Eduardo Fernández
  • Eduardo Fernández
  • Eduardo Fernández
  • Eduardo Fernández
  • Eduardo Fernández
Born in Madrid in 1981. He has extensively toured his native country with great success in all the main Spanish concert halls, including the Auditorio Nacional de Madrid, Teatro Real, Teatro de la Zarzuela, Palau de la Musica de Barcelona, Auditorio Manuel de Falla de Granada and important concert halls throughout Austria, Italy, France, Denmark, Switzerland, Estonia, Romania, Luxembourg, Ukraine, Moldova, Panama, Chile, Argentina, India, Russia, China,... He has performed in prestigious international festivals like the Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada, Ciclo Scherzo de Jóvenes Intérpretes, Piano aux Jacobins, Kuressaare Kammerfest, Festival Rafael Orozco. He has performed as soloist with many symphony orchestras in Spain and abroad, under the direction of conductors such as Jesús Amigo, Joan Cerveró, Marzio Conti, Leonard Dumitriu, José Fabra, Roberto Montenegro, Luis Carlos Ortiz, José Miguel Rodilla.

He was selected by the prestigious music magazine Scherzo to perform the concert of its 20th Anniversary and the 10th Anniversary of the Ciclo Grandes Intérpretes

of the Scherzo Foundation, where he was introduced to the international critics as 'the most promising young Spanish pianist'.

He made his debut in the Main Hall of the Teatro Real de Madrid with the Madrid Symphony Orchestra in the commemoration of the centenary of Albeniz's death.

Considered by Fanfare magazine as Alicia de Larrocha's King-in-waiting, his interpretation of Spanish music has been prized and recognized several times, being winner of the Extraordinary Prize of the Fundación Guerrero and the Manuel de Falla Award in Granada.

Following his recent debut in St. Petersburg Philharmonia and the Shanghai Oriental Art Center, his immediate engagements include a tour in Russia and Ukraine, and concerts in Norway and India.

After the success of his first recording for Warner, Suite Iberia by Albéniz, he has just released his next recording for Centaur dedicated to the opus 117, 118 and 119 by Brahms.