Born in Alcoy in 1930, as a concert pianist has toured the world’s principal cultural capitals and played with the most renown orchestras. Joaquín Rodrigo, Antonio Massana and other Spanish and American composers have entrusted her with the premieres of their works. She has accompanied her musical passion by authoring books on piano technique, interpretation..., as well as being a columnist for music newspapers and magazines.
She is the prolific composer of over a hundred works. They include coral music, voice and pianomusic, Christmas carols, folk, children songs..., that have made their debut and been published in Spain and the United States.
Colomer passed on 29th February 2016 at the age of 85.
Contrasts of light and shadows, like those you might find inside a kaleidoscope, where mirrors reflect the shards of glass.
Five short ideas for a full keyboard. They are small moving passages that convey certain emotions.
Dedicatòries happiness oozes from the music: the happiness of meeting friends from Alcoi after many years – a city that is devoted to the pianist and composer who was born there, and to whom these pieces are dedicated to.
This four melodious songs for voice and piano, by Consuelo Colomer, have a unique musical-poetic sensitivity, infused by its composer.
This book is aimed to teachers of early childhood education. After reading and studying its contents, they shall to find their practical application, according to their needs and time.
This little suite evokes the changes and nuances produced over the course of the year with a classical but at the same time very evocative language.
This work by Consuelo Colomer has four Lullabies written with an effectively simple use of resources; sweet melodies with piano accompaniment from the hands of a great pianist, with texts by the composer herself which reveal her sensitivity towards children.
Nuances of hope is really a music for hope: The texture of the work is vertical, with repetitive rhythmic formulas and popular turns. But let us not be deceived; this is a very difficult piece, as the performer must seek the right atmosphere at each moment.
Short Christmas Suite, Consuelo Colomer’s music is fresh, understanding, and generous in the room it allows for creativity on the part of the player.