Concierto de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía
The Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía held a chamber music concert last Thursday, January 26th at 7.30 pm, and invites, through its CEO and Aspen España Fellow, Julia Sánchez Albeal, the sponsors and Alumni of Aspen Institute España. The concert will take place at the Sony Auditorium (Requena 1, Madrid), located in the Plaza de Oriente, next to the Royal Palace, and featured performances by several string quartets.
After the musical performance, the Aspen España Alumni were invited to join the cocktail reception where the sponsors and Alumni of Aspen Institute España had the opportunity to get to know each other and share and exchange impressions.
The Reina Sofía School of Music was created in 1991 as a project to help both young people and musical culture. Since then, the School has worked to advance on two objectives: to support highly-talented young people in their personal and artistic development, and to bring the best music to all audiences. The transformational capacity of music gives social impact to these two objectives. Music removes barriers and treats everyone equally, regardless of language, tradition or culture. The practice of music unites through values such as commitment, perseverance, leadership and collaboration, which are essential for life and coexistence. The greater the creativity and quality with which music is composed and interpreted, the stronger its emotional effect will be on the listener, and as such its beneficial impact on society will also be greater. Because of this, the Reina Sofía School has consistently maintained these educational principles from the first day as a way of ensuring maximum development of its students and the largest impact on society.