Ensemble Mosaik, Lluïsa Espigolé


3D 9.1 + 5.1 + Stereo

“A staggering wealth of ideas drawn with a fineliner.
There is always a fine balance between clarity and secrecy.
Rodríguez Valenzuela’s music is great art.”

Cuarteto Casals · Schubert # 3 Cover




Live in Barcelona

Five Extraordinary Concerts

Second Concert. DVD + HD Video

5.1 + Stereo

Neu Records presents a Digital EP by composer Manuel Rodríguez Valenzuela, recorded by Ensemble Mosaik and Lluïsa Espigolé in May 2017 in the Auditorio de Zaragoza....

Now available in digital format, the concert includes the string quartets D 32, D 112 and D 87, and it's the third release of the Cuarteto Casals' set of live performances of the complete quartets of Franz Schubert....

Neu Records presents 'Images of Broken' Light by Josep Maria Guix. The album includes the second volume of the project, Broken Light, performed by Abel and Arnau Tomàs (Cuarteto Casals) and Josep Colom....

Neu Records presents 'Images', an album of works for ensemble by Josep Maria Guix, recorded with the prestigious London Sinfonietta under the direction of Geoffrey Paterson. 'Images' is published exclusively as a digital album in high resolution formats, in stereo surround 5.1, and contains two of the Catalan composers most representative works: Vent del capvespre (Evening Wind) (2007) and Jardín seco (Dry Garden) (2014)....

Producer and artistic director Santi Barguñó participates in Compression Music as sound engineer, together with Sarah Maria Sun (voice), Neus Estarellas (piano), Feliu Ribera (percussion) and Luis Codera Puzo (modular synths, samplers, composition). Next 20th of July will take place the premiere of “Compression Music” in Barcelona (Fabra i Coats, 20h)....

Neu Records is working on a digital release of ensemble works by Catalan composer Josep Maria Guix, recorded at Watford Colosseum with the London Sinfonietta conducted by Geoffrey Paterson....

Recorded by Miquel Bernat and the ensemble Drumming, 'Horizonte ondulado' illustrates the application of the creative thinking of José Manuel López López (1956) to the timbral and dynamic potential of percussion instruments and their implications in the temporal dimension of the musical material....