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Luís Rabello

Luís Rabello

Luís Rabello
Named by the Spanish press as “the Ambassador of Brazilian music”, Luís Rabello was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in a family of renowned musicians. Winner of several prizes in his home country, Rabello studied in Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Russia and in Rotterdam Conservatory in The Netherlands, graduating in both with maximum degree.          

Living in The Netherlands, where he teaches in Rotterdam Conservatory, Rabello develops an intense activity as a concert pianist as well as chamber musician in this country. Last seasons Rabello performed concerts in Germany, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy and Portugal. In Brazil, Rabello has performed in major concert halls in solo concerts as well as a soloist with the most important Brazilian orchestras.         

Currently, Rabello is recording the integral piano compositions of the Brazilian composer Radamés Gnattali. The Brazilian composer always had a close relation with the Rabello family, having recorded albums together and also dedicated a few compositions to its member. The first CD was released by the label Acari Records and had its presentation concert at De Doelen, in Rotterdam, followed by a Dutch and Brazilian tours. This first CD brings to the audience important compositions of Gnattali that were never recorded before, as the Piano Sonata No.1.

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Flor da Noite

Flor da Noite

Luís Rabello / Floor Braam

Heitor Villa-Lobos, Radamés Gnattali
€ 19.95
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10-01-2019 De Volkskrant