Tag Archives: bach

From Montserrat to Westminster

This Friday I play in Montserrat (Barcelona) the same repertoire I will perform next week in Westminster Cathedral. It includes  some Bach’s works you can listen in my CD Bach, but also works by César Franck, Louis Vierne, Maurice Duruflé and Wagner transcriptions. This concert is part of the Grand Organ Festival. According to the brochure’s description, The […]


I’m really proud to announce that Fran Glez‘s Ibid. will be the conver of my new CD. He started working on it one night, during the recording at Poblet Monastery, as explained in the CD booklet: “As we began to record we turned off absolutely every light in the nave and lit two single candles. […]

Gaudí and Music: my debut at Gewandhaus Leipzig

Next Saturday I am performing for the first time at Gewandhaus zu Leipzig with music around Antoni Gaudí, the catalan architect who built La Sagrada Familia or Casa Milà in Barcelona. As the motto displayed over Gewandhaus’ Organ says, the truth joy is a really serious thing (“Res severa verum gaudium”) so I am working […]

Bach Organ works in Madrid and León

I have recently performed in the National Auditorium of Music (Madrid) and León’s Cathedral, thanks to the concert series with the complete Bach´s Organ works that is organizing the National Centre for Music. Mine was the second concert of the series, after the inauguration by Michel Bouvard. It is a honour for me to play […]

CD release: A Palace Organ

I have recently released a new CD. Recorded in the Gerhard Grenzing organ built in 2011 for Tauride Palace, in Saint Petersbourg, this CD includes works by Bach, Brahms, Buxtehude, Mendelssohn and Couperin plus one of my improvisations.  

The Organ of Liszt and Reubke in Merseburg

It is just impossible to describe the sensation of playing this Organ. Here Liszt premiered his Fantasy and Fugue on B-A-C-H, and Reubke performed for the first time his Sonata on Psalm 94. An instrument full of History and that, moreover, look amazing: