J. Brahms (1833-1897) Sonata no. 3 in D Minor for violin and pianoforte op. 108
Allegro; Adagio; Un poco presto e con sentimento; Presto agitato
J.S. Bach (1685-1750) Sonata for Violin no. 1 in G Minor BWV 1001
J. Massenet (1842-1912) Méditation (from Thaïs)
P de Sarasate (1844-1908) Romanza andaluza
Inmaculada Muñoz Salgüero hails from Spain. She got her Masters Degrees in both violín teaching as well as in Chamber Music from the Real Conservatorio superior de música de Madrid under the tuition of Pedro León. She furthered her studies at the Royal Conservatorium of Brussels with Katy Sebastien and Sygmund Kowalski. She has performed extensively with numerous orchestras, namely, the Orchestra Catedral de la Almudena, JORCAM, and the World Orchestra of Jeunesses Musicales International, among others. She is the first prize recipient of the Young Musicians’ Competition of Ibercaja-Guadalajara as well as the Jóvenes artistas de Castilla la Mancha. She has participated in numerous master classes with experts such as Katalin Sebastyen, Yuri volguin, Clara Flieder, Alexander Detisov and Vicente Cueva. She has also followed teaching courses at the Alcalá University. She has played numerous concerts with diverse orchestras, most notably the Symphonic Orchestra, Vallés, Classic Orchestra of Spain, Classic orchestra Santa Cecilia, European Royal Ensamble, Camerata XXI, Orchestra Philarmonía, Madrid, Chamber Orchestra, Cuenca, Philarmonic Orchestra, La Mancha, Symphonic Orchestra, Huelva, Sebastien String, Brussels, Philarmonic Orchestra (St Michel Orchestra), and more. She has also taught at the Conservatories of Albacete and Guadalajara. Since settling in Malta, Inmaculada has played numerous chamber music concerts at various venues all over the island. She has been a violín performer with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra since 2011.
Polish-born pianist Julia Miller graduated from the Music Academy of Lodz in piano performance and chamber music. She was a finalist in numerous competitions and had her own Trio which performed in the most prestigious venues in Poland. Since then, she has carved for herself an international career both as a soloist and as a musical collaborator. After a stint in Dublin, Ireland, she moved to Malta in 2012 and built herself a reputation as both an accompanist to vocalists as well as an accomplished pianist in her own right. She has collaborated with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, Kor Malta, the Manoel Theatre Youth Opera, and has taken part in several festivals, including the Malta Baroque Festival, the Malta International Spring Festival and the Victoria International Arts Festival. She has also accompanied soprano Miriam Gauci during her master classes as part of the Gaulitana Festival. In 2019, Julia embarked on a series of solo recitals entitled Julia Miller Plays, performing a wide-ranging repertoire of classical piano pieces, especially from the Romantic Period. She is also a teacher at the Malta School of Music.