The spanish pianist Noelia Rodiles has played in the most important concert venues in Spain, such as the Auditorio Nacional de Música, Teatro Real, Auditorio de Zaragoza, Auditori de Barcelona, Palau de la Música Catalana, Fundación Juan March in Madrid, Auditorium de Palma, Teatros del Canal, etc, taking part in different cycles and festivals such as “Jóvenes Intérpretes” held by the Fundación Scherzo, the Schubertiada at Vilabertrán, the Granada Festival of Music and Dance, the Quincena Musical Donostiarra, or the Otoño Musical Soriano, among many others, as well as in different cities in Germany, Italy, France, Poland, Tunisia, Bolivia and Jordan.
She has played as a soloist with orchestras such as the Orquestra Nacional d’Andorra, The Soloists of London, the Heinrich Heine orchestra of Düsseldorf, the Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Extremadura, Orquesta Bética de Cámara, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Albacete, the Orquesta del Sur de España, the Orquesta Clásica de Asturias, the Orquesta del Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, the Sinfónica Iuventas, the Orquesta Presjovem and the Orquesta Julián Orbón de Avilés among others, conducted by such well-known figures as Víctor Pablo Pérez, Michael Thomas, Silke Löhr, Juan Luis Martínez, Marzio Conti, Ramón Tébar, Antonio Moya, Daniel Sánchez Velasco, César Álvarez, Pablo Mielgo and José María Martínez.
She has won awards at international piano competitions such as those of the Palma de Mallorca “Rotary Club” and the “Ricard Viñes” competition in Lleida. She also received the “Esther Guillén” award for the Arts granted by the Fundación Miguel Ángel Colmenero and the “Protagonista del mañana” award of from the Rotary Club of Avilés. In 2013 she was unanimoulsy given the First Prize and three special awards at the “Ciudad de Albacete” national piano competition.
Her first cd was released in 2014, published by Solfa Recordings, including Musica ricercata by Ligeti and Impromtus opus 90 by Schubert. This recording was awarded “excepcional disc” by the spanish specialized magazin Scherzo.
Having trained at music schools in Avilés, Madrid and Berlín under Ana Serrano, Lidia Stratulat, Ana Guijarro and Galina Iwanzowa, she furthered her studies at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid with instructors Dimitri Bashkirov and Claudio Martínez Mehner, and was honoured to be handed the prizes for the most outstanding student in both the chamber music and piano sections by H. M. Queen Sofía.
She has followed master classes under Daniel Barenboim, Joaquín Achúcarro, Salomon Mikowski, Joaquín Soriano, Galina Eguiazarova, Elisso Virsaladze and Josep M. Colom among other professionals. She has been able to take part in the Davidsbuendler project, through which she has been advised by musicians such as Aldo Ciccolini, Akiko Ebi or Boris Berman.
“Noelia Rodiles’s place among the ranks of performers is on the up and up. Watch out for her forthcoming concerts, as she is well on her way to becoming one of the great Spanish pianists of tomorrow”. (Ricardo Hontañón, Diario montañés)
“Noelia Rodiles gave an impeccable performance of a Shostakovich much influenced by Ravel. It was all so positive that we shall be looking forwards to her coming appearances”. (Jordi Maluquer, El Punt Avui)
“Among all the performers taking part in the cycle, it was Noelia Rodiles who displayed the deepest understanding of the piece, as she savoured every one of the notes, enriched the phrasing and fitted in to the millimeter in ensemble with the orchestra”. (Glòria Soler, La porta clàssica)
“Noelia Rodiles, a young pianist from Avilés, performed Mozart’s D MInor Concerto with the proverbial delicacy and sureness, as well as in an elegant and lyrical manner”. (Ramón G. Avello, El Comercio)
“Noelia Rodiles captivated the audience with the delicacy and musicality of her playing”. (Joaquín Valdeón, La Nueva España)