates: July 16th to 24th 2015
Professors: Nuria Belando Ros (Spain), Leonel Morales Herrero (Spain), Arcadie Triboi (Romania)

Página_1_Imagen_0004As María Herrero says: “For me, it is a great pleasure, after these ten years, to confirm the total success of this course, to which very young pianists of different nationalities come to be able to exchange knowledge with other schools. It is a unique course, its celebration being very necessary to help our “future musicians” from a very early age.

In a magic atmosphere, in the Hotel Alixares, in front of the Alhambra of Granada, it is celebrated annually and parallel to the International Masterclass and Piano Festival Leonel Morales. For our children, there is no better example to follow! They admire the “older pianists”, feeling motivated in their daily study, learning to value effort, living together, sharing study pianos and experiences of the concerts held every night. We observe that our young pianists are like sponges absorbing and integrating with great illusion their studies.”

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