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Timbal Soloist of the Paris Orchestra and Professor at the Musikene Higher Conservatory of Music of the Basque Country


He began his studies in Benimaclet and later entered the Professional Music Conservatory of Valencia. In 2010 he obtained the Superior Title of Music in the specialty of Percussion at the Superior Conservatory "Salvador Seguí" in Castellón.


Due to his great interest in perfecting and deepening the orchestral repertoire, he decided to continue his studies in Germany. In Munich, he is accepted at the "Hochschule für Musik und Theater München" under the tutelage of professors Raymond Curfs, Peter Sadlo and Franz Bach, obtaining the title of Master with Honors.


 During his training as a student, he has belonged to various youth orchestras such as the Valencia Youth Orchestra, Jeunesses Musical World Orchestra, Spain National Youth Orchestra (JONDE) and Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra (GMJO) among others.


 In 2012 he was accepted into the prestigious Karajan Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and for two years he received classes from professors Rainer Seegers and Franz Schindlbeck, in addition to collaborating regularly with that orchestra.


From 2015 to 2017 he was Solo Timpani of the Euskadi Symphony Orchestra.


 He collaborates with orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, NDR Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Munich State Opera and the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra among others.


 He is currently Solo Timpanist of the Paris Orchestra under the direction of Klaus Mäkelä and Professor at the Conservatorio Superior Musikene of the Basque Country.



Professor at Haute École de Musique de Lausanne and Guest Professor at the UDK in Berlin

Since winning the ARD competition in 2014 and receiving the Crédit Suisse Young Artist Award in 2016, Simone Rubino has been winning enthusiastic audiences both as a soloist (with the Wiener Philharmoniker and the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, among other orchestras) under the baton of maestros such as Zubin Mehta, Manfred Honeck and Tan Dun, and in his outstanding collaborations (with the Labèque sisters and Beatrice Rana, among others).


A regular guest at festivals such as the Lucerne Festival, the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival and La folle Journée (both in France and Japan), he has taken percussion from the periphery to the centre of the classical, contemporary, and even baroque scene. The idea of building a bridge – between generations, styles, ideas – is central to Simone’s creative process.


A quick glance at his discography is enough to understand how the process of juxtaposition (of the old and the new, the sacred and the profane, the ‘popular’ and the ‘refined’) underlies his diverse and daring experiments: from Bach, to Piazzolla, to John Cage, not to mention fascinating jeux d’eau and children’s choirs.


In particular, encounters and clashes between generations are the artist’s theme of choice today: namely the value and challenges posed by the dialogue between ancient and modern, fathers and sons, classical and contemporary. Furthermore, he challenges himself to bring today’s generations closer to concert halls.


A Fellow, as of February 2020, of the Borletti-Buitoni Trust, Simone has decided to dedicate the prize entirely to experimenting in this direction and to commissioning original works.


First, Il ritmo della Terra (“The Earth’s Rhythm”, 2020), conceived with Lamberto Curtoni during the first lock-down of the Covid-19 pandemic, where Simone Rubino becomes the spokesperson, through the words of the poet Mariangela Gualtieri, of a “past” humanity that rediscovers Nature (and itself) from behind the windows, in isolation, thus laying the foundations for a future humanity.


Then Little Prince, an interdisciplinary project around Saint-Exupéry’s Petit Prince that, just like Il Ritmo della Terra, requires the artist to bring his own voice to the stage in addition to his percussion instruments.


With original music by Peter Wittrich, the creation will be premiered in December 2021 at the Heidelberger Frühling.


Alongside the multi-disciplinary projects, the 2021/2022 season includes collaborations with orchestras such as the Konzerthausorchester Berlin, the Orchestra Sinfonica Giuseppe Verdi in Milan and the Kammerakademie Potsdam, under the direction, respectively, of Michael Sanderling, Kristian Jarvi and Antonello Malacorda.


Born in Turin in 1993, Simone Rubino trained at the Giuseppe Verdi conservatory in his hometown with Riccardo Balbinutti before moving to Munich to join Peter Sadlo’s class.


Since 2019, he has held a percussion chair at the Haute École de Musique de Lausanne, as well as a visiting professor chair at the Universität der Künste in Berlin.




Percussionist in the C.Valenciana Orchestra and specialist professor at the Higher Conservatory of Aragón

Currently, Ignasi Domènech works as a percussionist at the OCV Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia and as a specialist percussion teacher at the Aragon Conservatory of Music (CSMA).

He completed his higher studies at the Aragón Superior Conservatory of Music (CSMA 2009-2013) with professors César Peris, Lorenzo Ferrándiz and Francisco Inglés. Later, he moved to Maastricht (The Netherlands) where he completed a Master's degree in interpretation with Professor Raymond Curfs. At the same time, he wins the position of academician at the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Munich (2014-2017).

During his studies he participated as a percussionist in young orchestras International such as SHMFO (Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival Orchester), NJO (Neetherlands Junge Orchester) or LIO (Liubjliana International Orchestra) and receives private classes and Masterclass from teachers such as: Wieland Welzel, Gustavo Gimeno, Marinus Komst, Colin Currie, Andrew Berkley, etc.


After collaborating with different professional orchestras such as Munich Philharmonic, Rottedamm Philharmonic, NNO (Netherlands North Orchester), Valencia Orchestra or Euskadi Orchestra among others wins the position of soloist of percussion at the Süddeutsche Philharmonie Orchester Konstanz (Germany) during a year, but shortly after starting he moved to Valencia, as he began his work as a soloist assistant at the OCV.






Bassoon of the Berlin Philharmonic until 2021. Currently Concertist and guest teacher worldwide

The Israeli Bassoonist born in 1982 was from 2007 to 2021 a member of the World known Berliner Philharmoniker.

He played the Cello before starting his Bassoon lessons with Gad Lederman and Maurizio Paez.


Mor holds a Bachelor degree from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, studied at the “Hanns Eisler” Hochschule für Musik in Berlin with Prof. Klaus Thunemann and Prof. Volker Tessmann and was a scholar of the Karajan-Akademie of the Berliner Philharmoniker.


As a Scholarship holder from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, he won numerous prices, among them 1st price of the “Aviv” Competition in Tel Aviv.


Mor is a founding member of the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra under the musical direction of Daniel Barenboim, whom he often performs with.


Mor held the 1st Bassoon position at the “Orquesta del Palau de Les Arts Reina Sofia” in Valencia.

Mor is an active chamber musician, a member of Ensemble Berlin-Prag and the Philharmonisches Oktett and following his passion for early music, Mor performs on historical instruments with various Ensembles as well.

As a teacher and educator for bassoon and music, Mor is investing much of his time giving master classes worldwide, working and meeting young musicians.


Mor was a teacher at the Karajan Academy of the Berliner Philharmoniker for many years and is the leading Professor of the Bassoon studio at the Barenboim-Said Academy in Berlin. He is a professor at the Academy of Orchestral Studies in Sevilla and since 2022 he is titled “Artist in Residence” of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.

The art of performance and his inner voice are an important value, which Mor passes on to his students and colleagues.


Co-Principal Bassoon at the Liceu de Barcelona and Professor at the ESMUC and Liceu de Barcelona conservatories.


She began his bassoon studies at the professional conservatory of Lalín (Galicia) finishing her higher degree at the Conservatorio Superior del Liceo in Barcelona and took a master's degree at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich, Germany, with renowned teacher and bassoonist Dag Jensen.


She was a member of many young orchestras such as the Orquestra Xove da Sinfónica de Galicia, a member of the School of Higher Musical Studies in Santiago de Compostela, the National Youth Orchestra of Catalonia, the National Youth Orchestra of Spain, the Netherlands Youth Orchestra (NJO ), member of the Villa Musica Rheinland Pfalz Festival, of the Orchestral Academy Schleswig Holstein Musik, of the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester and member of the Academy of the Bamberger Symphoniker orchestra.


She has collaborated with orchestras such as the Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden, Symphonierochester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, WDR Sinfoniorchester Köln, Münchener Kammerochester, Scottish Chamber Orchestra or the Mozart Orchestra where she has worked under prestigious batons such as Claudio Abbado, Mariss Jansons, Herbert Blomstedt, Pavo Järvi, Gustavo Dudamel, Christoph Eschenbach, M. Honeck, Trevor Pinnock or Jonathan Nott.

She toured Europe, Japan, and China where she played in prestigious concert halls such as the Musikverein in Vienna, Berliner Philharmonie in Berlin, Het Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, BBC Proms in London, Herkulessaal in Munich, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, or the Suntory Hall in Tokyo.


