Clara Rodríguez

Venezuelan pianist Clara Rodríguez was born in 1970 and studied at the Conservatorio Nacional de Música Juan José Landaeta in Caracas and then with Paul Badura-Skoda, Niel Immelman, Guiomar Narváez and Phyllis Sellick at the Royal College of Music in London, UK.

She is the dedicatee of many works by Federico Ruiz and has given first performances of more than twenty-five works, including music by Lawrence Casserley, Juan Carlos Núñez and Michael Rosas Cobian.

She lives in the UK and teaches at the Royal College of Music. She founded the ensemble Alma Viva in 2002 from Latin American musicians based in London.

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A selection of articles about Clara Rodríguez

Ensemble. A Very Satisfying Evening - Keith Bramich enjoys a charity concert in London

CD Spotlight. Virtually Unknown - Piano music by Federico Ruiz, heard by Ron Bierman. 'Clara Rodríguez ... has the right touch and interpretation for all of Ruiz's many styles.'

Profile. South American Belle - A portrait of pianist Clara Rodriguez, by Bill Newman