Who is Juan Pérez Floristán, the last guest of the resistance

Juan Pérez Floristán visited the resistance on his delivery issued at dawn from October 19 to 20. The young man is a Sevillian pianist who in 2021 won the pre

Who is Juan Pérez Floristán, the last guest of the resistance

Juan Pérez Floristán visited the resistance on his delivery issued at dawn from October 19 to 20. The young man is a Sevillian pianist who in 2021 won the prestigious Piano Arthur Rubinstein competition. He also achieved the first prize in the Piano Paloma O'shea International Contest and in the Steinway contest in Berlin in 2015.

The artist was born in 1993 and is son of musicians. His father, Juan Luis Pérez García, is an orchestra director. His mother, María Floristán, is pianist and the teacher who taught him the first lessons of him. In addition, his grandfather is the geographer Alfredo Floristán.

The guest to space # 0 studied in Seville, Madrid and Berlin. With 12 years he gave his first solo recital at the Professional Conservatory of Music Francisco Guerrero, located in the Andalusian capital. He also touched next to the Symphony Orchestra of RTVE, the National Orchestra of Spain, the Philharmonic of St. Petersburg and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, among others.

The pianist is one of the members of the Vibrart trio, group in which he shares protagonism with the Violinist Miguel Colom and the cellist Fernando Arias.

In addition, it has a section called Touch again, John in the window, chain to be. It should also be noted that Sevillian is passionate about cinema. He has written scripts and plays and has received training as actor.

David Broncano told Juan Pérez Floristán in the resistance: "Rock musicians always have the roll of drugs and such, but the less classics, right?". Grison pointed: "They get fine." The guest indicated that the collaborator of the format had reason.

"Alcohol is ABC that's almost any profession, I can talk about my personal tastes, I do not want to talk about others," he shared. The Sevillian confessed: "I have sometimes had very good ideas thanks to the porros." He then explained that some of them are not convinced after a while, but others yes: "Sometimes I write them down and the next morning I say 'hey, because he is not badly spinned.'"

Later he pointed out: "We usually touch sober, that is an important difference with jazz, rock and such ... it helps them, I think." The pianist showed his talent to the piano in the 'Late Show', in which he played the prelude 16 in whether Chopin's minor bemol.

Juan Pérez Floristán told the presenter that at the end of November he will visit his land, as he will act at the Festival Music in Segura, which will be held in Segura de la Sierra (Jaén). The director and founder of this event is Daniel Broncano, brother of the humorist.

Updated Date: 20 October 2021, 17:01

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