Granted by the Fundació Universitària Agustí Pedro i Pons and by the Alexander Humboldt Stiftung she received first prize in the Premis extraordinaris del Liceu 2010 competition in Barcelona accrediting her as the best of her promotion, she won third prize in the 62nd edition of the prestigious and coveted contest, ARD International Music Competition 2013 held in Munich, Germany, and the BR- Klassik- Onlinepreis as the most voted performance of all categories.


As a chamber musician, she has played in different formations with renowned musicians such as Françoix Leleux, Dag Jensen, Tabea Zimmermann, Marie-Luise Neunecker among others and is also part of the chamber music group Natalia Ensemble, a guest of the Ensemble Villa Musica and at the Kammermusikfestival Eggenfelden Klassisch in Germany, regularly collaborates with the Münchener Kammerochester orchestra as principal guest bassoonist.


María José is a member of the Symphony Orchestra of the Gran Teatro del Liceo, a bassoon teacher at the Liceo Superior Conservatory of Barcelona and at the Escola Nacional de Música de Catalunya and a visiting professor at the Forum Musikae in Madrid.


María José combines her orchestral activity, chamber music and teaching with concerts as a soloist where she has played the main concerts of her instrument's repertoire accompanied by orchestras such as the Münchner Rundfunkorchester, Münchener Kammerorchester , Orquesta Sinfónica de la Radio Televisión Española, Bad Reichenhaller Philharmonie, Orchester der Schäftlarner Konzerte, Orquestra Xove de la Sinfónica de Galicia, Orquesta GAOS, Orquestra Vigo 430 , Navarra Symphony Orchestra as well as giving recitals at festivals such as Schwetzinger Südwestrundfunk Festspiele, Schwarzwald Musikfestival, Mozartfest Würzburg, Junge Künstler Festival – Stars von Morgen” in Illertissen, Junge Elite im Fürstensaal in Fulda or for Bavarian Radio (BR-Klassik). Soon he will be a soloist with the Galician Chamber Orchestra and the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra.





Clarinet soloist of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Professor at Royal College Stockholm until 2023


Icelander Hermann Stefánsson has been principal clarinet with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Stockholm Sinfonietta since 1995. He previously held the same position with the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra. Stefánsson is also a member of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Wind Quintet and the Swedish Serenade Ensemble. He has been soloist with many Swedish and non-Swedish orchestras, including the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and the Iceland Symphony Orchestra.


Hermann Stefánsson was professor at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm for 25 years, he has also served as guest professor at the Sarajevo Music Academy and the Academy of Music in Łódź and been teacher at the Malmö Academy of Music and Piteå School of Music.


Hermann has guest taught at several universities in Europe and the US and he has held numerous masterclasses in Scandinavia and Europe.


Hermann is co founder and artistic coordinator of the RSPO Orchestra Academy,  in  the board of directors of the Martin Fröst Foundation and he is a Buffet Crampon artist.



Clarinet professor in Musikene (Basque Country). Chamber music professor at the HfMT Köln.

Orchestra conductor.

José Luis Estellés embraces his artistic activity as clarinetist and orchestral conductor on a rare equal strength and combines it with a keen interest on pedagogy. Celebrated for his wide-ranging repertoire as well as his sincere and captivating interpretations, he has regularly appeared in performances together with many of today’s internationally renowned instrumentalists and singers, at festivals and concert halls throughout Europe, the USA, Mexico and Japan.


Naturally at home in chamber music repertoire, in recent times these musical collaborations have included concerts with the Orpheus, Casals, Enesco, Artis-Wien, Delian, Modigliani, Kuss, Arriaga, Yokohama, Kelemen, Jousia, Carducci, Arditti and Diotima string quartets, and pianists such as Sergey Babayan, Colom, Díaz-Jerez, Donohoe, Drake, Forsberg, Fülei, Garvayo, Gililov, Gothóni, Gutman, Hakkila, Ituarte, Ivaldi, Jokubaviciute, Kanno, Koella, Madzar, Martínez-Mehner, Moretti, Nebolsin, Okazaki, Palko, Perianes, Riera, Rosado, Salvato, Sigfridsson, Tchetuev and Zabaleta.


As a guest concerto soloist, he has appeared in partnership with conductors Swensen, Andretta, Marcon, Nesterowicz, Encinar, Pons, Colomer, Foss, Griffiths, Kantorow, Mena, Kalmar, Tabachnik, Martínez, Tchitchinadze and Davin amongst others, and with a wide range of orchestras including Asturias, Bilbao, Extremadura, Valencia, Granada, Salzburg, Sinfonia Varsovia, Comunidad de Madrid, JONDE, the Soloists of London, I Solisti di Perugia, Britten Sinfonia, etc.



E-flat Clarinet Soloist and clarinet at the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. E flat-Clarinet Professor at the Sibelius Academy

Born in Alicante, Spain, Fàtima's musical career has taken her to renowned auditoriums such as the Lincoln Center in New York, the Berliner Philharmonie and Suntory Hall in Tokyo.

She has participated in prominent international festivals, including Luosto Classic, Crusell Week, Académie musicale de Villecroze and the Pacific Music Festival. She has collaborated with renowned ensembles, including Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Tapiola Sinfonietta, Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta Simfònica de les Illes Balears, Finnish National Opera Orchestra, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and Mahler Chamber Orchestra.

As a soloist, she has premiered two Concertos for Requinto and Orchestra: that of William Neil in Santa Barbara (California) after winning the "Music Academy of the West Concerto Competition" and more recently, that of the famous Finnish composer Kalevi Aho.

Beyond classical and contemporary genres, Fàtima has explored free improvisation, electronic music and interdisciplinary arts. She extends her artistic interests to the visual realm, enjoying painting in her spare time.

Currently, she holds the position of 2nd Clarinet and Requinto Soloist of the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra and is a professor of requinto at the Sibelius Academy (University of the Arts Helsinki).


Bass clarinet in the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and teacher at Guildhall School and Royal Northern College


Ausiàs Garrigós Morant  is the solo bass clarinet and assistant clarinet of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

He is Professor of Bass Clarinet and Clarinet at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London.

He also regularly teaches masterclasses at conservatories such as the Royal College of Music in London and the Conservatori del Liceu in Barcelona.

He frequently collaborates with orchestras such as the London Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonia of London, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orquestra del Gran Teatre del Liceu, Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana, among others.

He is also a founding member of the Riot Ensemble, a group specializing in contemporary music, and artistic director of the Potries Music Fest.

He studied at the Castellón Superior Conservatory of Music, and expanded his training with the Master's degree in orchestral specialization at the Guildhall School in London with teachers Andrew Marriner, Julian Farrell, Lorenzo Iosco, Juan Estan Romero, Johannes Peitz and Francisco Javier Ros.





Principal Piccolo of the Antwerp Orchestra, Piccolo Professor in Antwerp and at the University of Graz

As piccolo solo of the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra, Peter has built up an excellent reputation as a specialist on his instrument. Since 2006 he has developed various concert programs for piccolo and piano together with pianist Stefan De Schepper. With these projects he demonstrates that the piccolo earns a spot on the concert stage as a recital instrument. For a contemporary touch, Peter asked several Flemish composers to write new works for his instrument. The next step was the realization of a series of CDs (Piccolo Tunes, The Birds!, Piccolo Polkas, La Gazza Ladra, Ma Mère l’Oye, Mighty Metamorphoses) in which the piccolo is the central instrument. For his dedication to contemporary Flemish music, Peter has been awarded the Fuga Trofee from the Union of Belgian composers in 2017.


As a piccolo specialist Peter is regularly invited to give masterclasses and piccolo recitals in European conservatories (Paris (CNSMP), London (Royal Academy), Brno, Hannover, Weimar, Tilburg, Milan …) and flute and piccolo festivals in Europe (BFS Conventions, Adams Flute Festival, International Piccolo Festival) USA (NFA Conventions in New York, Washington, Anaheim, Las Vegas, San Diego, Salt Lake City …) Columbia, Brazil, Mexico and Australia.


Peter currently teaches piccolo at his private flute studio in Bruges, at the Universität für Musik and darstellende Kunst in Graz. and at the Royal Conservatoire in Antwerp, where he developed, as the first in Europe, a piccolo master program. This unique piccolo training program has a great international reputation with students of various countries, from Belgium to Australia. Peter’s piccolo master students profile themselves by winning prizes at international piccolo competitions and working in national and international orchestras.


