Nicasio Gradaille premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

Nicasio Gradaille premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist Nicasio Gradaille will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaille focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

Nicasio Gradaílle premieres “A nosa Carmela” (2019)

The Galician pianist, Nicasio Gradaílle, will premiere on November 25 at the Martín Códax Auditorium in Vigo the work for piano solo “A nosa Carmela” (2019), –commissioned by the IV International Piano CompetitionCiudad de Vigo”Nelson Freire Edition–, on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia 2021.

Gradaílle focused his interest on 20th and 21st century piano music, becoming one of the most notable references for contemporary piano in the country.

Doctor since 2011 from the University of Vigo, he began his studies at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña, with Natalia Lamas and at the Vilaseca Conservatory, Tarragona, with Cecilio Tieles. From 1990 to 1995 he was a student of Peter Efler at the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel, Switzerland, where he received the Konzertreifediplom (Diploma in Interpretation).

He won the “Xabier Montsalvatge” International Piano Competition, Girona, for 20th century piano music and the “Gregorio Baudot” National Piano Competition, Ferrol, where he was awarded the Galicia Prize for the best performance of a work by a composer Galician.

He has given concerts in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Cuba and Latvia.

He is currently a piano teacher at the Vigo Conservatory of Music, where he directs the Contemporary Piano Classroom. He also teaches classes at the Lucena Summer School for talented young pianists (2001).

He recorded John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes for Radio Gallega and organized the 1st John Cage Festival at the Vigo Museum of Modern Art (MARCO), among other activities.

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