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Highlights of the current season include appearances with Rachmaninov's 3rd concerto and Paganini variations in Spain and UK, plus debut concerts in Mexico and Bulgaria.

Juan Carlos' doctoral dissertation was nominated for The Barry S. Brooks Dissertation Award.

Juan Carlos Fernandez-Nieto receives a Doctoral degree from the City University of New York.

ICMA-nominated album "Iberian Dances" is available in stores and on all the streaming platforms!

Teatro Macedonio Alcalá

Oaxaca, Mexico

January 27 2024


Bach-Busoni, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Albéniz, Rachmaninov


Sociedad Filarmónica de Vilagarcía

Vilagarcía de Arousa, Spain

March 9 2024

with Silvia Careddu, flute

Program TBD

Saint John Smith Square

London, UK

May 4, 2024

with Covent Garden Chamber Orquestra

conductor - Dominic Grier

Rachmaninov - Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini

“He set off a firework on the 88 piano keys which excited the audience in the Kulturzentrum right from the start”

Klaus Albrecht
Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung


“More than just virtuosity

Remy Franck



“A dazzling musical spectacle

Blas Matamoros



“Everything is transparent, neatly executed with a dynamic spectrum from forte to piano”

Jeremy Nicholas

Gramophone UK 

Spanish-American pianist Juan Carlos Fernández-Nieto’s international career is rapidly flourishing after he stepped in last minute performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto Jeunehomme at Carnegie Hall with The Chamber Orchestra of New York, which resulted in a standing ovation and immediate reengagements. 

New album "Iberian Dances" is available in stores and on all streaming platforms!

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