He studied his degree at the Conservatorio Superior de Música del Liceu. Later he obtained his master’s degree at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama of London.
Artist of Viena International Music Management, recently he has recorded a CD with IPA laber and sponsored by Bank Austria.
He is the artistic director of Classical Music La Vilavella and, since September 2019, director of the live auditions at the World Music Competition.
He is currently professor of clarinet and chamber music at the Wiener Musikakademie.
He started studying saxophone in Rianxo, when he was 9 years old. He completed his higher studies in Palma de Mallorca and then moved to France to continue his training at the Bordeaux Regional Conservatory.
He has won more than a dozen awards, including the one obtained in the 38th Club Lyceum Chamber Music Competition in Lausanne (Switzerland), those received in the 2010 and 2012 editions of the Montserrat Alavedra Chamber Music Competition in Barcelona or the one granted by the Youth Institute in the Classical Music category of the INJUVE 2012 Creation contest.
He studied with Walter Boeykens at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp, Belgium, and with George Pieterson and Larry Combs.
He has played with orchestras such as Royal Concertgebow Orchestra, New York Philarmonic Orchestra, Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Orchester Les Dissonances and the MMCK Tokyo Orchestra.
He has conducted the Young Orchestra of the Madrid Opera, the Young Orchestra of Soria and the Royal Theater of Madrid, among other groups and institutions.
Founder of the Alberola MMCV Valencia, Professor at the ESMAR Escuela Superior de Valencia, and guest conductor at the Perm Opera, Russia.
As a soloist and in chamber music, the Ensemble Proxima Centauri forms part, of which she is artistic director. She has participated in various broadcasts and radio recordings in Germany, France and Australia.
She has played with the Orchester du Théâtre de Nantes, Orchester Philharmonique des Pays de Loire, Ensemble International de Saxophones, Ensemble Musique Nouvelle, Ensemble National de Saxophones, Ensemble Orchestral International de Italia, Orchester du Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux, Orchester National Bordeaux Aquitaine, ensemble ARCEMA, Nouvel Ensemble Moderne de Montréal, Orchester Philharmonique de Bangkok.
She is currently a saxophone teacher at ¨P.E.S.M.D Bordeaux Aquitaine¨ and at the Conservatoire National de Région de Bordeaux where she created in 1993 a contemporary music interpretation class for all instruments, forming a generation of interpreters interested in today’s music.
Thanks to having won the First Prize in the third Abstract Securitirs contest, Landor Competition got a recording contract with Landor Records.
He began his musical training at a very young age. Very soon he moved to Moscow where he continued his piano studies and later perfected his training in the Netherlands, Italy and France.
He has performed with the Orchestra of the Academic Capella of Saint Petersburg, the Philharmonic of the Radio of Holland, Orchestra of the North of Holland, Royal Philharmonic of Flanders, Symphonic Orchestra of Granada, Royal Philharmonic of Galicia, Orchestra of the Radio of Romania, etc.
Since 2019, Nareh has been appointed head of the piano department at the Wiener Musikakademie.
He was born in Marín (Pontevedra) and began his musical studies there at the age of 8.
She was trained at the CMUS in Pontevedra and Santiago de Compostela and has the title of Superior Teacher in the specialties of Piano and Chamber Music. Since 1995 he has accompanied instrumentalists of all specialties in tests, concerts, competitions, courses and competitions. She is the pianist of Camerata Arven and member of the Municipal Bands of Valga and Catoira.
He studied at the Glinka Music College in Minsk, obtaining the title of Accordion Professor also studying piano as a second instrument. He studied two years of the Accordion specialty at the Minsk Higher Conservatory, with piano as a second instrument, in addition to orchestra conducting practices.
He continued at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña with the accordion specialty. It has numerous awards and has been part and collaborated with numerous bands and orchestras.
At the age of 4, he began his musical studies at the Saint Petersburg Musical Lyceum, “Kikini palati”, specializing in piano with teacher Irina Kudriná.
He was part of the white voice choir “Blágovest”, St. Petersburg.
At the age of 12, she began her studies in lyrical singing with Yulia Goldófskaia at the Saint Petersburg Musical Lyceum.
He was part of the choral group Lyceum, St. Petersburg.
He debuted at the age of 15 as a soloist with the orchestra of traditional Russian instruments Balalika, under the baton of Aleksei Dolgov.
