Alberto rosado


Anyone who has followed my evolution in recent years will know that I have devoted a great deal of my time to the study of the interaction between piano and electronics. First it was with the recording of the project e-piano_video&electronics and then with my final master's work that will lead, if all goes well, to a doctoral thesis. In addition, I continue to program in concerts new music for piano and electronics combined with classics for this formation of the twentieth century.


The first step for research in the field of piano and electronics I have taken with this work on models of interaction between performer and electronic media in Spanish music for piano and electronics. I share the PDF of my Master's Thesis in this link.

Master's Thesis

Master's Thesis

In 2009 I started a project that crystallized with the recording of a DVD in 2015. I recorded works by Paredes, Estrada, Fuentes, Morales-Ossío, Humet, Edler-Copes and Navarro. Several of them were commissions and all of them, except for Navarro's work, include the possibility of playing together with video art images. I copy the link to the YouTube promotional video.

e-piano project

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The complete DVD recording can be purchased on the IBS-Classical website.

I+D by Iñaki Estrada. From the DVD "e-piano"

Tortured vinyl by Jesús NAVARRO, included in the CD-DVD e-piano_video&electronics

SEPT by Cristian Morales. Recorded from the DVD "e-piano".

Because of the quarantine due to the emergence of the COVID-19 virus, I turned my studio into a recording room. With a couple of video cameras and a small audio equipment, the last month of confinement I proposed to make a series of recordings that later will have continuity, hopefully under another name.
During this time, I recorded the three works of the cycle in termini estremi by Carlos D. Perales, which I had already premiered several months before. My intention is to continue recording, in the most professional way possible, Spanish and Latin American works for solo piano or piano with electronics in order to divulge them as much as possible. 

Legatissimo, "In termini estremi nº2" for piano and electronics (2018) by Carlos D. PERALES. 

Dolcissimo, "In termini estremi nº1" for piano and electronics (2018) by Carlos D. PERALES

Adagissimo, In termini estremi, nº3 (2019), for piano and electronics by Carlos D. Perales.