June 16th. Asturias Symphony Orchestra. Works by Turina and Satie. Teatro de la Universidad Laboral in Gijón.
February 22nd, 2019. Asturias Symphony Orchestra. Works by Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev. "Príncipe Felipe" Auditorium in Oviedo.
February 5th-17th 2019. Castilla y León Symphony Orchestra. Recording of the talent show "Prodigios" for RTVE.
January 1st, 2019. City of Avilés Symphony Orchestra. Works by Strauss, Kachaturian, Brahms, Giménez... "Palacio Valdés" theatre in Avilés.
December 1st, 14th, 15th, 17th and 22nd, 2018. Orchestra of the University of Oviedo. Works by Beethoven, del Fresno and Vivaldi. Concerts in Oviedo, La Felguera, Villaviciosa, Oviedo and Santullano.
November 24th and 25th, 2018. Orchestra of the University of Oviedo. Works by Beethoven, del Fresno and Vivaldi. Concerts in Vegadeo and Piedras Blancas.
October 20th, 2018. Marimba master-class at the XIV Festival Internacional de Percusión de Mislata (Valencia-Spain). More information on www.liceudemusicamislata.com
October 13th, 2018. Asturias Symphony Orchestra. "Taxi Driver" with live music. Teatro de la Universidad Laboral in Gijón.
"Método de Movimiento para Marimba" (L. H. Stevens) is already available. This Spanish edition was translated by David Valdés.
Latest acquisitions: a 14"x5" vintage Ludwig Supersensitive snare drum, a 13"x7,5" snare drum and a 16"x29" Medieval long drum.
On June 6th, the blog was updated with more information on Russian cymbal notation.
The Orquesta de la Universidad de Oviedo will use my baroque timps in its June concerts.
On May 31st, the blog was updated with an article on Russian cymbal notation.
On May 24th and 25th, the Akademie für Alte Musik used my baroque timps and rope bass drum in his Spanish tour.
On may 24th, the blog was updated with the fourth and last article of the series on how I built my own historical rope drum.
The Orquesta de la Universidad de Oviedo used my baroque timps in its May concerts.
On May 15th, the blog was updated with an article describing how I made my own sponge sticks.
On April 11th, the blog was updated with an article describing how a Turkish crescent was built.
Latest acquisitions: Grover T2/BC and T2/PhBr tambourines, Lefima KT-018-0010-200 (vintage) tambourine, two Asturian tambourines based on historical models by "Vezos y Costumes", baroque triangle, rope bass drum based on historical models, a ship bell, a musical saw, a collar of vintage sleigh bells, two Turkish cevgen, LP395 and LP281 maracas, metal and wooden spoons and three whips/slapsticks.