Casale is the first woman to pioneer the fusion of classical and flamenco music in a fiercely emotive and moving piano repertoire.

She steals the role of flamenco guitar and combines it with innovations in piano technique. She imitates the sensations not only of the rhythmic complexity and intensity of flamenco, but also the sensation of the ”taconeo” of flamenco.

Initially educated at The Liceu Conservatory, Casale furthered her studies with The Russian and French Schools, developing a versatile and brilliant virtuosa technique.

Always inspired by Spanish Music, Casale premiered Duende in 2019, her most personal project up to date.


Focused on her pedagogical project, Cristina Casale currently just offers concerts on a selective and reduced basis. Contact us through the website form or simple suscribe to our newsletter and we will keep you updated on them and her news.


18/05/2023 Duende: flamenco studies, A. Espinosa Sala Alberto Castilla, Ibagué (Colombia)
29/05/2022 Flamenco concert for piano and orchestra «Duende», A. Espinosa Auditorio Enrique Granados, Lleida (España)
04/04/2022 Mozart, Beethoven, Falla, Piazzolla and Espinosa Palau de la Música, Barcelona (España)
26/03/2021 Concert for piano and orchestr N. 1 Tchaikovsky Auditori Sant Cugat (España)
17/07/2020 Granados, Gershwin, Kapustin and Espinosa Claustro Monasterio de Sant Cugat (España)
06-19/03/2019 China tour Duende Guangzhou, Liuzhou, Beijing, Shanghai (China)

What Music Critics say...

I recognize in her a singular profile, a non-mechanical approach, and handles so naturally, moments in the piece which demand a great deal of technique without boasting virtuosity; but an attempt to deepen that language and revive it in a pianism' of subtle touch.

―Jorge de Persia, musical critic and expert in History of Spanish Music
Casale brings force and power to the keyboard, showing a reverberating presence on stage.

―Mercedes Conde, Revista Musical Catalana
Nowadays, Casale is one of the most internationally renowned and accomplished pianists of this country.

―Joan Vives, Catalunya Música

What Music Critics say...