In cooperation with Aldo Baerten, Peter is the organizer and driving force of the International Flute Seminar Bruges, where flute and piccolo players of all ages and different levels, education and ambition are inspired and motivated through individual lessons, workshops, masterclasses and chamber music.




Flute professor at the Lisbon Higher School of Music and flute of the Gulbenkian Orchestra of Lisbon.

Awarded by the virtuoso flautist Sir James Galway with the “Rising Star 2015” award, Amalia Tortajada is one of the most outstanding flautists of her generation internationally.


In 2007, at the age of 21, she received First Prize in the “Ist Valencia Young Performers Contest”, which led her to give a flute recital at “Vanderbilt University of Nashville”, USA.


In the 2009/2010 season, when she was only 23 years old, she was flute in the “Orquestra del Palau de les Arts de Valencia” under the direction of Lorin Maazel and Zubin Mehta, also directed by Gianandrea Noseda and Valery Gergiev.


Since January 2012, Amalia is flautist at the Gulbenkian Orchestra of Lisbon, a position she holds to this day and where she develops her work with conductors such as Kirill Petrenko, Lionel Bringuier, David Zinman, Ton Koopman, Barbara Hannigan, Susana Malkki, Josep Pons, and David Afkham among others.


She is regularly a guest flute in orchestras such as “Orquesta de Valencia”, “Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville”, “Orquesta Sinfónica de Bilbao”, and first flute in the “Orquesta Sinfónica de Barcelona OBC” and “Orquestra del Gran Teatre del Liceu de Barcelona”.

Amalia has been a guest artist and has given recitals at various international music festivals such as the “James Galway Flute Festival” in Switzerland, the “IV Convention of Flutists of Spain” in Bilbao, the “II Convention of Flutists of Portugal”, the “III Bauru Flute Course” in Brazil, and the “World Music Contest” in Kerkrade. She collaborates with the composer Hardy Mertens, who has dedicated two of his works to her, the last of which premiered in July 2017 in the chamber cycle of the WMC festival in Kerkrade, in the Netherlands.

As a teacher, she carries out important pedagogical work, regularly giving master classes and improvement courses, and since 2018 she has been a flute teacher at the Lisbon Higher School of Music.

Born in Buñol (Valencia), she began her flute studies there at the age of six with Professor Abel Aldás.


She studied the Higher Degree at the “Joaquín Rodrigo” Conservatory of Music in Valencia, with professor Mª Dolores Tomás, where she finished in 2008 with Honors and received the Extraordinary Final Year Award. That same year she was selected at the Royal College of Music in London, where she continued her postgraduate studies with professors Jaime Martín, Sue Thomas and Stewart McIlwham. She received a scholarship from the Valencian Institute of Music and was awarded by the “St. Marylebone Foundation of London” she is also admitted to a training program with the London Symphony Orchestra and BBC Symphony Orchestra, working with conductors such as Valery Gergiev. She completed her Postgraduate studies in 2009 with the highest grades. During that year she was part of the RCM Symphony Orchestra as first flute, under the direction of Esa-pekka Salonen, and other young orchestras such as the “Young National Orchestra of Spain”, “Young Orchestra of the Generalitat Valenciana” and “The World Orchestra” of Jeunesses Musicales”. At the same time, she participated in master classes with flutists such as James Galway, Salvador Martinez, Vicens Prats, Jacques Zoon, Emmanuel Pahud, Kersten McCall, Robert Winn or Andreas Blau among others.


Amalia plays a 14-karat gold Brannen Cooper flute and is an ambassador for the ELEH shoe and dress brand.



Assistant Principal Flute in the ORCAM (Orchestra and Choir of the Community of Madrid)

Born in 1996 in Jerez de la Frontera, Violeta began her musical studies at the age of 9 at the CPM Joaquín Villatoro with teachers Sonia Cruz, Inmaculada Perea and Yolanda González.

In 2014 she began her higher studies at CODARTS (Rotterdam) with Juliette Hurel, Julie Moulin and Wim Steinmann, finishing Cum Laude in 2018 and being accepted at the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg, where she completed her Master's Konzertexamen studies with Mario Caroli, obtaining both diplomas with distinction.

She has been awarded in international competitions such as the Carl Nielsen International Competition in 2022, the International Flute Competition Severino Gazzelloni 2019, the AFE Competition 2014 or Andalucía Flute among others.


During her academic training, she carried out extensive solo activity with different orchestras that continues today.


She has received classes and masterclasses from flutists such as Emmanuel Pahud, Emily Beynon, Silvia Careddu, Peter-Lucas Graf, Adriana Ferreira, Andrea Oliva, Josephine Olech, Álvaro Octavio, Barthold Kuijken, among others.


She has belonged to the Young Orchestra of Córdoba, JONDE (National Young Orchestra of Spain), NJO (National Young Orchestra of Holland), EUYO (Young Orchestra of the European Union) and the JDPH (Young Orchestra of Germany), among others, working under the baton of directors such as Valery Gergiev, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Johnattan Nott, Benjamin Zander, Jukka-Pekka Saraste, Lutz Kohl and Bruno Aprea.


Since 2018 she has collaborated with professional orchestras such as the Freiburg Philharmonic Orchestra, the National Orchestra of Spain, Basel Sinfonieorchester, the Oviedo Philharmonic, the Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville, ADDA Sinfónica Alicante among others, obtaining a temporary contract at the Freiburg Philharmonic Orchestra in March 2022.


In May 2022, she won the position of Soloist Assistant at the ORCAM (Orchestra and Choir of the Community of Madrid), where she currently works, combining it with her soloist and pedagogical activity, teaching courses and masterclasses in different Higher Conservatories in Spain and as a guest professor in Young Orchestras.





Principal oboe at the Staatskapelle Berlin and adjunct professor at the Universität der Künste (UdK) Berlin.

“Spanish oboist Cristina Gómez Godoy combines technical brilliance with musical expressiveness, stunning virtuosity with artistic sensitivity and “miraculously effortless instinctiveness”. Süddeutsche Zeitung.


In February 2022 she released her debut album under Warner Classics: "Mozart and Strauss Oboe concertos" with the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra & Daniel Barenboim. Highly acclaimed by the critics, it was rated with 5-stars by the BBC Music Magazine: “Mozart and Strauss works that mesmerise the ears".


Cristina Gómez Godoy takes on the 2023-24 season with numerous exciting performances, including concerts as a soloist with the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla, and Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra. In addition, she will complete her three years-residency as a "Junge Wilde" artist at the Konzerthaus Dortmund in December 2023.


She develops an intense activity as soloist and chamber musician. Gómez made in 2019 her recital debuts at Carnegie Hall and Pierre Boulez Saal with the pianist Michail Lifits. Shortly after, she was selected by the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) as "Rising Star" for the season 2020-21.


Recent highlights include appearances as a soloist with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Festival Strings Lucerne, Saarländisches Staatsorchester, Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona and Orquesta Sinfónica de la Región de Murcia. Past solo concerts have also been held with the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo, Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, Munich Chamber Orchestra and Stettin Philharmonic Orchestra, among others.


Cristina frequently collaborates with such artists as Daniel Barenboim, Guy Braunstein, Pablo Ferrández, Mario Häring, Radek Baborak, Sophie Dervaux, Sara Ferrández, Calidore String Quartet, Streichquartett der Staatskapelle Berlin and Castalian String Quartet, at renowned festivals and halls such a Ravinia Festival(USA), Lucerne Festival, Rheingau Musik Festival, Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Liceo de Cámara XXI, East Neuk Festival, Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival, Elbphilharmonie, Paris Philharmonie, Mozarteum, Konserthuset Stockholm, Berlin Philharmonie, Sage Gateshead, Köln Philharmonie, Barbican Centre, Philharmonie Luxembourg, Müpa Budapest, Bozar Brussels, Casa da Música in Porto, L’Auditori and Palau de la Música in Barcelona, Auditorio Nacional in Madrid and Vienna Musikverein.


Born in Linares (Spain) in 1990. Her musical education took place at the conservatories of Linares, Jaén and Seville while she simultaneously joined the Academia de Estudios Orquestales of the Barenboim-Said Foundation at the early age of 14. She finished her studies at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Rostock.


She was a Prizewinner at the 60th ARD International Music Competition including the BR-Klassik Prize and at the Internationaler Instrumentalwettbewerb Markneukirchen.


In 2013, Gómez was appointed principal solo oboist of the Staatskapelle Berlin under the baton of Daniel Barenboim. Furthermore, she is since October 2015 and adjunct professor at the Universität der Künste Berlin (UdK).


