Ernesto Halffter: Complete Works for Piano Solo
Danza de la pastora
Danza de la gitana
Remembrances: Lyric Pieces by Edvard Grieg:
Isaac Albéniz: Evocación from Iberia, Book I, performed by Adam Kent.
Manuel de Falla: Danza del molinero from El sombrero de tres picos, performed by Adam Kent.
Ernesto Halffter: Danza de la pastora, introduced by Adam Kent and Manuel Halffter and performed by Adam Kent.
Enrique Granados: El amor y la muerte from Goyescas, performed by Adam Kent.
Enrique Granados: Mazurka from Escenas románticas and Los requiebros from Goyescas, performed by Adam Kent.
Tania León: Homenatge (2011, dedicated to Adam Kent), performed by Adam Kent.
Xavier Montsalvatge: Tres Divertimientos sobre temas de autores olvidados (No. 2), performed by Adam Kent.
Federico Mompou: Canciones y danzas Nos. 1, 4, and 6, introduced and performed by Adam Kent.
The Damocles Trio performs Diverging Flints by Linda Dusman at the 2010 Livewire Festival in Baltimore. Studio recording available on I Need No Words.
Tania León: Mística performed by Adam Kent.
Adam Kent Live at the Academia Granados-Marshall of Barcelona in 2013.
Miguel Ángel Roig-Francolì: Suite Apócrifa, Pieces I-V performed by Adam Kent.
Miguel Ángel Roig-Francolì: Suite Apócrifa, Pieces VI-VIII performed by Adam Kent.
Adam Kent plays Joaquín Turina’s Tres Danzas Fantásticas at the 2014 Burgos International Music Festival, prefaced by readings from José Mas.
(PART 1 of 2) Chopin’s Four Maddest Children: the Piano Sonata No. 2 in b-flat minor, Op. 35
(PART 2 of 2) Chopin’s Four Maddest Children: the Piano Sonata No. 2 in b-flat minor, Op. 35
“Adam Kent’s performing ‘Rapsodia Portuguesa’ by Ernesto Halffter was the pièce de résistance…Even Kent’s entrance on stage was charming and affable. However, it was the polish and strength of his piano playing that showed his mettle…he let his fingers dance over the keys with the prowess of a toreador.”– The Charlotte Sun Herald
Formal Shots: Michael Dames and James Keyser
Candid Shots in Spain: Joel Weinberg
Candid Shots of Damocles Trio: Sibylle Johner
Carnegie Hall Shots: Young Jang