An exciting journey at the heart of the musical phenomenon, universal language, a common thread between history, philosophy, astrophysics, medicine, cognitive sciences, musicology and ethnomusicology… Thirteen academics, researchers, professors, writers and clinicians present the fruits of their research and philosophical paths. Be sure to browse the program and register for the CEM Scientific Council Symposium, this Saturday, November 14, from 9:30 a.m

Ester Pineda first came to international notice when she was chosen to represent her country at the UNESCO in Paris on the occasion of the General Conference in 1991. Since then, Ester has given recitals at major venues in Britain (Wigmore Hall), Spain (Fondation March, International Festival of Torroella de Montgrí, Vinas Festival, etc.) France (Théâtre du Châtelet, Festival Chopin, Invalides, Festival d’Hiver du Château du Grand Jardin, Festival d’Annecy, Aix-les-Bains, Chambéry, Nice, etc.), Belgium, Latin America, Greece, Bulgaria, Slovakia and…


The virtuosity that emerges from Ester Pineda on stage is intimately linked to the depth of her musical expression. From the very first notes, she becomes at one with a public charmed by the finesse of her interpretation and her masterful playing.