Music videos for your pleasure–
Dame Myra Hess Concert Encore
Ana Maria Valderrama and Luis del Valle’s music at the August 24, 2016 Dame Myra Hess concert was received with great enthusiasm. Read the Picture This Post review of the Ana Maria Valderrama and Luis del Valle Dame Myra Hess Concert here.
For your listening and viewing pleasure, here are several YouTube music videos to re-live the experience of hearing this duo play. Or, you can hear them for the first time!
Dame Myra Hess Concert Opener
Here is a Youtube music video of Ana Maria Valderrama and Luis del Valle performing at another occasion the opener of their Dame Myra Hess performance, Saint-Saëns: Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso.
Breakthrough moment with Zubin Mehta
As we keep an eye on this rising star develop her musical craft, it is especially interesting to watch her performance at a breakthrough moment in her career. Here you see her performing under the baton of Zubin Mehta, on the occasion of the 70th Birthday of Her Majesty the Queen of Spain.
First Spaniard to win Sarasate Competition
Here is a music video of Valderrama’s 1st prize winning performance at the prestigious International Violin Competition Pablo Sarasate, where she was the first Spaniard to win this honor.
Romance for violin and piano
You can also hear this duo – Ana Maria Valderrama and Luis del Valle- who so thrilled the Dame Myra Hess audience, perform Lalo: Romance for violin and piano in this YouTube music video–
And from their debut CD – A mon ami Sarasate
In case you missed it, here is the video of Valderrama and del Valle performing snippets of their Sarasate music on their debut CD, with explanations of the music interspersed.
Ana Maria Valderrama is very proud of the thriving music and cultural scene of her native Spain. Read her comments and find information about some of Spain’s many top shelf music festivals in the Picture This Post Travel Section feature —Spain Travel – Time it with Top-Notch Music Festivals.
About the Author:
Amy Munice is Editor-in-Chief and Co-Publisher of Picture This Post. She covers books, dance, film, theater, music, museums and travel. Prior to founding Picture This Post, Amy was a freelance writer and global PR specialist for decades—writing and ghostwriting thousands of articles and promotional communications on a wide range of technical and not-so-technical topics.
Amy hopes the magazine’s click-a-picture-to-read-a-vivid-account format will nourish those ever hunting for under-discovered cultural treasures. She especially loves writing articles about travel finds, showcasing works by cultural warriors of a progressive bent, and shining a light on bold, creative strokes by fledgling artists in all genres.