Noelia Rodiles


Pianist Noelia Rodiles has appeared as soloist with the Orquesta Nacional de España, Orquesta Sinfónica RTVE, Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Filarmónica de Querétaro (Mexico), Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias, The Soloists of London and the Heinrich Heine Symphoniker of Düsseldorf, among others, working with such distinguished conductors as Pablo González, Lucas Macías Navarro, Víctor Pablo Pérez, Michael Thomas, Ramón Tebar and Pablo Rus Broseta.

She has given performances in Spain’s principal concert halls as well as at the country’s leading festivals, including the Quincena Musical Donostiarra, Schubertíada de Vilabertran, Festival Internacional de Santander, Festival Castell de Peralada, Festival Rafael Orozco de Córdoba and Otoño Musical Soriano. She has also performed in Bolivia, France, Germany, Italy, Jordan, Mexico, Poland and Tunisia.

After the release of her first album (on Solfa Recordings), featuring works by Ligeti and Schubert, she was described as “one of the true rising stars of the Spanish and international piano world” and acknowledged as a “versatile pianist of truly admirable musicality and refinement” (Justo Romero, Scherzo). Her Eudora debut, The Butterfly Effect, brought together works by Schumann, Schubert and Mendelssohn with new commissions from three Spanish composers: Jesús Rueda, David del Puerto and Joan Magrané. The latter’s contribution was nominated for a Latin GRAMMY Award. In 2023, Rodiles released the album 1823, which presented the world premiere recording of the First Piano Sonata by Martín Sánchez Allú in his bicentenary year alongside Schubert’s Moments Musicaux.

Noelia Rodiles studied at the conservatories of Avilés, Madrid and Berlin with Ana Serrano, Ana Guijarro and Galina Ivanzova. She completed her studies at Madrid’s Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía with Dmitri Bashkirov and Claudio Martínez Mehner, and has also taken part in masterclasses with Daniel Barenboim, Joaquín Achúcarro, Solomon Mikowsky, Joaquín Soriano, Galina Egiazarova, Elisso Virsaladze and Josep Colom, among others.