Lucía Caruso
 
 


Lucía Caruso, Argentinian composer and a pianist has an expansive global career, with live performances and her works showcased in Europe (England, France, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Spain), South and Central America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica) and in the United States, including Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, NYC, and most recently debuting in Seoul, South Korea, and Tel Aviv, Israel. Lucía graduated from the Manhattan School of Music with a Bachelor’s degree in piano, and received her Masters degree in composition and film scoring from the New York University in 2010.


Recent and Upcoming Events:

2014 is looking to be just as busy of a year! In December of 2013, Lucía and her husband were commissioned to compose a ballet for the José Limon Dance Company. Lucía will be performing live with the Manhattan Camerata on the opening night of the ballet on April 29th, 2014 at the Joyce Theater, New York City.

   

Lucía was also commissioned a piano concerto titled ‘Light and Wind,’ and three orchestral songs, by photographer AHAE, continuing their visionary work together. 


The summer of 2013 was an exciting time for Lucía, with a performance at the Versailles Palace (France) in late June, and the recording of a new album with the Manhattan Camerata, featuring Daniel Binelli, who is widely regarded as one of the world’s greatest bandoneonists. She will also be continuing to develop the Manhattan Camerata, which she founded with her husband Pedro Henriques da Silva in June 2009.


Lucía’s career highlights since 2011 include:

-Commissioned for compositions and performances by visionary Korean photographer AHAE, for the “Through My Window” exhibition and showcase in Grand Central Station (NYC) 2011, Kew Royal Palace (London) 2011, Magazzini del Sale (Venice) 2012, and the Louvre Museum and Jardin des Tuileries (Paris) 2012;

-Soloist performances with the Orchestre Lamoureux at the Jardin des Tuileries, Musee de Louvre (Paris) 2012;

  -Soloist performance and recording of her original compositions at Abbey Road Studios with the London Metropolitan Orchestra 2012.

To read an interview by Clubhouse Magazine  (Spanish), click here.

 


To listen and watch the music video of our newest death metal song “Totenköpfchen” with our 93 year young grandma click here


Para escuchar y ver el video musical de nuestra nueva canción “Totenköpfchen” con nuestra abuelita de 93 años apriete aquí


Composer and Pianist

“Pianist Lucía Caruso displayed such technical mastery and emotional tension that her talent marked the highest point of the [Cuyo Symphony Orchestra’s youth] season. Not always is a performer able to involve the audience with the absolute magic of music, a fact which this young performer did indeed achieve […]”.


“Diario Los Andes” from Mendoza, Argentina



”Musical audiences in Washington have now become so accustomed to hearing the “world premiere” of slightly interesting music that when something truly unusual comes along, it can easily be overlooked in the rush for publicity for the trivial [...]This year it was the distinctive husband/wife team of guitarist Pedro Henriques da Silva and pianist Lucia Caruso. [...] the finale, a Folia composed by the performers shortly before their wedding, was especially memorable.  [...]  This piece was quite beautiful, and moving in its intensity.


“All Arts Review” from Washington DC, USA

Photography: Elias Wessel