CSM Galicia woodwind professors
They are the CSM Galicia woodwind professors (flute, oboe, basson, clarinet and saxophone).
Of Compostela origin, he began his music studies at the conservatory of this city and continued in Salamanca, Detmold and Geneva. He is regularly invited as a flute soloist by the Castilla y León Symphony, the Gran Teatro del Liceu, the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Scottish Chamber, etc. He combines his activity as Professor of Flute and Chamber Music at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Aragón with courses and masterclasses in different schools, conservatories and orchestras. You can read her full CV below.
He studied at the prestigious MSSMS Gnessin Music School in Moscow. He obtained a Bachelor of Music at the Haute École de Musique de Genève (Switzerland) and a Master in Orchestration-Guidance Orchestra at the Haute École de Musique de Genève (Switzerland). He has countless awards, such as the 1st Prize in the “Alumni-Iterpretationswettbewerbs” Competition or the 2nd Prize in the “Mrawinskij International Competition”, and scholarships, such as the Lions Club Foundation (Germany) or the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation (Russia). He has collaborated with orchestras such as the Orchester de Chambre de Genève, Finnish National Opera, Orchester de la Suisse Romande and a long etcetera. Since 2015 he has been co-principal oboe in the MusicAeterna orchestra (Teodor Currentzis). You can see his full CV below.
Graduated from ESMUC, he is a bassoonist for the Galician Symphony and has collaborated with different professional orchestras such as that of the Gran Teatre del Liceu, the Navarra Symphony, the Symphony of Vallès, the Symphony of Barcelona and National of Catalonia or RTVE. He has extensive experience in chamber music as a member of Zoar, wind quintet with which he has performed numerous concerts in Galicia as well as some performances in Catalonia, the Basque Country, Soria, Portugal and Argentina. He has also collaborated with ensembles such as the Cambra de Granollers Orchestra, Ensemble BCN216, Instrumental Group of the 20th century, Contemporary Atlantic Workshop, OSG Sinfonietta and Camerata Bocherini, among others. You can see his full CV below.
He studied clarinet and chamber music at the Conservatories of Music of Ourense, Arturo Soria and Amaniel in Madrid, where he obtained the title of Clarinet Teacher. He finished his higher studies at the Conservatories of Music in Santiago and Vigo. He is part of the orchestra of the Santiago Conservatory and the Gregorio Baudot Orchestra. He is a clarinet soloist with the Cidade Philharmonic Orchestra of Pontevedra, soloist of the Music Band of the E.N.M de Marín and clarinet teacher at the Superior Music Center of Galicia (Valga). You can read her full CV below.
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. You can read his full CV below.