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Mendelssohn: Piano & Cello Works on Period Instruments

By Guadalupe Lopez Iniguez

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By Guadalupe Lopez Iniguez and Olga Andryushchenko. By Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn (1809-1847). Classical. Hybrid SACD. Alba Records #ABCD 434. Published by Alba Records (NX.ABCD-434).

Item Number: NX.ABCD-434

Guadalupe Lopez-Iniguez released her debut album with the complete cello works by Gabrielli and Scarlatti, performed on period instruments, in 2017. Now Lopez-Iniguez has got Olga Andryushchenko as a partner for Mendelssohn's works for cello and piano. Both musicians are playing historical instruments. Olga is playing a piano Erard (Paris, 1862), and Guadalupe a cello by Claude Pieray (Paris, 1725). Guadalupe Lopez-Iniguez is a Spanish cellist and interdisciplinary researcher based in Finland. She holds a PhD in Music Psychology from the University of Madrid, and a Master's Degree in Classical Music Performance from the Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, among other postgraduate diplomas in musicology and education. Guadalupe is currently Adjunct Professor of Music Education at the CERADA of the University of the Arts Helsinki, and Postdoctoral Researcher and teacher at the Sibelius Academy. Guadalupe has been mentored by distinguished modern, nineteenth-century, and baroque cello masters, and is especially grateful for the encouragement received from mentors Rafael Ramos and Markku Luolajan-Mikkola. She has appeared as a soloist at many prestigious venues, and has taken part in a number of notable festivals in Europe, Russia, and the US. Olga Andryushchenko is a Russian pianist based in Germany. She graduated from the Moscow Conservatory. She continued her post-graduate studies as a DAAD scholarship holder of the Goethe-Institut at the Hochschule fur Musik in Cologne, Germany, with Professor Arbo Valdma, and then as a graduate student at the Hochschule fur Musik in Hannover, Germany, with Professor Vladimir Krainev. From 2002 to 2004, Olga was a soloist of the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic Society. Olga Andryushchenko has won prizes in numerous international piano competitions, such as Franz Schubert und die Musik der Moderne in Austria, Musica Antiqua in Belgium, Vanna Spadafora in Messina, and the Schubert in Dortmund, Bach-Wettbewerb in Leipzig, and Nikolai Rubinstein, and Scriabin in Paris.

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