Principal Oboe of the National Orchestra of Spain and Professor of the Reina Sofía School of Music

Born in Valencia, he began his oboe studies with Salvador Tudela, completing his musical training with Francisco Salanova. Later he was part of the classes of Vicente Llimerá, Lothar Koch and Hansjörg Schellenberger.


Since 1999 he has been Professor of Oboe at the National Orchestra of Spain, of which he has been soloist of Oboe since 2008. With the ONE and different European orchestras he has performed under the direction of Masters such as Yuri Termikanov, Ricardo Mutti, Kurt Sanderling, Gustavo Dudamel, Kirill Petrenko, Semyon Bychkov or Georges Prêtre, among many others, maintaining a strong solo and chamber activity as a member of ensembles such as the "Plural Ensemble", specialized in contemporary music, with which he has recorded several CDs.


 As a soloist he has performed with orchestras such as the National Youth Orchestra of Spain or the National Orchestra of Spain.


 In 2002 he was invited by the "Ravenna Festival" to be part of the "Musicians of Europe United" orchestra, composed of musicians from the best world orchestras (Berlin, Vienna, Concertgebouw, New York Philharmonic, London Symphony.. .) . Conducted by Ricardo Mutti, the orchestra performed in New York as part of the tributes to the victims of 9/11.


 In his work as a pedagogue, he has given masterclasses in different cities and conservatories in Spain and Portugal. He has also been a professor of acting at the Alfonso X el Sabio University.


 He is a professor of Oboe and orchestral improvement at the "Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía", as well as coordinator and professor of the wind department at the International Institute of Chamber Music in Madrid.


 As a science fiction and fantasy writer he has won several awards and has been published in various anthologies in Spain, Denmark, France and Japan. His first novel was published in 2013.As a science fiction and fantasy writer he has won various awards and published in various anthologies in Spain, Denmark, France, and Japan. His first novel was published in 2013.



Oboe Professor at the Iturbi Professional Conservatory of Valencia

He began his musical studies at the Primitive Band School of Llíria, with his father Vicent Llimerá, continued his studies at the Llíria Professional Conservatory of Music and finished his oboe studies at the “Joaquín Rodrigo” Superior Music Conservatory of Valencia, with Francisco Salanova, obtaining the "Honorable Mention and Final Degree Award", studies that he combines with the Composition studies with Andrés Valero-Castells in Valencia and that he later ends at the "Salvador Seguí" Superior Conservatory of Music in Castellón with Ferrer Ferran. He is Doctor Cum Laude from the Polytechnic University of Valencia in the Doctoral Program in Art: Production and Research.


​He has collaborated with the National Orchestra of Spain, the City of Barcelona and National Orchestra of Catalonia, the Valencia Orchestra, the Castelló Symphony Orchestra, the Grup Instrumental de València, the Valencia Symphony Orchestra, working with directors Gustavo Dudamel, Jordi Savall, Jirí Bêlohlávek, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, José Antonio Abreu, Manuel Galduf, Juanjo Mena, Franz Paul Decker, Lutz Köhler, Josep Pons, Jan Cober, Christian Vasquez, Pablo González, Salvador Brotons, Juan Miguel Romero, Henrie Adams and has recorded for Naxos, Radio Nacional de España, Medici TV, Catalunya Musica, Radio Nacional de Catalunya, TV3.


​As a soloist, he has performed with the Valencia Orchestra, the Barcelona Municipal Band, the Santiago de Compostela Municipal Band, the Castilla la Mancha Superior Conservatory Orchestra, the Valencia Camerata, the Valencia Polytechnic University Band, the Primitive Orchestra and Symphonic Band of Llíria, Orchestra of the Professional Conservatory of Music of Llíria playing the most representative concerts for oboe such as R. Strauss, WA Mozart, A. Pasculli, JS Bach, A. Vivaldi . As a composer he has carried out works aimed at expanding the oboe repertoire, including Studie n.1 (2012), for oboe and electronics, and Shoot (2021), for oboe and fixed media. He is also carrying out a style fusion project, which has resulted in the release of the first single, Luccio 447, and is in the process of producing a second fusion music project in the form of an album.


​He was oboe professor at the Superior Conservatory of Castilla La Mancha. Currently he is Professor of Oboe at the Iturbi Conservatory in Valencia, founding member of the Obac ensemble and the Vent a Cinc quintet, and professor of oboe and English horn (on leave) of the Barcelona Municipal Band.






Professor at the Superior Conservatory of Catalonia ESMUC

Nacho Gascón is a saxophonist who understands the classical tradition of his instrument while exploring the infinite new forms of expression that such a versatile instrument can develop.


Born in Alicante, Nacho left early to study at the prestigious University of Southern California in Los Angeles, where he was able to enjoy the rich musical atmosphere of this city. During this time, he was involved in various film recordings and at the age of 22 he made his debut with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl. Also, he received numerous awards and honors such as being the winner of the Yamaha Young Artist, USC Concerto Competition and a finalist in the Concert Artists Guild New York Competition.


As a world-renowned saxophone pedagogue, Nacho Gascón has been invited to teach at some of the most prestigious schools and universities in Europe, one of the most recent being a master class at the Royal College of London.


Currently, Nacho Gascón combines his solo and quartet career, performing with Sax 3 + 1, with teaching at the School of Music of Catalonia, in Barcelona, ​​where he teaches classes.




Professor at the Superior Conservatory of Music of Navarra

Ángel Soria is one of the most eminent musicians of his generation. His musical sensibility, his refined technique, and the deep knowledge of the repertoire of all styles, have allowed him to stand out as an international soloist and as a member of the renowned SIGMA Project saxophone quartet. His career as a saxophonist has led him to offer concerts throughout Europe, Asia and America, participating in the programming of auditoriums such as the  National Music Auditorium in Madrid, the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City , the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires or the Concert Hall of Mahidol University in Bangkok.


Among his record production, the personal project TRUTHS, the saxophone in the early XXIst Century, with the IBS label stands out Classical, in which Ángel wanted to record the most representative creations of Spanish authors from different generations such as Joan Magrané, Jesús Torres, Javier Quislant, Juan José Eslava, Alberto Posadas and Alberto Bernal. In addition, in conjunction with the SIGMA Project, he has collaborated on recordings with the Decca Classics, , Mode Records, Sigma Records, Verso, Wergo and  Col-legno labels, with groups such as Orquesta y Coro de Radio y Televisión Española or  National Orchestra of Spain.


 Together with SIGMA Project, Ángel Soria has presented more than 50 newly created works by the most important personalities in current creation worldwide. The exploration of new grammars, an essential attribute of the SIGMA Project, has allowed the development of works such as the one carried out with Alberto Posadas in his cycle of three quartets Poetics of the Labyrinth, the cycle Khôra of four quartets and microtonal accordion with José María Sánchez-Verdú or the exciting collaboration with Félix Ibarrondo for Izarbil, a work for saxophone quartet and symphony orchestra.


Ángel Soria studied at the Conservatori Superior de les Illes Balears with Andrés Gomis and Rodrigo Vila. He completed his studies with Marcus Weiss at the Hochschule für Musik Basel and the Pädagogische Hochschule FHNW, where he obtained the Master of Arts Musikalische Performance degree (2012) and Master of Arts Musikpädagogik (2014). He finished all his studies with honors and in 2014, he finished his stage as a student with the second prize in the fourth edition of the Jean-Marie Londeix Competition in Bangkok, in which he stood out for the depth of his interpretation of the traditional repertoire for saxophone.


 From 2014 to 2019, Ángel Soria was a saxophone professor at the Conservatorio Superior de Castilla y León. In 2019, he joined the Corpo de Catedráticos de Música y Artes Escénicas as saxophone professor at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Navarra.




Principal Horn of Bayerisches Rundfunk and Horn Professor at the Music University of Munich

Born in 1987 in Detmold, Carsten Carey Duffin took his first French horn lessons at the age of six, studying with hornist and teacher Jörg Schulthess – In January of 2001 he became a private student of the horn instructor and first chair player Prof. Michael Höltzel in Hamburg.


In 2004, Carsten became a junior student at the Academy of Music and the Performing Arts in Stuttgart. After graduating from the C. D. Grabbe Gymnasium in Detmold in the autumn of 2006 he became a full time student in Stuttgart.


