FRAN RIVERO CONCERT AT THE INTERNATIONAL BRASS FESTIVAL RAFAEL MÉNDEZ

Here we leave you part of the Fran Rivero concert with a wonderful version of MY WAY ( My way) with which the trumpeter delighted all attendees via Online at the International Brass Festival Rafael Méndez together with a great pianist such as Daniel Matas.

We hope you like it and that you enjoy this magnificent performance.

Daniel Matas al Piano and Fran Rivero My Way (My way)

In this other video belonging to the same concert, Fran Rivero interprets a work by Puccini that Rafael Méndez covered and that has a very special meaning for him.

With all the love and enthusiasm, I leave you this beautiful work at all direct E LUCEVAN LE STELLE / Tosca (Puccini- Rafael Méndez's version).

Thank you all for wanting to listen to some good music., and my pianist Daniel Matas Pastor for getting the best out of me.

FRAN RIVERO

This is another masterful interpretation of the trumpeter Fran Rivero belonging to the same concert.

It's amazing how music can get you so excited… And it is that this melody pierces my soul every time I interpret it… It is the Aranjuez Concert (Joaquin Rodrigo), a personal version with my dear friend and pianist Daniel Matas Pastor and in absolute direct. From all my heart, I hope my feelings reach your hearts.

-FRAN RIVERO

2 Replies to “FRAN RIVERO CONCERT AT THE INTERNATIONAL BRASS FESTIVAL RAFAEL MÉNDEZ”

  1. Ron Bradley says:

    Dear Fran, your range of playing styes is amazing and your rendition of the Puccini is beautiful. I would like to see more intensity. I had the wonderful privilege of playing with Mendez four times during my high school days, including in a trumpet trio. Perhaps the difference I hear is in the brilliance of sound, which lends itself to more intensity. Vibrato has something to say about intensity too. I would also suggest maintaining the intensity throughout the phrase.

    You are an incredible player!

    You can see my story at http://ojtrumpet.net/mendez/meeting/
    Third from the bottom.

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    1. Fran rivero says:

      Thank you very much for all your words. I appreciate his comment
      Rafael Méndez was the first trumpet player as a soloist who stood out with himself.

      I try to play many styles forward, but it’s not easy.
      Almost all the great trumpet players are dedicated to a single style or two.
      It’s also true that I do not want to be an imitator of anyone, I seek to be myself.
      I already have my own pieces on my last 2 albums (“The iberian trumpetandCoincidencias”) and even though I perform repertoire that other trumpet players have played, I never try to imitate them

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