She was a guest soloist of the “Lyceum” symphony orchestra, St. Petersburg, conductor Serguey Efaev.
He was part of the musical group “Opernaya Studia” under the direction of Natalia Sokolova.
He collaborated as a soloist with the Cantarella choir, Director Olga Ulitina.
He made collaborations with the theater “Zazerkalie”.
He received vocal improvement classes from Isabel Penagos, Jaime Aragall, Marius Vlad Budoiu, and Arkadi Shteinlukht.
He graduated from the Professional Conservatory of Santiago de Compostela, specializing in Singing.
lyrical, obtaining the Extraordinary End of Degree Award.
Graduated from the Superior Conservatory of Music of Vigo, specializing in Singing.
He is part of the choirs of the Chapel of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, under the direction of Miro Moreira.
He was part of the musical group “Trio Sankt-Peterburg”, as well as the group “Camertón”.
He collaborated with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Galicia.
Both as part of different groups or as a soloist, he has performed in the following countries:
Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Hungary, Finland, Sweden, Italy, Romania, France and Spain.
He gave voice to the announcement of the College of Physiotherapists of Galicia.
She played the role of Rita in the opera “Rita” by Donizetti, Galicia.
He passed the selection process for the choir of the Teatro de la Zarzuela, Madrid.
She also has a degree from the Saint Petersburg State University, Faculty of Arts and Philology.
He teaches singing and languages applied to singing (English, French, German, Italian, Russian).
Lorena Valero studied in Vienna with the mezzo-soprano Kammersängenrin Margarita Lilova, after obtaining the professional singing title at the Conservatorio Superior del Liceo de Barcelona. In her artistic training, the teachers of Ghena Dimitrova, Jerzy Artisz and Roberto Scandiuzzi stand out.
During her professional career, she has played the role of Santuzza de Cavalleria Rusticana by P. Mascagni, in the Opéra -Théâtre Metz Métropole in France; the role of Elena de Mefistofele, of A. Boito, in the Théâtre du Passage Neuchâtel and in the Théâtre Equilibre de Friborg in Switzerland, among many others.
Jose Vicente Faus Faus is a timpani of the Royal Philharmonic of Galicia, professor at the Escola de Altos Estudos Musicais de Galicia and professor at the Valga Superior Conservatory of Music.
He is a member of the Grupo Taller Atlántico Contemporáneo (TAC) and a member of the Contemporary Music Duo “COLLOQUY” for saxophone and percussion, where they obtained the honorary diploma at the Zaragoza International Music Trophy.
He was a member of the percussion group from Zaragoza “Per-secusión Ensemble” and timpani of the Youth Orchestra of the Valencian Community.
Among the orchestras to which he has been invited are: Principality of Asturias Symphony Orchestra, City of Oviedo Orchestra, Castilla y León Symphony Orchestra, Castellón Symphony Orchestra, City of Granada Orchestra, Radio Televisión Española Symphony Orchestra, Bilbao Symphony Orchestra , City of Barcelona and National Orchestra of Catalonia, Cadaques Orchestra, Grupo Enigma Zaragoza Orchestra and Oporto Symphony Orchestra.
He has been a professor at the Rioja Professional Conservatory of Music. He has participated as a percussion teacher in the Youth Orchestra of Catalonia (JONC) and the Youth Orchestra of Andalusia (OJA).
Among the different concerts he has performed, it is worth highlighting:
– “The rhythm and the word” Didactic concert, EAEM Percussion Group, Composer: Fernando Buide and Director: Jose Vicente Faus within the season of the Real Filharmonía de Galicia.
– The premiere in Spain of the “Concerto for Flute, Percussion and String Orchestra” Daniel Schnyder with the Real Filharmonía de Galicia.
– The Japanese music concert held at the Santiago de Compostela Professional Conservatory with the Trio: Marie Kobayashi (voice), Claude Delangle (Saxophone) and percussion Jose Vicente Faus.
– Participation in the music cycle of the 20th century in Vitoria – Gasteiz of the saxophone and percussion duo “Colloquy”.
In addition to having taken various masterclasses and percussion courses in Spain.
He studied the Superior Degree of Traditional and Popular Music Instruments of Galicia between the Superior Center of Music of Galicia and the Superior Conservatory of Music of Vigo where he also studied the Superior Degree of Ethnomusicology.
