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standard recital with universal piano works

Mauricio Garza Salazar has been performing as a recitalist for more than 25 years, presenting works from all relevant periods for the instrument, from the baroque 90-bb3c58d-cc7 136bad5cf58d_ the contemporary.

He chooses his Concert Repertoire carefully and approaches music making sure his knowledge and technical capacity are at its service. When selecting pieces for a recital or concert, he only performs music he has a strong relationship with.


Recital with piano works by Mexican composers

throughout his career, Mauricio Garza Salazar has had the honor of performing music by his countrymen in different continents.  His presentations in Australia, Asia, North America and Europe showcasing works by Ponce, Castro, Chávez and Moncayo position him as an ambassador of the Music created in Mexico. 


This is a fascinating concept where the pianist presents high-class Mexican music, composed specifically for piano, that reflects aspects and features of mexican people, like joy and optimism but also solemnity and respect about our origins. 



Chamber music ensemble for Viola, Clarinet and Piano

Trio Schönbrunn was founded in the city of Vienna, Austria, combining the passion of three young musicians devoted to their art. spanish clarinettist Cecilia Serra, polish violist Dagmara Szydlo and Mexican_cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_pianist Mauricio Garza were pursuing professional studies at the prestigious University for Music and dramatic Arts in Vienna, Austria at that time. 

The ensemble began its international career in 2007 taking on a series of Concerts in Mexico and from then on, they_cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ have been performing continually in different countries including Spain, Germany and the United States of America. 



Presentation as orchestra Soloist

Mauricio Garza has a carefully chosen and developed repertoire for piano and orchestra that he has performed with diverse ensembles in Mexico. The following list shows the concertos the pianist has at his immediate disposal:

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 23 KV 488, WA Mozart

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 27 KV 595, W.A. Mozart 

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 4 Op. 58, L. v. beethoven

Concerto for piano and orchestra Op. 16, E. Grieg

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 Op. 11, F. Chopin

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 2 Op. 18, S. Rachmaninoff

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