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Fri Feb 15, 2019 - 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
This February 15 in the Concert Hall La Paz, we will have the opportunity to witness more directly the line and tradition of what is a cultural icon.


Music (Classical / Opera)

Sala de Conciertos La Paz

Instituto Sudcaliforniano de Cultura, José María Morelos 1055 Centro
La Paz, Baja California Sur

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This February 15th in the La Paz Concert Hall , we will have the opportunity to witness more directly the line and tradition of the "Sala grande" of the Academy of Musical Arts Franz Liszt of Budapest, an academy that is a cultural icon. the same Franz Liszt founded in 1875 and, that outside and is cradle of great interpreters and composers of the universal history of classical music. As it was for more than a decade, the musical house of the Southern Californian pianist Juan Pablo Bautista Cano.
Bautista Cano
Originally from La Paz, BCS, Mexico. From an early age, he began studying music under the direction of maestro Iberé Gewehr. Later, he took private lessons with the Hungarian teacher István Nádas +.


Between the years 1194 and 1998 he studied at the Superior School of Music and Dance of Monterrey, Nuevo León under the direction of maestro Iberé Gewehr. Later he moved to Budapest, Hungary where in June 2008 he graduated with honors in the Faculty of Piano of the "Academy of Musical Arts Franz Liszt", under the direction of teachers András Kemenes, Rita Wágner and Ferene Rados. During his studies he received financial support for three consecutive years from the FONCA, through the Support Program for Study Abroad.

He has participated in festivals and taught master classes, as well as having recitals in different venues in Mexico, Poland, Germany, Ukraine and Hungary, collaborating on several occasions with the Mexican Embassy of the last two countries mentioned above.

For two consecutive years he received a scholarship from the Hungarian government for the study, analysis and performance in recitals of the series "GAMES" by the contemporary Hungarian composer György Kurtág.

In the opinion of his teachers, the talent of Juan Pablo Bautista Cano is a very promising future. "Great ability to create atmosphere, its strong and authentic personality, attached to the ingenuity to create clear and beautiful sounds makes its execution a great attraction for the general public" (Rita Wagner).

His repertoire includes a large range of composers and cycles. In recent years he has worked to premiere the works of young Hungarian talents such as Ákis Zarándy, Csanád Kedves, Máté Balogh, Horváth Balázs and Tamás Matkó among others, participating in the most important contemporary music forums in Hungary.

He currently resides in the city of Budapest, where he continues his work as a pianist in Europe.


Bach - Siloti:
Prelude in B minor
Joseph Haydn :
Ándante with variations in F minor
LV Beethoven:
Sonata op. 110 no. 31
Franz Liszt:  
Ballad in B minor, Concert study "Murmullos de la floresta"
Wagner - Liszt:  
Death of love in Isolde
MM Ponce:  
Mexican ballad

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