Carsten Duffin gained concert experience in Germany, France, the Netherlands, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Mexico, Japan, and the United States. Following initial experience in regional and state-wide youth orchestras, he became a member of the German Federal Youth Orchestra as well as the Young German Philharmonic.


He acquired his first professional orchestral experience in the Concert Orchestra of Berlin under Lothar Zagrosek, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra of Berlin under Pierre Boulez and Daniel Harding and the German Symphony Orchestra of Berlin under Ingo Metzmacher as well as with the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks and the Berlin Philharmonic. In September of 2007 he became principal horn player at the Stuttgart State Opera.


In September of 2010, Carsten Duffin became solo hornist in the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, he also plays in the orchestra of the Richard Wagner festival in Bayreuth.


Carsten Duffin has made solo appearances with the Detmold Chamber Orchestra, the Amadé Chamber Orchestra, the Detmold Yough Orchestra, the NRW Orchestra Academy, the NRW State Youth Orchestra and the Bochum Symphony. In 2008/2009 he also appeared as soloist with the University Orchestra of Stuttgart as well as with the International Youth Orchestra Academy of Bayreuth and at the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival.


He also started teaching French horn as an assistant of Prof. Christian Lampert in Stuttgart from 2012 on, an in 2020 was appointed Prof. for french Horn at the University for music and theater in Munich.




Principal Horn of the Valencian Community Orchestra

Bernardo Cifres was born in Carlet. He began his musical studies at the Union Musical in his hometown, and at the age of eleven, he started his horn studies with Mr. Manuel Campos. Later, he studied with Professors Mr. J.J.Llimerá and Mr. J.Rosell. At the end of Elementary Grade, he obtained the Honorable Mention and was granted from the Fundación Santiago Lope de Valencia. He has also done courses with teachers V. Wattle, F. Burguera, J. Molnar, D. Clevenger and E. Terwilliger, with whom he has been working since 1995. He has also studied natural horn with professors J. Renteria and T. Van Der Zwart.


He has performed with the Orchestra of the Conservatory of Valencia, Camerata del Prado in Madrid, Colegium Instrumentale of Valencia, Euskadi Symphony Orchestra, Camerata Turiae Valencia, Bilbao Symphony Orchestra, Castilla y Leon Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Galicia, Granada City Orchestra, Symphony of Galicia, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Navarre Symphony Orchestra - Pablo Sarasate, Barcelona 216 Contemporary Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra of the Principality of Asturias, among others.


As a teacher, he has worked in the C.E.M. Juan Antxieta of Bilbao and at the Conservatory "Jesus Guridi" of Vitoria. Also, with Youth Orchestras as the JOGV Youth Orchestra of the Generalitat Valenciana, JONC National Youth Orchestra of Catalonia, JORCAM Youth Orchestra of the Community of Madrid, etc.


He has also taught the Master on "Analysis and Musical Performance" at the University of Oviedo. He is currently Professor of International Music Academy High Performance "Maurice André".


In August 1989, he was the principal horn in the Municipal Band of Bilbao, and from August 1990 to October 2004, he was the principal horn in the Bilbao Symphony Orchestra. In the 2005-2006 season, he was the first horn of the Navarra Symphony Orchestra - Pablo Sarasate.


He has performed with conductors such as Yaron Traub, Günter Neuhold, García Asensio, Manuel Galduf, Gilbert Varga, Ros Marbá, Enrique Diemecke, Andrass Schiff, Junichi Hirokami, Lorin Maazel, Zubin Mehta, Valery Gergiev, Vasily Petrenko, Christian Vasquez and Gianandrea Noseda, among others.


Since its founding in September 2006, he has been the principal horn of the Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Palau de les Arts "Reina Sofia".


He is currently Stomvi artist and plays with the new horn Stomvi "Titán SEIS" which he has helped develop.



Trompa solista alterno de la Orquesta de la Ópera Nacional de Finlandia

José Luis Cortell is the Principal Horn Alternating at the Finnish National Opera Orchestra since 2015. In addition, during the year 2024 he is playing as a Principal Horn at the Finnish Radio Orchestra.


In 2012 José Luis finished his Bachelor Degree in Valencia (Spain) at the “Conservatori Superior de Música Joaquín Rodrigo” with Prof. Miguel Torres. After that he completed his Master’s Degree in Frankfurt (Germany) at the “Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst” with Prof Esa Tapani.


During his studies he played Principal Horn in many Youth Orchestras such as Valencia University Orchestra “OFUV”, Spanish Youth Orchestra “JONDE”, Schleswig Holstein Musik Festival “SHMF” etc.


As a professional musician, José Luis plays regularly as guest Principal Horn in many Orchestras such as Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra etc. Before starting at the Finnish National Opera Orchestra, He held the position as Co-Principal at “Stadttheater Giessen” (Germany). Moreover, José Luis has played with other orchestras such as West-eastern Divan Orchester, Berliner Symphoniker, Orchester Kamerata Salzburg, Frankfurter Opern-Museumsorchester, Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Helsinki Philarmonik Orchestra, Orquestra del Palau de les Arts de Valencia among others.


José Luis has given Horn Masterclasses in several Music Universities: College of Music Seoul National University (South Korea), Sibelius Academy (Finland), Conservatorio Superior de Música de Castellón (Spain), Conservatorio Superior de Música de Alicante (Spain) and HfMDK Frankfurt am Main (Germany). Also, he has been Jury and artist at the Lieksa brass week 2022, International Horn Competition (Finland) and member of Lumo Quintet (Wood wind quintet) winner of 2nd prize at the 13th Lyon International Chamber Music Competition and winner of the best interpretation of the Silvestrini Wind Quintet


In 2016 José Luis founded the “Valencia International Music Festival” and he is the General Director since then.






Principal trumpet of Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra

Sebastian Berner (b. 1994), first prize Winner at the 2022 International Maurice André Competition in Paris and currently principal trumpet of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, is one of the world’s leading trumpeters of his generation. He received his first trumpet lessons at the age of 9 with Markus Klein.

Berner was a member of state and national youth orchestras in Germany and is a prizewinner from many competitions, including first prize at the 2016 “Cittá di Chieri” in Italy, second prize at the 2016 International Reinhold Friedrich Trumpet Competition in Lisbon, first prize at the 2017 International Bodensee Competition, and second prize at the 2017 Lions European Music Competition in Montreux.

From 2013-2016, Berner studied with Hannes Läubin at the Munich Hochschule for Music and Theatre. Thereafter he was a student of Reinhold Friederich from 2016-2018 at the Music Hochschule in Karlsruhe.

As a guest principal trumpet, Berner has played with orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Bamberg Symphony. He was also a member of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra from 2019-2021.

From 2018-2021 Sebastian Berner was principal trumpet of the Stuttgart State Orchestra and became principal trumpet of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony in 2022.




Principal Trumpet of the Valencian Community Orchestra

Born in Guadassuar (Valencia) in 1968, he studied music at the Valencia Higher Conservatory of Music with Vicente Prats. He has furthered his studies and participated in master classes with professors Bernard Soustrot, Maurice Benterfa, Maurice André, Pierre Thibaud and Roger del Mote.


In 1986 he won the position of assistant soloist in the Orquesta Ciutat de Barcelona. From 1990 to 2006 he is Principal Trumpet of the Valencia Orchestra.


 Currently he is principal trumpet of the Palau de les Arts Orchestra.


Professor at the Conservatory of Music of Aragon.


 In addition to his work in the Orchestra and teaching, he is an active soloist and chamber musician. He is a member of the Vesperale quartet, with whom he has recorded Claude Boling's Toot Suite on CD. As a soloist, he has performed with the Madrid Symphony Orchestra, the Lisbon Symphony Orchestra, the City of Granada, the Collegium Instrumentale, the Moscow Virtuosi, the Reina Sofía Orchestra of Madrid and Valencia, with which, apart from interpreting different repertoires, he premiered in 1991 the concert for Trumpet and Orchestra of Armando Blanquer.


He usually participates in Chamber Music cycles in different auditoriums in Spain and abroad and gives master classes.


He works with Youth Orchestras preparing the trumpet section.


He is a regular collaborator with the Joaquín Rodrigo Chamber Orchestra, Orquesta les Arts, Cadaqués Orchestra, Mediterrani Symphony Orchestra, Collegium Instrumentale and the Stresa Festival Orchestra (Italy).


 He is also a professor at ESMAR.






Trombone professor at the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg and the Paris Conservatory

Upon winning first prize in the ARD International Music Competition, Fabrice Millischer is recognised as one of the most gifted contemporary trombone players in Europe. The 28-year-old is to date the first and only winner of this challenging competition in the category of trombone. He is well known not only among professional musicians, but also among those fond of classical music in general.


