“Harmonic Etudes”, third, and last part of the “Estonian Trilogy”, released on June 21st!
Solo piano original works exploring piano sonorities and textures, as impressionistic painters searched for their personal color palette.
Release date: September 21st, 2017
CD&DVD Solo piano concert recorded live in Tallinn on March 15, 2017, featuring works from The Estonian Trilogy studio albums “Winter Poems”, “Mimesis”, and “Harmonic Etudes”, which will be released in 2018. All brand new compositions by Iñaki Sandoval.
The music of “Estonian Suite: Live in Tallinn” is inspired by Estonia: its people, traditions and culture, its beautiful nature and landscapes, forests, lakes and rivers, its peacefulness, winter, solitude and silence. Under the prism of jazz and improvisation, the language is closer to the classical and impressionist music of the 20th century with influences of minimalism, folk and popular music.
“Estonian Suite” invites to withdrawal, meditation and inner reflection, even to listen with closed eyes. The piano is located in the middle of the concert hall, with soft lighting and the audience forming a circle around the interpreter. The proximity of the artist and the audience make it possible to listen actively and closely, receiving directly the vibrations of the strings of the piano without intermediation. This is when the music no longer belongs to the artist, but to the listener.
“MIMESIS”, suite for for solo piano. Concert at the XVIII Edition of “Semana de la música de Ronda”, Málaga (Spain). Organized by the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda + info
Monographic radio interview at Spanish Public Radio, RNE3 “Discópolis”, by José Miguel López
Available on February 20th, 2015, on all digital stores
Full video of the live concert (DVD), available on Youtube
Physical deluxe edition (DVD & CD) available on March 25th
Iñaki Sandoval will perform at the Benefit Concert for the Neuropsychological Support Group from Hospital Santa Creu i Sant Pau of Barcelona
Friday October 10th, 20:30h
Institut d’Estudis Nord-Americans (Via Augusta 123, Barcelona)
“Whatever is beautiful, is beautiful by necessity” be-by-ne
(Pindar, ca. 522–443 BC)