La Masterclass per cantanti "Studiando il repertorio tenuta dal M° Vicente Romanì Lòpez, docente presso la Escuela Superior de Canto de Madrid si terrà nei seguenti giorni con i seguenti orari:
Lunedì 24 settembre dalle 10:00 alle 13:00 e dalle 15:00 alle 18:00 – aula 10
Martedì 25 settembre dalle 10:00 alle 13:00 e dalle 15:00 alle 18:00 – aula 10
Mercoledì 26 settembre dalle 10:00 alle 13:00 e dalle 15:00 alle 18:00 – sala Respighi
Giovedì 27 settembre dalle 10:00 alle 13:00 – sala Respighi
Vicente Romanì Lòpez
His career starts with a High Music degree in the Conservatorio Superior de Música “Padre Soler” de San Lorenzo del Escorial. Then he undertakes studies as a Choral and orchestra conductor in the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Rotterdam. He takes part in several choirs and diﬀerent instrumental cameras and it’s worth pointing out the ‘Dag Rotterdam duo’ with a violoncello together with his brother Samuel. In the same way, he was on charge of the ‘Compañía Lírica Canticorum’ where he developed a gifted concerto training.
In 1992 he founded the Choral group ‘Cercedilla-Navacerrada’ and his has conducted it since then. One of its best performances has been ‘Carmina Burana’ which was set in original version for camera. They have given concerts in many places throughout the country, such as Pontevedra, Cuenca, Segovia, Málaga, Jaén, Logroño, Valencia, Madrid, Zaragoza, etc. There are some concerts abroad: Church St. Maria de la Salute –Venice- in 2002; Bristol Cathedral in 2004; Churches of San Ignacio de Loyola and Santa Ludmila - Prage – in summer 2007.
In 1992 he won a public competition exam to be entitled as a pianist coach for singers, belonging to the Music and Stage Arts teaching public staﬀ.
Since then he has worked in several High music Schools, such as Zaragoza, Madrid, and in 2002 he got the post in the High School of Voice in Madrid.
In the meanwhile he’s undertaking his doctor degree studies at the Faculty of Music history and Music sciences belonging to the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. On the other hand, he’s got a Master in ‘Creación e Interpretación Musical’ with the dissertation on ‘La Guerra de los Gigantes’ from Sebastián Durón (1660-1716), all within the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid. The performance of that opera enabled to get such Master degree. In 2010 he founded ‘Academia Antiqua’ a musical group undertaking the performance of ‘La Guerra de los Gigantes in several venues: Madrid, Ciudad Real, Guadalajara and Brihuega. This was to celebrate the 350th birthday anniversary of this outstanding composer who worked for the Royal Chapel in Madrid. At present, he devotes most of his free time to prepare the doctoral dissertation on the musical compositions of ‘El Españoleto’ -Francisco Javier García Fajer- (1730-1809), a renowned Maestro de Capilla de la Seo de Zaragoza.