Millischer started his musical education at the Conservatoire of Toulouse. Exposed to music since childhood, his love for music started with the piano, turned to the cello and ultimately to the trombone. He studied both instruments at the Conservatory of Toulouse and obtained highest marks on his graduation exams. Yet undecided between cello and trombone, he entered the CNSMD of Lyon where he took master classes on the trombone with Michel Becquet and Alain Manfrin and on the sackbut with Daniel Lassalle. At the same time, he continued his education on the cello at the CNSMD of Paris, taught by Philippe Muller, Roland Pidoux and Xavier Philips.


In 2006 Millischer formed the quartet called “Quartbone” with Aurélien Honoré, Jean-Philippe Navrez and Fabien Dornic. The “Quartbone” devoted its work to the topic of the development of the trombone from the Baroque period until the present.


Fabrice Millischer is frequently on tour with such famous Baroque groups as “Le Concert de Nations” under the direction of Jordi Savall, “Sasqueboutiers” conducted by Daniel Lassalle and Jean-Pierre Canihac, and “Insula Orchestra” by Laurence Equilbey.


A soloist in frequent demand, he has been invited to play with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, the State Hermitage Orchestra in St. Petersburg, the National Orchestra of the Capitol in Toulouse, the Symphony Orchestra in Cannes and the Ukrainian National Orchestra. On his tours Millischer has visited Washington, Beijing, Tokio, Seoul, Munich, Geneva and Paris (to name a few) and has participated in festivals devoted to brass instruments (e.g. the Eastern Trombone Workshop, the Epsival, the Cuivres en Dombes, the Limoux Cuivrée Spéciale).


Since 2008 Fabrice Millischer has been solo trombonist with the German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra Saarbrücken/Kaiserslautern.


Taking a great interest in the music of our time, he has contributed to the creation of a number of works for the trombone. Many contemporary musical pieces have been composed and dedicated to Fabrice Millischer: “Trombone Concerto for Trombone and Brass Ensemble” by Jean Guillou, “Trombone Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra” by Patrick Burgan (referred to as “La chute de Lucifer”), “Libretto” by Etienne Perruchon and “L’appel sauvage” by Alain Celo.


Besides winning the first prize in the ARD International Music Competition in Munich, he has also been laureated in other international competitions for the trombone: Budapest (2005) and the competition of Sacqueboute in Toulouse (2006). Since 2009 he has been an active participant in the“Déclic” Programme of the AFAA (Association française d’action artistique) which promotes young talents. Also, in 2009 he was awarded the Silver Medal of the Academy of Arts and Letters.


In 2011 Millischer became the first trombonist to be awarded the first prize in the category “Revelation Instrumental Soloist” by the “Victoires de la Musique Classique.” In the same year, he was recognized by the prestigious Académie Charles-Cros (Charles Cros Academy) with its grand prize.


Despite his young age, Fabrice Millischer is a highly sought Professor of Trombone. In 2008 he taught at the Conservatoire Paul Dukas in Paris and in 2009 he became Professor of Trombone at the Hochschule für Music Saar (Saarland College of Music). This made him the youngest professor for trombone in Germany. Moreover, he is regularly invited to give master classes in France and Europe as well as in other parts of the world: in Washington, Beijing, Quebec.


Fabrice Millischer is currently Professor of Trombone at the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg (Freiburg Conservatory of Music) and at the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse” of Paris.


Fabrice Millischer is presently working with Antoine Courtois Paris and plays the Legend 420 NSBHST.


“Fabrice Millischer:

One of the most complete and talented trombonists of the young generation.”




Principal trombone of the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin

Roberto de la Guía is the Solo Trombonist of the Konzerthausorchester Berlin, former member of the “Karajan-Akademie der Berliner Philharmoniker”, Third Prize winner of the ARD International Music Competition Munich 2022, Third Prize winner of the International Music Competition “Città di Porcia” Pordenone 2023 and Fist Prize winner of the Michel Becquet International Trombone Competition Luxembourg 2023.


Roberto was born in 1995 in Albacete, Spain. He began playing trombone when he was 8 at the “Real Conservatorio de Música y Danza de Albacete” under the tutelage of Miguel Antonio Gonzalez. In 2017 he was granted a scholarship by the Brass Academy Alicante. He graduated in 2018 from the “Conservatorio Superior de Música de Castilla La Mancha” in Albacete. During his Bachelor degree he took part in the Erasmus Exchange Programme with Fabrice Millischer at the Freiburg Musikhochschule, where he won the Helene-Rosenberg-Stiftung. From 2019 he studied his Master degree at the Freiburg Musikhochschule with Fabrice Millischer and graduated in 2023.


From 2018 until 2021 Roberto was working as a member of the Spanish Military Wind Orchestra, from 2022 to 2023 he was the solo trombonist with the Wuppertal Sinfonieorchester, and from 2023 he is the solo trombonist with the Konzerthausorchester Berlin. Besides regular concerts with his orchestra, he is performing frequently as guest solo trombonist with many orchestras such as the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Spanish Radio Television Symphony Orchestra or Baden-Baden Philharmonic Orchestra. Apart of that he is also frequently invited for Masterclasses and to play as soloist in festivals such as the Numskull Brass Festival or the Rheingau Musik Festival.


Roberto is also prize winner of the IPV International Trombone Competition Saarbrucken (2020) and the International Aeolus Competition Düsseldorf (2023).


He is fortunate enough to have been a member of the Karajan-Akademie der Berliner Philharmoniker from 2021 until 2022, under the mentorship of Thomas Leyendecker, being able to play with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and with conductors such as Oksana Lyniv, Tugan Sokhiev, Matthias Pintscher,

Adam Fischer, or Zubin Mehta among others.


In addition to this, he gained valuable orchestral experience as a member of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie,

Extremadura Youth Orchestra, or Castilla La Mancha Youth Orchestra.or the Young Orchestra of Castilla La Mancha.




Professor of Cello at the Hochschule für Musik, Carl Maria von Weber from Dresden and Principal Cello at the DSO Orchestra in Berlin


Praised by the Süddeutsche Zeitung for his “glowing, distinctive and exciting masculine tone as one of the great cello-talents of our time” (Süddeutsche Zeitung, 15.10.2013), cellist Valentin Radutiu was born in Munich and received his first cello lessons from his father at the age of six. He later studied in Salzburg, Vienna and Berlin with Clemens Hagen, Heinrich Schiff und David Geringas.


Valentin Radutiu has performed as a soloist with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, the Deutsche Radiophilharmonie Saarbrücken, the Symphony Orchestras of the MDR Leipzig and the SWR Stuttgart, Münchener Kammerorchester, Camerata Salzburg, the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, Bucharest’s Filarmonica Enescu and the Radio-Symphony-Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Opéra de Marseille, the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Württembergisches Kammerorchester Heilbronn, Prague Philharmonia, Stuttgarter Kammerorchester, and the World Youth Symphony Orchestra and has appeared at

the Berliner Philharmonie, Munich's Prinzregententheater, Philharmonie and Herkulessaal, the Konzerthaus Berlin, Philharmonic Hall Riga, Konserthuset Stockholm, Bucharest Atheneum, Palais des Beaux Arts Bruxelles, Hong Kong City Hall, and has partnered with conductors such as Lawrence Foster, Ruben Gazarian, Gustavo Gimeno, Pablo Gonzalez, Stanislaw Kochanowski, Cristian Macelaru, Jérémie Rhorer, Leoš Svárovsky und Robin Ticciati.

He has been heard at numerous festivals, including the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Heidelberger Frühling, Cellobiennale Amsterdam, Honk Kong Arts Festival, SoNoRo, Fürstensaal Classix, Klangspuren Tirol.


His chamber music partners include the Hagen-Quartett, Evgeni Bozhanov, Ib Hausmann, Diana Ketler, Alissa Margulis, Igor Ozim, Alina Pogostkina, Razvan Popovici, Per Rundberg, Alexander Stikovetsky, Rolando Villazón, the Schumann-Quartet and the 12 cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic.


Radutiu has released several CD recordings: In addition to the 2011 debut CD an album with French works by Lalo, Ravel and Magnard is available; the 2014 release of the complete works for cello and piano by George Enescu with Per Rundberg was praised by critics as a benchmark recording (Haenssler Classic). Radutiu’s intensive collaboration with the composer and conductor Peter Ruzicka is documented by his premier recording of Ruzicka's cello concerto and cello chamber music. In 2015, Radutiu’s album „Remembering the rain “with jazz pianist Benjamin Schaefer was released, most recently a CD with the Württembergisches Kammerorchester Heilbronn and cello concertos by Haydn, Janson, and Christian Bach.


