Sandra & Daniel
Program - From Paris to Havanna
F.Poulenc-Sonata for clarinet and piano
Ernest Chausson-Andante et Allegro
Albeniz - Evocación
B. Kovács-Hommage à Falla
Paquito D'Rivera-Three pieces for clarinet and piano:
Contradanza, Habanera y Vals Venezolano
Sandra Ibarreche, born in Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain. Begun her music education in Leioa Conservatory (Basque Country) with the clarinet teachers Juan Casanova and Carlos García. She graduated 2012 from Musikene, Conservatory of Basque Country having as teachers José Luis Estellés, Antony Pay, Carlos Gil, Sergio Barranco and Henri Bok. She also studied with Asko Heiskanen in Sibelius Academy, Helsinki (Erasmus program), with Isaac Rodríguez in Liceo Conservatoire, Barcelona, with Michel Lethiec in CNRR de Nice (France) and with Andreas Sundén in the Royal College of Music in Stockholm.
She has won various competitions like ``Jóvenes Intérpretes ́ ́ of Basque Country and `"César Uceda ́ ́ of Leioa (Basque Country). In 2011 she performed as a soloist with the orchestra of Musikene (Conservatory of Basque Country) playing Mozart Clarinet Concerto. She has been member of the Youth Orchestra of Basque Country, the Maribor International Orchestra (Slovenia) and the Youth Orchestra of France.
In 2014/2015 she was part of ``Symphonew ́ ́, a project with the Orchestra of Cannes (France) playing as principal clarinet. In December 2015 she took part of the premiere of `Genesis ́, a project by Martin Fröst together with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.
As a chamber and orchestra musician Sandra Ibarreche has played in several european countries under the button of prestigious conductors such as Daniel Harding, Manfred Honeck, Jorma Panula, Leif Segerstam, David Zinman, Daniel Blendulf, among others. She has been awarded with the scholarschip of ‘Diputación Foral de Bizkaia’ (Spain) for young musicians during the academic years 2014, 2015, 2016.
She has played with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, the Stockholm Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Opera in Stockholm and Dala Sinfonietta.
Daniel Hormazábal is one of the most interesting and successful young Swedish pianists today. He debuted as a soloist in 2013 with Beethoven´s fifth Piano Concerto together with the Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra conducted by Simon Crawford-Phillips. In recent years Hormazábal has had an extensive performance schedule which has taken him to countries such as USA, Canada, Italy, France and the Czech Republic. In October 2016 his debut solo recital for a full house in Grünewald-salen at the Stockholm Concert Hall met with great acclaim.