He has the Professional Degree of Classic Trombone from the Amadeo Roldán Conservatory of Cuba and the Higher Title in Jazz Trombone from the Superior Conservatory of Music of A Coruña. He completed his training by attending multiple improvisation master classes in jazz music.
He has been a trombonist, percussionist and chorus girl in the Dan Den Orchestra of Cuba and the Pablo FG of Cuba.
He is a trombonist in various Galician orchestras and groups such as Son de Camagüey, Timbabana, Sergio Delgado & Cuban Brass, etc. He has also collaborated on CDs and DVDs of different orchestras and bands.
Graduated Cum Laude in Jazz Composition and Piano Performance from Berklee College of Music (Boston, USA), he has directed an acoustic jazz trio since 1996, formed by Pablo Martín Caminero on double bass and Bruno Pedroso on drums.
He is the author of more than 200 compositions, composer, director and is part of the teaching staff of the Esmae (Porto, Portugal).
It has a long list of awards, including the Martín Códax in the Jazz and Improvised Music Category and the Piano Performance Award from the Berklee College of Music.
He studied at the Higher Conservatory of Music of Malaga, where he won the Soloist Contest. He was concertmaster of the Youth Orchestra of Andalusia and participated in numerous tours.
With the Young National Orchestra of Spain, he recorded for the Naxos and Deutsche Grammophon labels. He was invited as a violist to be part of the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra. The following year he entered the ArtEZ Conservatory in Zwolle (The Netherlands).
In Geneva he continued his studies of baroque violin at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève. In Switzerland, Gevorg worked with orchestras such as OSPF and AMA.
In addition, he collaborated with GECA, l’ESN, l’OCF, Ensemble Fratres, Cappella Mediterranea, Ensemble Hexacorde, and participated in festivals such as GAIA, Archipiel, Baroqueries.
After completing her studies of modern violoncello at the Barratt Due Institute of Music in Oslo, she graduated in baroque violoncello at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague (Higher Degree) and the Conservatory of Amsterdam (Master).
She continued her studies at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève, where she earned her Master of prawn viola. She participated as a continuist with the Ensemble Cappella Mediterranea and Milenium Orchestra, and collaborated with Les Basses Réunies, Ensemble La Fenice, Ensemble L’Arpeggiata and Arte dei Suonatori, among others.
She is a founding member of Ensemble Sopra il Basso and has been part of numerous productions in international operas. She was a guest soloist with La Voce Strumentale at the Vivarte Chaber Music Festival in Moscow.
He was a repertorist pianist at the Centro Plácido Domingo de Valencia Improvement Center and pianist and harpsichordist in various operatic productions.
He was a pianist and harpsichordist at the Atelier Lyrique de l’Opéra national de Paris, at l’Amphithéâtre Bastille and at l’Opéra Garnier. Master CNSMDP, has played with various chamber music formations, such as Ensemble MATIS or La Guirlande.
As a solo harpsichordist, he won the second prize in the Pesaro Gianni Gambi Key Contest.
He was also awarded the Prix Marinette Extermann-Groux for his qualities as Master in Celebration. As a continuist, he collaborates with the Orchestra of the Palau de les Arts, Estil Concertant, the Valencia Orchestra, Millenium Orchestra or Cappella Mediterranea, among others.
He studied at the Higher Conservatory of Music of Aragon, a traverse at the Higher School of Music of Catalonia (ESMUC) and later at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.
He is the founder and artistic director of La Guirlande, a group dedicated to the interpretation of music from the 18th and 19th centuries, with which he has won several international competitions.
He also won the 2nd prize in the 3rd International Berlin Bach Competition and in the II Young Aragonese Creators Awards, and the GEMA Award for best young group.
He has collaborated with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, The Bach Collektiv, Capriccio Barockorchester, Wunderkammer Berlin and Elbipolis Barockorchester Hamburg, among others.
After completing the professional degree training at the conservatories of Pontevedra and Santiago de Compostela, she moved to San Sebastián to continue her higher studies at the Higher Center of Music of the Basque Country – Musikene.
She has the Master in Interpretation at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève (Switzerland) and the Master in Interpretation specialized in the practice of ancient instruments (baroque and classical oboe).
She has been part of the Orchester Français des Jeunes Baroque and the Jeune Orchester de la Abbaye. She collaborates with various groups and orchestras such as Cappella Mediterranea, Kirchheim BachConsort, Le Banquet Celéste, Café Zimmermann, Poetic Music, Elyma, Bern Consort, Harmoniche Sfere and Le Concert d’Astrée, among others.
He studied professionally at the Superior Conservatory of Music of Castellón and a Master Spezialized in Historical Instruments at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.
He has collaborated with the Galician Symphony Orchestra, National and Symphony Orchestra of Catalonia, Symphony Orchestra of Vallès, Baroque Orchestra of Seville, Scintilla (Opernhaus Zurich) with historical instruments, OCL (Chamber Orchestra of Lausanne) and OCF (Chamber Orchestra of Friborg), among others.
He has played in several wind quintets, metal quintets and chamber music ensembles such as Chaarts Musik Ensemble, Camerata Zurich, Café Zimmermann and Mistral Ensemble.
