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Francisco José Garcia Verdú

"In words of the film director and critic of musician Emiliano Allende in the newspaper El Norte de Castilla November 2017”:
Crystalline sound, great virtuoso, excelent musician, strong artist future.

Victoria M. Child for his part, was writing in the same newspaper: "The pianist Verdú also surprised for its seriousness, for its containment.

Exquisite and confirmed pulsation, cleanliness of sound, clear sound in every note, and in sum one more version intimist and orthodox, more classic. If it should to look for models well Verdú might remind us to the big Brendel. The precociousness in the career of Verdú has reduced depth neither in its musicality nor perfection in its execution.

The approval of specialized critics and the audience’s response confirm Francisco José as one of the most promising Spanish pianists

Fco. J. García Verdu is a twenty one years old spanish pianist and composer.

Born in Alicante, started his musical education at four years with Tamara Haratyunyan at the National Conservatory in Murcia. He continued at the Royal Academy London with Patsy Toh and Liceu Conservatory Barcelona with Albert Attenelle. He received professional music diplome. He continued at CS Katarina Gurska Madrid and CSMA with Nino Kereselidze. He has the Bachelor Degree with honors. Currently he is pursuing Master Degree of performance with Kereselidze.
He also received financial support from the Gobern Valenciano, C. S. Katarina Gurska, Asociación de Interpretes y Ejecutantes, Liceu Conservatory and the Royal Academy.

He participated in Master classes with great pianist including, Dimitri Bashkirov, Eliseo Virsaladze, Jacques Rouvier, Pascal Devoyon, Matti Raekallio, Rolf Plagge, Sigfried Mauser, Gregori Gruzman, Stanislav Pochekin, Pavel Gililov, among others.

Verdú has been awarded thirty-seven prizes internationally and National, twenty-seven are first prizes, including Frechilla Zuloaga Competition, Grand Virtuoso Prize London, Alexander Scriabin Paris, Marisa Montiel Linares, Infanta Cristina Madrid, Ibiza International Competition, Lagny sur Marne Paris, Sociedad Conciertos Alicante, among others.

As a soloist he has worked with orchestras such as OSCE, CSMA Orchestra, Castilla y León Symphonic Orchestra.

He appeared in concert in major venues as Royal Albert Hall and Dukes Hall London, Palau de la Musica, ADDA, Teatro Principal Alicante, Gran Teatro Elche, Auditorio Miguel Delibes Valladolid, Palacio Cibeles, Galileo Madrid, Palacio Granja San Ildefonso Segovia and in countries as París, England, Spain, France, Austria.

He has participated in festivals such as International Summer Academy Salzburgo, Segovia Festival, Classik Fest, Must Talent Festival, ADDA Pianissimo, Music Festival Medinaceli, among others.

 As a chamber musician he has participated in numerous groups. He has writing about twenty compositions two of them were released by the Felanitx Conservatory’s Orchestra 2017 in Mallorca (Spain).

His performances as soloist have been broadcast across Spain by RNE, Intereconomia TV and TVE.

The PHACE the Artistic Cultural History of Trustees Elects, granted the Honorary Distinction “Saguell D’Elg”.

The genius and the innate qualities of his music have been praised by great masters and the prestigious “Magazine” described him as a special highlighting his personal maturity, musical, sensitivity and emotion it conveys.


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