He attends bagpipe classrooms with teachers Carlos Núñez, Anxo Lorenzo, David Bellas, Ernesto Campos and Patrick Molard, and percussion with Carlos Castro and Kinhos Saborido, among others.
At the same time, he studied hurdy gurdy, singing, guitar, clarinet and piano, as well as composition, musical production and luther of Galician bagpipes.
He has composed more than 400 works for bagpipes in different formats and styles.
He currently develops his career as a teacher, composer and performer.
Alfonso Calvo has a Master in Jazz from ESMUC, a Bachelor of Jazz-Double Bass with honors from Cosmac and a Degree in Music Education from USC. Musical Excellence Award from the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Xunta de Galicia.
He has recorded and shared the stage with musicians such as Marcos Pin, Michel González, Naíma Acuña, Iago Vázquez, Pablo Castaño, Marcos Teira, Xosé Miguélez, Nani García and Antonio Bravo. Currently he is part of the Marcos Teira quintet presenting the album Nós (Martín Códax award 2019), Marcel Pascual Quartet, Valentín Caamano Quartet, Zumaque and his septet project with which he has participated in jazz festivals throughout the community.
He has about forty record references edited between collaborations for other artists and his own projects. He currently leads the jazz-rock band JUZZ, active since 2018, the date of the release of his first self-titled album. He also collaborates with other projects of a very diverse nature, among which Fuzzo, Loiros, Steel Sheep and The Manueles stand out.
Throughout his career he has played and recorded with internationally renowned musicians such as Walter Smith III, Jonathan Blake, Marcus Gilmore, Ambrose Akinmusire, Myron Walden, Abe Rábade, Paco Charlín, Román Filú, Perico Sambeat, John Clayton or Darren Barrett, among many others
In addition, it has various recognitions, such as the SGAE Author Concerto Award with S.O.S. Trío (2005), the 1st Group Prize of the Jazz Schools of Portugal (Lisbon, 2008), the 2nd Prize of the International Jazz Group Competition at the XXXII Getxo Jazz Festival (2010) with the Javier “GDjazz” Pereiro Quartet, the Best Soloist Award at the Keep an Eye International Jazz Awards 2015 at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, and two Martín Códax da Música Awards in 2014 and 2016 with Mónica de Nut and the rock band Foxy Freire respectively.
Es licenciado en Jazz-Batería por el COSMAC. Su proyecto Buxeiro obtuvo el premio SGAE Galicia Creativa 2015 en la sección de Jazz.
A lo largo de los años, desarrolló una faceta de baterista todoterreno que le permitió participar en numerosos proyectos, con los que obtuvo 9 premios Martín Códax.
Ha grabado 16 discos: de jazz, fusión, soul, blues, folk y pop. Uno de estos, “Magnético-Zen” de Xoán Curiel, recibió un premio MIN en 2013.
Ha compartido escenario con músicos como Jorge Pardo, Abe Rábade, Pablo Castaño, y Antonio Bravo.
Actualmente explora géneros que van desde el Neo Soul al Jazz Ambiental, pasando por la Improvisación Libre o el Pop.
Singer and songwriter from Caldas de Reis (Galicia). In 1997 she received her first singing classes with Ramón Bermejo at Estudio Escola de Música de Santiago de Compostela. In addition, she studies with Manuel Gutiérrez, Suso Atanes, L.A.R. Legido and Abe Rábade.
In 2006 she recorded Lost (Errabal Jazz), her first album, together with Manuel Gutiérrez; in 2007 she recorded Pascala (Free Code Jazz Records), also with Manuel Gutiérrez; and in 2013 she recorded Noise (Record Delights) with Tereland.
She has also collaborated with different groups such as GEM Trío, Marcelo Escrich Silent Trío, The Good Time Rollers, Gradus Jazz, Jorge Garrido Trío, Three One, Miño Project by Baldo Martínez, with the Galician Jazz Orchestra at the Vigo Jazz Festival Imaxina Sons, with the Pyrenees Jazz Orchestra or with the Iruña Jazz Orchestra, among others.
Graduated in the saxophone specialty from the Julián Orbón Conservatory of Avilés (Asturias) and graduated from the A Coruña Conservatory of Music in the specialty of Jazz improvisation. Gueorgui Organesian has been part of different groups and bands such as Soulman de Avilés or the Dixie Jazz Band patrol from the same city. He has collaborated on albums by artists such as Susana Seivane or Siboney and has been a professor at the Fundación Música Moderna de Avilés.