clara rodriguez celebrating among friends
Performing Venezuelan music at St. James's Piccadilly, London, with Carlos Nené Quintero (maracas) and Edwin Arellano (cuatro)

Clara Rodriguez repertoire is vast and includes many major works by the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary works. She has also commissioned and premièred many pieces, including Federico Ruiz’s Second Piano Concerto which is dedicated to her and which she recorded with the Orquesta Municipal de Caracas under conductor Rodolfo Saglimbeni. Clara Rodríguez gave its London première under Levon Parikian at St. John's Smith Square.

Federico Ruiz has also dedicated to her the following list of works:

  • • Tríptico Tropical / Tropical Triptych – sonata in three movements premièred at the Purcell Room of the Southbank Centre.
  • • Nocturno.
  • • Merengue.
  • • Carnaval.
  • • Zumba que zumba.

Clara Rodriguez is also the dedicatee of a number of other piano pieces all of which she has premièred in public concerts at venues that include London's Southbank Centre, St. John's Smith Square, The Royal College of Music, BBC Radio 3, Teresa Carreño Complex and Teatro Municipal of Caracas.

  • Creciente Waltz by Miguel Astor.
  • Vista Clara (piano and ring modulator) by Lawrence Casserley.
  • Three Preludes by Mirtru Escalona Mijares.
  • Anthology of Venezuelan Waltzes for piano and string orchestra by Juan Carlos Núñez.
  • Sin manija (piano and electronic sounds on tape) and Bagatelles for piano by Michael Rosas-Cobian.
  • Clarissima visione by Diego Silva (for piano and orchestra) and Africa Mia (for two percussionists and piano).
  • Cuaderno de piezas by Adrián Suárez (for piano and indigenous instruments).