Marialy Pacheco
Marialy Pacheco

lunedì 17 dicembre 2018 - ore 21

Teatro Lauro Rossi Macerata

Marialy Pacheco

Photo © Markus Jans

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Lo stile, l'innovazione e la sperimentazione di Marialy Pacheco in un concerto unico e personale!

Fin dalle prime note Marialy Pacheco è in grado di comporre qualcosa di completamente nuovo ed innovativo, partendo dalle opere di grandi compositori come Eliseo Grenet (Ay! Mama Inés), Moises Simons (El manisero) e Antonio María Romeu (Tres Lindas Cubanas). Introducing è uno un concerto moderno, ancorato al presente pur guardando al passato; è come se una raffica di vento dei Caraibi spazzasse via la polvere di anni, conducendo a noi queste melodie tradizionali rinnovate. Ciò che rimane è la bellezza di questi brani, l'autenticità di una giovane donna autodeterminata e la consapevolezza dell'Artista delle proprie radici.
Marialy Pacheco nei suoi concerti è imprevedibile, si affida al singolo momento ed è per questo considerata una delle nuove leve della musica classica moderna. Prima donna a ricevere il premio Montreux Solo Piano Competition, l'Artista è una delle pianiste più virtuose ed istintive del nostro secolo.)



Marialy Pacheco

The biggest appreciation so far of Marialy Pacheco’s qualities has been the winning of the Montreux Solo Piano Competition 2012. She is the first woman to win this prize in 15 years history of the competition. In the explanation of the decision Jury president Leszek Mozdzer said: “Deciding between the three contenders was tough. In the end, the contestants’ joy in performing and her authenticity guided our decision making.”
Born in Havana 1983, Marialy Pacheco was raised in a musical family and began piano studies from an early age at the Conservatorio Alejandro García Caturla. At 15 she attended the Escuela Nacional de Artes, followed by three years of composition studies under Tulio Peramo at the Instituto Superior de Artes in Havana.
In 2002 she won the Cuban competition Jo-Jazz, with Grammy award-winner Chucho Valdes presiding over the jury. Two years later she recorded her first album “Bendiciones”. The pianist moved to Germany, toured through Europe – both solo and with her trio – and built international reputation.
On the occasion of the 185-year-old jubilee of Bösendorfer, Marialy Pacheco guested in 2013 as the only Jazz-Act, beside classical stars like Valentina Lisitsa and Maria Mazo in the Musikverein Wien. In 2014, Marialy was announced as first female jazz pianist worldwide to be an official „Bösendorfer Artist“.
In spring 2014, her new album "Introducing" (Neuklang/Edel:Kultur) was released. After several solo albums, it is a trio album, with Juan Camilo Villa Robles on bass and Miguel Altamar de la Torre (both from colombia) on drums. As "special guests" she got the honor to get german trumpet player and Echo Jazz Winner Joo Kraus, even moroccan Rhani Krija, the Percussionist of STING.
In August 2014, she gave her debut as classical pianist and showed her musical variety, when she performed Bach’s g-moll concerto with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra in Brisbane/Australia, conducted by Gustavo Gimeno.
Marialy Pacheco performed at national and international festivals like Aalener Jazzfest, Enter Music Festival (Poland), St. Moritz Art Masters (Switzerland),Rheingau-Musik-Festival, ZMF Freiburg, Jazzfestival Oloron (France) Audi Jazzfestival, Ingolstädter Jazztage, Piano City Milano, Havana Jazzfestival and at Beethovenfestival Bonn.
In January 2016, Marialy Pacheco released her limited 180g vinyl “ Live Studio Album”, recorded in audiophile fully analogue Direct-To-2-Track Version.
In June 2016, she presented the project “Danzon Cubano” together with WDR Funkhaus Orchestra, even presented on Live-Stream at ARTE TV concerts. The project was represented in September at the Beethovenfest in Bonn.
In April 2017 Marialy will release the new album "DUETS" – quite an intimate and many-faceted album to which Marialy has invited her favourite musicians and friends like Hamilton de Holanda, Omar Sosa, Joo Kraus, Rhani Krija, Miguel Zenon and Max Mutzke.
Marialy Pacheco is the only female pianist in the currently row of famous Cuban jazz piano players like Roberto Fonseca, Omar Sosa or Gonzalo Rubalcaba.