Federico Jusid – Finding Sarasate will be played in Madrid

According to information published by composer Federico Jusid yesterday on his Facebook page, tomorrow Monday September 26 at 7: 30pm, the piece Finding Sarasate will be played at the Chamber Hall of the National Auditorium of Music in Madrid.

Finding Sarasate is a piece for violin and piano, about 9 minutes long, that was commissioned by the University of Navarra to Federico Jusid, and was premiered in the Concert Tribute to Spanish composer Pablo Sarasate.

This Monday’s concert, included in the 2016-2017 concert season of the OCNE and under the name “Satellites Cycle. Breaking Borders”, will be played by the chamber group Sonor Ensemble, and will include the following works:


Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805)

Strings quintent in Do-major, G 324 “La música notturna della strade di Madrid”, concert for piano and strings

Román Alís (1931-2006)

Concert for piano and strings

Federico Jusid (1973)

Finding Sarasate

André Jolivet (1905-1974)

Petite Suite

Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975)

Suite of “The Gadfly” (arrangements: Hans-J. Rogoll)

Tickets are already available in this link, for 10€ (buy tickets).

A different proposal for a typical Monday, that is worth checking if you are in Madrid, and that will have the composer in attendance.