Since 2019, Valentin Radutiu holds the position of principal cellist of the Deutsches

Symphonie-Orchester Berlin. 2021 he has been appointed professor of cello at the Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber Dresden. Radutiu plays a cello made by Francesco Ruggieri (Cremona, 1686).




Violoncello co-principal of the Valencian Community Orchestra


Polish cellist Rafal Jezierski studied on a full scholarship at the Juilliard School and Manhattan School of Music in New York. He was also selected to participate in master classes with Mstislav Rostropovich, Yo-Yo Ma, Janos Starker and Lynn Harrell.

He is cello co-soloist of the Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana, where he works regularly with Maestros such as Lorin Maazel and Zubin Mehta.

He has played as a soloist with orchestras such as Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana (Lorin Maazel), The Jeunesses Musicales (Robert Satanowski) or Manhattan School of Music Symphony (George Manahan).

His experience in chamber music includes performances at some of the most important festivals in the world such as the Rossini Festival in Pesaro, the Due Mundi Festival in Spoleto, Festival del Mediterrani (Valencia), Music Festival of the Hamptons or Norfolk Festival.

He has performed alongside artists such as Pinchas Zukerman, Lukas Foss, Isidore Cohen, Eugene Drucker, Mikhail Kopelman and Anne Marie McDermott.


In addition, he has worked with composers such as Lorin Maazel (The Giving Tree), Gian Carlo Menotti (Suite for Two Cellos and Piano) and Ned Rorem (Spring Music for Trio). He is a winner of the “Lotos Club Foundation Prize in the Arts”, 32nd Artists International Auditions, Eisenberg Concerto Competitio, Interlochen Arts Academy and Manhattan School of Music Concerto Competitions.

Critics have highlighted it on numerous occasions, stating on the occasion of the performance of The Giving Tree by Maazel in Valencia: "Special mention for the cellist Rafal Jeziersky (sic), who perfectly translated the notes that personify the tree in The Giving Tree" (J. Guzmán: ABC, March 3, 2011).

His solos can be heard on the albums Recital by Erwin Schrott (Decca) and Voices by Tarik O'Reagan (Collegium Records). Since 2007 he has been a guest professor of the masterclasses organized by the Professional Conservatory of Music of Valencia (SIM).


Since 2012 he has formed a duo with the Valencian pianist Carles Marín.




Assistant Solo Cellist in the Extremadura Orchestra

Since his debut as a soloist at the age of 16, his sensitivity, his ability to connect emotionally with the audience and the honesty and integrity of his performances have made David Barona one of the most valued cellists of his generation.

Vitalist and versatile, he stands out both in his performances as a soloist with orchestra and as a chamber musician in various ensembles, offering recitals with a wide repertoire that ranges from baroque to the most avant-garde music.


After receiving a scholarship from Ibercaja, the Government of Aragon and the Valencian Institute of Music, receive advice from Arto Noras, Cristophe Coin, Philippe Muller, Xavier Gagnepain, Luwdig Quant, Alain Menuer, Mariano García, David Apellaniz, Mayte García, Michal Dmochowski, Kazimierz Michalik, Arnau Tomas, Young Chahg Cho, Cuarteto Casals, Cuarteto Quiroga y Kennedy Moretti.

He has given concerts in Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Holland, Austria, Bulgaria, Belgium, Portugal, and Latin America, in such prestigious venues as the Musikverein of Vienna, the National Auditorium of Spain, the Zaragoza Auditorium, the Castellón Auditorium, the Palau de the Music of Valencia, Teatro Monumental in Madrid, the Sala Ma Cristina in Malaga, Gran Teatro del Liceo or Auditorio de Galicia.

He is winner of the 7th “Luis Ayllon” Soloist Competition in Buñol, 1st in the National Competition for young performers “Ciutat de Lliria”, 1st in the Malaga International Music Competition, 1st Prize in the “Higini Angles” Chamber Music Competition ” from the Provincial Council of Tarragona, 1st Prize and special mention in the L'Arjau International Chamber Music Competition of the Liceo of Barcelona, ​​2nd Prize in the Villa de Cox International Music Competition in Alicante and 1st Prize in the International Music Competition from Cámara de les Corts (Barcelona).


He has been invited to collaborate regularly with the Valencia Orchestra, Orquesta  City of Granada, Cadaqués Orchestra, ORTVE Spanish Radio Television Orchestra, Mediterranean Orchestra, Castellón Symphony Orchestra, Albacete Orchestra, Benicasim Opera Lyric Festival Orchestra, BCN 216 instrumental group, Barcelona Liceo Opera, Camerata de Aragón, Orquesta Camerata Siglo XXI and Schubert Ensemble among others.


He has collaborated with leading world figures such as Wenzel Fuchs, Maurice André, Christian Limberg, Franco Petracchi, Terwilliger, Stefano Canuti, Ara Malikian, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Lucas Macías, Jaime Martín, Sir Neville Marriner, Carlos Kalmar, Nacho de Paz, Thomas Dausgaard, Walter Weller or Jan Eric Gustafsson.


David Barona plays a German cello built in 1740 by Sympertus Niggel.


He is currently Assistant Soloist in the Extremadura Orchestra.





Viola professor at the Mozarteum in Salzburg (Austria) and at the Hochschule für Musik Trossingen (Germany)

American-Iranian Violist Muriel Razavi (*1992 in Freiburg) is in great demand as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral musician in the baroque as well as in the contemporary music field.


Beginning in the winter semester 2023/2024 she will start teaching as Professor for Viola at the University Mozarteum Salzburg and at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Trossingen.

She is currently enrolled in a doctoral program ( at the Hamburg University of Music and Theatre under the artistic supervision of Daniel Barenboim, where she is conducting research on Re-Orientalism in Music. In the last years Muriel has been working on special concert designs and formats with music by Iranian composers of contemporary classical music from the “Iranian Female Composers Association” and commissioned the Viola Concerto “her path through clay and silk” composed by Golfam Khayam. In 2022 she received the “award for an outstanding program with special societal relevance” for her Viola Solo performance “ancient eve is once again offering apples” at the Dbü-Competition. In the season 22/23 she performed her program at the Ultraschallfestival Berlin and the Heidelberger Frühling Music Festival.


Ms. Razavi is a first prize winner of the international “Washington String Competition” (Washington D.C. 2018) and award winner of the international competitions “Michael Spisak” (Katowice, 2017) and “Città di Cremona” at the 43. international Viola Conference (Cremona, 2016). She has played at numerous festivals, including the “Seiji Ozawa International Academy Switzerland”, the Schleswig-Holstein Festival, the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, the Rheingau Music Festival, the Stavelot Festival in Belgium, the Yeosu Festival in South Korea and the Musicales de Frutillar in Chile, where she also taught a masterclass.


Regular international concert tours, i.a. as Principal - Viola, with the Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, the MDR Symphony Orchestra and the West Eastern Divan Orchestra, conducted by Daniel Barenboim as well substitutional work at Germany’s most notable symphony orchestras supplement her widely diversified musical activities. Her chamber music partners include Baiba Skride, Kian Soltani, Tobias Feldmann, Harriet Krijgh and Frank Braley. She is a member of the Ensemble “Mutter´s Virtuosi” under the artistic leadership of Violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter.


She studied with renowned musicians such as Prof. Tabea Zimmermann, Prof. Nils Mönkemeyer and Prof. Tatjana Masurenko. In 2019 she completed her Master’s Degree with honors under Professor Wilfried Strehle at the Universität der Künste in Berlin.

As a baroque Violist she deepened her knowledge of historical performance practice with the “Balthasar Neumann Ensemble” under the direction of Thomas Hengelbrock, the “Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in London, the “Il pomo d’oro” Ensemble and the “Le Concert Olympique” Orchestra in Belgium.


Since 2021 has taken on an honorary mentorship in the Mentoring Arts Program at the University for Music and Theater in Leipzig, preparing students for their careers in the field of music.


Ms. Razavi performs on a French viola built for her by the luthier Patrick Robin and an Alemannic baroque viola from Dorothea van der Woerd.

Besides her musical studies she has also completed a Bachelor’s Degree in “The History and Culture of the Middle East – Iranian Studies”  at the Freie Universität Berlin as well as a Master’s Degree in “Religion and Culture” at the Humboldt University in Berlin.




