The Paganini Ensemble Vienna quartet is known for being the only group in the world capable of recording 15 works by the Italian composer. The ensemble will perform this Saturday, May 14 (7:30 p.m.) the impossible work by Niccolò Paganini in the Chamber Hall of the National Auditorium in Madrid. The concert will be repeated on Sunday, May 22 (7:30 p.m.) at the Burgos Auditorium.

The violinist Mario Hossen, considered one of the best performers of Niccolò Paganini’s work, founded the Paginini Ensemble Vienna quartet. The group surprises mainly for its composition with guitar, by Alexander Swete. Violist Marta Potulska and cellist Liliana Kehayova complete the group.

Paganini, known as “the devil’s violinist”, has gone down in history for his technical virtuosity and the complex melodies that surprised all those attending his recitals. In addition to being an interpreter, Paganini stood out as a composer, creating works that were practically impossible to execute and that only he could perform perfectly.

The Paginini Ensemble Vienna concert is part of the first season of concerts by the company Hispania Conciertos, which offers a proposal that enriches the musical scene and helps the Spanish public enjoy a greater musical offer. This cycle brings to Spain renowned artists and orchestras from all over the world, as well as emerging national performers and composers.