La Casa de España y el Instituto Cultural de México,
en colaboración con HEB, la Asociación de Empresarios Mexicanos y el Consulado General de España en Houston

le invitan al concierto

Cello y piano: Dmitri Atapina y  Adela Hyeyeon Park

Primera parte
Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918)
Sonata para cello and piano (1915)
Prologue: Lent, sostenuto e molto risoluto
Sérénade: Modérément animé
Final: Animé, léger et nerveux

Preludes para piano
La sérénade interrompue (No. 9, Book I - 1910)
La Puerta del Vino (No. 3, Book II - 1912)

Gaspar Cassadó (1897 - 1966)
Preludio-Fantasía para cello solo (1926)
Serenada para cello y piano (1925)
Requiebros para cello y piano (1934)
Segunda parte

Manuel de Falla (1876 - 1946)
                         Fantasía Bética para piano solo (1922)

Enrique Granados (1867 - 1916)
                       Madrigal para cello y piano (1915)

Manuel de Falla
Suite Popular Española (1915)

El paño moruno

Viernes, 22 de marzo de 2013
a las 7pm
Instituto Cultural de México
600 Hemisfair Plaza - San Antonio, Texas, 78205

RSVP (210) 227 0130 /


Entrada y estacionamiento gratis 



Dmitri Atapine, cello

Born to a family of musicians, at the age of five Mr. Atapine began his musical education at home and soon thereafter entered the St. Petersburg Conservatory School of Music. Since 1992 Mr. Atapine is a resident of Spain, where he graduated with honors from the Asturias Conservatory under Alexander Fedortchenko. After receiving in 2002 and 2003 respectively his bachelor's and master's degrees with high honors from Michigan State University under the tutelage of Suren Bagratuni, Mr. Atapine continued his studies with the legendary cellist Aldo Parisot at Yale University School of Music, where he completed the Master of Musical Arts degree in 2005, obtained the Artist Diploma in 2006, and since 2010 holds the Doctor of Musical Arts degree.

DMITRI ATAPINE has been described as "a splendid, elegant cellist" demonstrating "an astonishing showcase of virtuosity" and "effortless command of any stylistic device". As a soloist and recitalist, he has appeared on some of the world's foremost stages, including Zankel and Weill halls at Carnegie Hall, Chicago Cultural Center, and the National Auditorium of Spain. His frequent festival appearances include Music@Menlo, Cactus Pear, Nevada Chamber Music, Miguel Bernal Jiménez, with performances broadcast on radio and television in Spain, Italy, the United States, Canada, Mexico, and South Korea.

Dr. Atapine's multiple awards include top prizes at the Carlos Prieto, the Florian Ocampo, and the Llanes cello competitions, as well as the Plowman, New England, and the Premio Vittorio Gui chamber competitions. His recent engagements include collaborations with the Parker and St. Lawrence String Quartets, as well as Wu Han, Ani and Ida Kavafian, David Shifrin, and Richard O’Neill. In collaboration with pianist Adela Hyeyeon Park, Dr. Atapine recently released a world premiere recording of Lowell Liebermann’s complete works for cello and piano on the Blue Griffin label. Other recordings can be found on the Naxos, Albany, Urtext Digital, and Bridge record labels.


Adela Hyeyeon Park, piano
Since making her debut at the age of ten performing Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto with Seoul Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Park has been a soloist with Seoul Philharmonic, KNUA Chamber Orchestra and Incheon Philharmonic. Her recent concerts have been presented at the Dame Myra Hess Recital Series in Chicago, the Trinity Wall Street Series in NYC, Philips Collection in Washington DC among others, leading her to venues such as Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, Merkin Recital Hall, Kennedy Center and Seoul Art Center, to name a few. 
Selected as “The Most Promising Young Artist” by Korean Ministry of Education, after winning the first prize at Chosun National Competition, Dr. Park garnered top prizes in numerous international competitions as well, including Oberlin International Piano Competition, Ettlingen International Piano Competition (Germany), Hugo Kauder International Piano Competition, Maria Canals International Piano Competition (Spain), Prix Amadeo International Piano Competition (Germany), and Corpus Christi International Music Competition. Her performances have been broadcast on KBS and EBS television in Korea, RAI3 (Italy), WQXR (New York), WFMT (Chicago), WBJC (Baltimore), WETA (Washington DC), radio and channel LOOP in the States.
Recently received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University where she was a full scholarship Graduate Assistant, she has served on the Chamber Music Institute faculty at Music@Menlo Festival and also the Composition and Music Theory faculty at JCC Thurnauer School of Music in New Jersey. Currently she is an adjunct faculty at the University of Nevada, Reno. Dr. Park received her Bachelor of Music degree from The Korean National University of Arts and her Master of Music degree and Artist Diploma from the Yale School of Music where she was a Post-Graduate Artist-In-Residence following her graduation. She is a recipient of Charles Miller Prize and Ellesworth Grunman Award.

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