Spanish music needs voices like this’ The New York Times.

Born in Luxembourg in 1966, he began playing piano at the age of six. He graduated from the Belgian Conservatory of Music of Liège with a Piano First Prize in 1985. He continued his piano studies with Eduardo Del Pueyo until this Spanish pianist died.

Acclaimed recordings, which besides the ongoing cycle of Albéniz’ complete piano music include a disc of Manuel de Falla’s music for piano solo (BIS-CD-773), have provided an impetus to Baselga’s career as a soloist. He has appeared with a number of orchestras, and as a recitalist, making his début at the prestigious 92nd Street Y in New York in 2001, a concert which earned him the following praise on the website ‘Miguel Baselga, like Vladimir Horowitz, is aware enough of his own prodigious talents to arrange such a fingerbreaker [Ravel’s La Valse] for his own dexterous showcase. I doubt that this arrangement will catch on with too many of his colleagues; it is simply beyond the reach of most...

The eighth volume of the Albéniz cycle (BIS 1953) is already available in the market as well as “Vals Café ”, a solo piano waltz compilation with the Spanish label Columna Musica.