*Liberty rose weeping/La Libertad se levantó llorando, Andrea's latest work for violin and cello, will be premiered on February 18th in New York City: https://nationalsawdust.org/event/classical-sundays-ian-rosenbaum-presents-liberty-rose-weeping/
*A recent interview and article in CadenaSER Spanish Radio. La entrevista en CadenaSER se puede escuchar aquí: http://cadenaser.com/emisora/2018/01/26/ser_avila/1516952251_697866.html
*Review - Casarrubios-Rolim Duo: Recitals in Spain, January 2018. Crítica sobre los conciertos en España, Enero 2018:
*Andrea often plays as part of Festival Mozaic (http://www.festivalmozaic.com/casarrubios) Manhattan Chamber Players (http://manhattanchamberplayers.com/artist/andrea-casarrubios/), and Lisker Music Foundation (http://www.liskermusicfoundation.org/andrea-casarrubios-cello/). Check them out!
*luzAzul - Andrea's latest work for Piano Trio - will be premiered in Baltimore by Trio Appassionata on Feburary 3rd, 2017, as part of a new project entitled Passacaglia: Walking the Streets of Time
*Andrea joins the Brandenburg String Trio, based in Berlin. The group will tour South Africa in April and May 2017!
*Trio Appassionata toured China and Brazil in 2016 - To know more about these concerts and the Trio·s ventures, please folow them on Facebook:
*Andrea's latest composition Speechless, for cello and percussion, will be premiered on March 29th (2016) at National Sawdust in New York City by Carnegie Hall's Ensemble ACJW.
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*Andrea joins Ensemble ACJW, the first chamber music ensemble in residence at Carnegie Hall.
*New York Times review from the February 16th Concert at Weill Recital Hall!
"Ms. Casarrubios joined the pianist Michael James Smith and the violinist Kobi Malkin for a terrific performance of Ravel's Piano Trio in A minor. They aptly traversed the palette of emotions from languid introspection to fevered intensity with gorgeous tone and an edge-of-seat intensity that ended the concert on an exciting note."
*Andrea was interviewed by the Strad Magazine - she shared her past experiences at the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University - the article was featured in the Strad Issue in May 2014.
*New CD release! Trio Appassionata's new project "gone into night are all the eyes" is now available.
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*One of the latest reviews of Trio Appassioanta's CD!
International Record Review, Raymond S. Tuttle - February 2015
"This is a fascinating CD, uncorrupted by hipness or gimmickry... Although this is their debut CD, and their the maturity of the music-making demonstrates how far [Trio Appassionata] have come in six years and their unanimous approach to the repertoire...The Trio plays the music with complete dedication andassurance. It says something about a programme’s ambitiousness when the least ‘difficult’ item on it is by Charles Ives… What were his intentions? The movement’s title [This Scherzo is a Joke] might be a clue, but of course scherzo in Italian means ‘joke’ and even if the music itself is a joke, it’s a joke that takes itself seriously. That is particularly true for Trio Appassionata, whose performance steers well clear of parody, veering instead in the direction of frightening psychedelia. Ives on LSD, anyone? ... Trio Appassionata is at once weirder and more controlled than the Beaux Arts Trio, the usual standard in this work. The booklet notes are scholarly in their detail and the engineering is almost stark in its clarity. The music-making...is as impressive and dangerous as a granite cliff."
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*Andrea plays a solo recital in Madrid at the Teatro Ateneo, featuring Bach Suites No.1 and No.6
*As the 1st prize winner of the Fine Arts International Concerto Competition, Andrea performed the Debussy Sonata with pianist Ronaldo Rolim at Carnegie's Weill Recital Hall in October, 2012.
*Review from the concert at Teatre de Maó, from Diario de Menorca in October 2011
"In her performance of the Concerto No. 1 in C Major for cello and orchestra by J. Haydn, Andrea Casarrubios proves beyond debate that she has managed to climb a great place in the rough roads of musical interpretations. Embraced by the OCIM orchestra under the watchful eye of Andrew Watkinson, Andrea shows the composer's momentum with a delicious version, highlighting its notes like inspiring perls. Andrea Casarrubios is a synthesis of shared expressiveness: she provides neatness, character, and a perfect technique, along with a balanced form with vivid expression.
These values would be confirmed with the subsequent intervention of the cellist, with her version of "Prayer" by composer E. Bloch. This piece of authentic formal beauty, finds its ideal performer in Andrea Casarrubios. Her elegance, the great expressive power with which she shines, and the displayed virtuosity, offer, as a result, a faithful and authentic translation of the piece, where the expressive power blossoms from the transparency of the voice, in its sumptuous resonance, in the rich timbre, in the evolution and the development of the main discourse. "