He was awarded the Final Degree Award and the Euterpe Music Prize. He is also a horn professor at the Ourense Conservatory of Music.
After beginning her bassoon studies in Paris, she moved to Switzerland to continue her training and graduated in three Masters: Interpretation of modern bassoon (Zurich Higher School of Arts, ZHdK) Interpretation of historical instruments (Schola Cantorum Basiliensis) and Pedagogy ( Musikakademie Basel / Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya).
Her personal project, “Melodie Around the World”, led her to visit more than 14 countries and gave her the opportunity to study part of the local music, establishing a parallel between Ancient Music and traditional practices.
She was invited for a doctorate at the University of California Santa Cruz. He taught at the ESMAE-IPP in Porto, the ESML in Lisbon and at the Faculty of Music of the UNAM.
Master of Music (Composition and Music Theory) by Carnegie Mellon University, Master of Musical Arts (Composition) by Yale University and Doctor of Musical Arts by the same university, has seen his music programmed by a large part of the main Spanish orchestras ( Euskadi, Bilbao, Navarra, Madrid Symphony, Seville, Rtve, etc.) as well as other foreigners such as the Pittsburgh or Minnesota Symphony.
Among other awards, he has the AEOS-BBVA, the Michael Friedmann for research at Yale University or the Harry Archer award for orchestral composition.
Considered one of the most important conductors of his generation, criticism has been unanimous in highlighting his charisma and interpretative depth, as well as a precise and consolidated conducting technique.
He has been six seasons titular conductor of the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid. After completing his higher studies in composition and orchestra conducting, he studied the Master in Orchestra Conducting at the University of Munich, with the highest marks.
He has been musical artistic director and founder of the Philharmonic Orchestra of the University of Valencia (1995-2010), which won the 1st Prize of the International Symphony Orchestra Contest, held in Vienna in 1998.
Boris Perrenoud was born in Switzerland in 1966. The son of the composer Jean-Frédéric Perrenoud, he began to study violin at the age of 6 and gave his first concerts as a soloist in Switzerland and abroad at the age of 10.
He conducted his first concert at the age of 14 and was chosen at age 17 to conduct the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Salzburg. At age 19, he received his diploma of professional ability in violin theory and music at the Neuchâtelois Conservatory.
He continued his studies in the conducting class at the Konservatorium der Stadt Wien, Privat Universität (Austria) and obtained his diploma with distinction.
He is currently director of the Wiener Musikakademie.
He currently combines his teaching work with cultural management, directing projects such as the Ciudad de Pontevedra Chamber Music Festival, Manuel Quiroga Music Course, various conferences and activities of the Association of Galician Bagpipers as well as various projects of a European nature such as the Terraza Europa ” Cultural democracy, a practice of social transformation” of the European Parliament.
He was also trained in various fields related to culture: Specialization course in Creation and Management of Cultural and Artistic Companies (IGECA), Living Heritage and Sustainable Development (UNESCO), various Cultural Management courses of the Galician Association of Management Professionals Cultural or Agile Project Management.
Marina Penas Chaves was born in Vilagarcía de Arousa (Pontevedra). In 2014 he obtained with honors the Higher Degree in Music in the specialty of Pedagogy of Language and Musical Teaching at the CSM of Vigo. One year later, in the same educational center, finishes with outstanding the Superior Degree of Music in the Singing specialty. He takes numerous courses in Musical Didactics and Musical Language with Jos Wuytack, Violeta Hemsy de Gaínza, Emilio Molina, Anna Alegre Vals or Lola Bosom among others. Receive classes from prestigious singing teachers, highlighting Montserrat Caballé, Mariella Devia, Carlos Álvarez, Alicia Nafé, Giacomo Prestia, Lorena Valero or Roberto Accurso; and takes courses with great repertoirers, highlighting Ricardo Estrada, Manuel Burgueras or Carlos César Rodríguez.
In 2015 he won the Second Honorable Mention for Musical Excellence from the Xunta de Galicia and publishes his first album entitled Cantos da Terra. In April 2017 he participated in the Cycle Novos Talentos Musicais 2017 organized by Compostela Sound and the culture area of the University of Santiago de Compostela. She made her national debut in opera in 2016 with the character Anna de Nabucco at the Theater Foundation of Vigo in the lyrical season of Vigo. Later he plays the roles of Countess of Ceprano and Giovanna de Rigoletto (2017), the Lady of Lady Macbeth de Macbeth (2018) and Berta from Il Barbieri di Siviglia (2019). Performs various zarzuelas highlighting the roles of Cantaora in La Verbena de la Paloma (2020), Rosa in Los Carnations and Paloma in El Barberillo de Lavapiés. He has performed as a soloist La Petite Rossini’s Messe Solennelle, Mozart’s Requiem in D minor, the Coronation Mass by Mozart and the children’s opera show The Ghost Ship co-produced by the Oviedo. He has been the protagonist of the musical Balansiyyà by maestro José Rafael Pascual Vilaplana, which has traveled a good part of the Galician and Alicante geography. Too a collaborated with numerous music bands in concert of opera, zarzuela, bands sound and Galician music, recording several discs.