Spanish pianist, born in Switzerland, develops an international career and is recognized for her work in the diffusion of the Spanish music of the “Laura Sierra is a pianist of an extraordinary scope because she combines an extraordinary technique, in which elements of modern extended techniques are also inserted, with a great ability to enter into the works and pour them to the auditor with full veracity, guarantee and perfection”.
With more than 20 absolute premieres performed, and creator of La Rotonda, a project dedicated to the XX and XXI Century, promotion and recovery of music by female composers. In 2015, her piano duo Iberian & Klavier, formed with the pianist Manuel Tévar, is presented by the Gabarrón Foundation at Carnegie Hall, as a commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of Spain’s entry into the UN, and in 2016
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Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition in New York. He has performed in prestigious halls and festivals around the world such as Rudolfinum in Prague, Carnegie Hall in New York, Ernst Reuter Saal in Berlin, St Punchrus Church in London, Phillipe Performing Arts Center in Indiana, Festival del Lago di Como, Auditorio Alfredo Kraus de las Palmas, Auditorio Nacional de Música de Madrid, Teatro de la Zarzuela de Madrid, Auditorio Miguel Delibes de Valladolid, Teatro Monumental de Madrid, Fundación Juan March, Palau de la música de Barcelona and Palau de la música de Valencia, among others.
She has given masterclasses in Italy, France, Spain and the USA. She currently teaches at the Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio, Musical Arts and Progreso Musical in Madrid, and Conservatori del Liceu in Barcelona.
She has made recordings for TVE and RNE, Radio France and Radio Austria. In 2015 she recorded composer Beatriz Arzamendi’s work “De los amores de Don Quijote” on the album “De la dulce mi enemiga. Mujeres cervantinas” produced by the UAM with the label Columna Música. With Iberian & Klavier he has published the critical edition of scores “El piano del Maestro Alonso” and has presented five recording projects: “Café 1930”, “Bon Voyage”, “El piano del maestro Alonso”, “Springtime” and “El piano solo del maestro Alonso”, three of them Melómano de Oro award in 2015, 2017 and 2020.