Professor at the José Iturbi Conservatory of Valencia and international artist

One of the most notable violists of his generation, recognized nationally and internationally as winner of first viola awards.

David Fons studied with Vicente Ortiz, Luis Roig, Luis Llacer, Jesse Levine and Wilfried Strehle.

He has played in orchestras such as OSN, OCV, RTVE, Royal Opera House or Collegium Instrumentale has been able to work with teachers such as F. Ayo, N.Chumachenco, Y. Menuhin, V. Ashkenazy, Z. Mehta, FX Roth or N. Luisotti among others.


Fons has participated in countless of the most prominent chamber music festivals in Europe and Latin America, as a member of the Capriccio Trío, Palomares-Fons duo, Trío Acento, Viola Sings Dúo and as a collaborator of the Beethoven Klavier Quartett, Ensemble de Cadaqués and V430.


A well-versed soloist, he has performed in the auditoriums of Zaragoza, Vigo, Badajoz and Valencia, among others, alongside directors and soloists such as Cristóbal Soler, Beatriz Fernández, Jesse Levine, Vasko Vassilev and Franco Petrachi, performing part of the great repertoire for viola and orchestra of the teachers W. Walton, K Pendercki, W. Williams or P. Hindemith.


In January 2019 he presented his first album “Viola Oppression”, which contains the sonatas of R. Clarke and D. Shostakovich, and in 2022 he participated in the recording of the Naxos label performing the Concertino for viola, piano and string orchestra by Eduardo Grau.


Out of the concern to disseminate the repertoire for viola, he premiered in Spain Agustí Borgunyó's Suite for viola and orchestra, and new repertoire is dedicated to him, such as the concerto for viola and orchestra, written by the composer Javier Costa, “De solitude sonando”.


David uses a 1954 Giacommo e Leandro Bisiach viola.



Viola professor at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Aragón

Praised for “the quality of her sound” and her “musical and interpretative ability” (El Primer Palau, 2020), Spanish Cristina Cordero is establishing herself as a versatile violist, sought-after as both soloist and chamber musician.


She is a top prizewinner of several international competitions, including the First Prize and Juventudes Musicales de España Award at the El Primer Palau competition, the First Prize at the International Chamber Music Competition Gerhard Vogt, the First Prize at the VI Cidade Vigo National Viola Competition, the First Prize at the I Spanish Viola National Association Competition, and the Second Prize at the II OFMAN International Musical Performance String Competition.


With a great passion for chamber music, Cristina has taken part in prestigious festivals such as Verbier Festival, Schloss Elmau Festival, La Rioja Festival, Festival Emergents, Eggenfelden Klassisch and Krzyzowa-Music, and performs regularly as part of string quartets and other chamber ensembles around Europe. She has also performed as a soloist with orchestras, such as Barcelona Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta Filarmónica de Castilla La Mancha, Orquesta de Cámara Andrés Segovia, and Orquesta Sinfónica Freixenet, and gives frequent solo appearances in some of the most important halls in her homeland such as Teatro Real, Palau de la Música Catalana, L’Auditori, Auditorio Príncipe Felipe, and Auditorio Nacional.


Her creative spirit has led her to find new ways to broaden her instrument’s repertoire and to bring original ideas to the modern audiences, taking part in Romeo & Juliet: a Story in Music. This unique project combines Prokofiev’s Romeo & Juliet ballet music with Shakespeare’s story in an unconventional viola and piano recital, both played and narrated by pianist Juan Barahona and violist Cristina Cordero.


Born in Madrid in 1998, she started taking viola lessons at a very young age with Alan Kovacs, and continued her studies with Diemut Poppen at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid. She subsequently earned her Bachelor’s degree in 2020 from the University of Music and Performing Arts in Munich under the tutelage of Hariolf Schlichtig. Since then, she has been studying back at the ESMRS in Madrid with Nobuko Imai. Other influential mentors include professors Jonathan Brown, Wenting Kang and Heime Müller. Her studies have been genererously supported by Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, Fundación Albéniz, AIE Society of Artists and Juventudes Musicales de Madrid.


Cristina is a viola professor at Conservatorio Superior de Música de Aragón (Zaragoza, ES) and Escuela Superior de Música Forum Musikae (Madrid, ES).






Violin professor at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy in Leipzig

Praised by the telegraph as a “real discovery” and for his “ravishing, unspotted lyricism”, german violinist tobias feldmann is one of the most interesting musical personalities of his generation. His multifaceted performances are characterized by stylistic versatility, strong stage presence and emotional depth.


Concerto highlights in the 2023-24 season include return invitations to the bbc philharmonic (gubaidulina violin concerto no. 2), bournemouth symphony (brahms) and debut at the pohang international music festival as recitalist and in chamber music partnerships. Tobias will also return to the uppsala chamber orchestra (bartok 1) and staatskapelle halle (mendelssohn). In recital, tobias will make his debut at the wigmore hall, london.


A laureate of the International Queen Elisabeth Competition, German Music Competition and Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition, recent concerto highlights for Tobias have included performances with Minnesota Orchestra, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, WDR Sinfonieorchester, NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover, Orquestra Simfonica de Barcelona, BBC Scottish Symphony, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Bournemouth Symphony, Helsinki Philharmonic, Tampere Philharmonic, Uppsala Chamber Orchestra, Residentie Orkest Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra and Ensemble Resonanz, Moscow State Symphony, Brussels Philharmonic, Utah Symphony, Orchestre Symphonique de Québec; collaborating with Nathalie Stutzmann, David Afkham, Gemma New, Eivind Aadland, John Storgårds, Nicholas Collon, Lorenzo Viotti, Reinhard Goebel, Fabien Gabel, Joana Mallwitz and Marin Alsop amongst others.


An avid chamber musician, Tobias has performed at the Wiener Konzerthaus, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Schubertiade Schwarzenberg, Vinterfest, Rheingau and Lockenhaus festivals, partnering with Martin Helmchen, Timothy Ridout, Kian Soltani, Christian Tetzlaff, Nicolas Altstaedt, Jean-Guihen Queyras and Tabea Zimmermann in addition to regular trio performances with Lise Berthaud and Julian Steckel.


Tobias’ discography includes recordings for GENUIN and Alpha Classics, most recently with violin concertos by Sibelius and Rautavaara recorded with the Orchestre Philharmonique Royale de Liège conducted by Jean-Jacques Kantorow.


Born in 1991 in Fulda, Germany, Tobias Feldmann received his first violin lessons at the age of seven before being accepted into the advanced class of Musikhochschule Würzburg at the age of eight. He then completed his studies in Berlin at the Musikhochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” with Antje Weithaas. At age of 26, Tobias was appointed as a professor at the Hochschule für Musik Würzburg making him one of the youngest professors in the history of Germany. At the invitation of the Berliner Philharmoniker, Tobias has performed as guest first concertmaster and since October 2022 has been professor at the renowned Hochschule für Musik und Theater “Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdyin” Leipzig, Germany.



Violin professor at the Katarina Gurska Higher Education Center, assistant professor at the Reina Sofía Higher School of Music. Concertmaster of the National Orchestra of Spain until 2011

He was born in Novosibirsk (USSR) into a family of engineers. He began studying violin at the age of four, from 1967 to 1980 he studied with Galina Turchaninova. In 1977 Sergey obtained the Diploma at the Russian Violinist Competition in Kazan and in 1979 he obtained the First Prize at the Wieniawsky Young Violinist Competition in Lublin (Poland). Between 1980 and 1982 he studied in kyiv (Ukraine) with Olga Parkhomenko. Between 1982 and 1986 he finished his studies at the Gnesin Conservatory in Moscow with Vladimir Spivakov and Valentin Berlinski.

In 1986 he joined the Moscow Virtuosi orchestra. In this same year, he wins First Prize in the International Competition of the Academy of Musical Arts of Tours, France. He works in «Moscow Virtuosi» until December 1993, performing on tours in countries in Asia, North America, South America, and Europe. In 1990, Sergey moved to Spain with said orchestra, invited by His Majesty the Kings of Spain. From January 1994 until 2002 he held the position of concertmaster of the Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville. In 1998 he created the Chamber Orchestra of the Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville. From 2002 to 2012 Sergey was concertmaster of the National Orchestra of Spain.

He has performed as a soloist with orchestras such as "Moscow Virtuosi", Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville, Symphony Orchestra of the Region of Murcia, Symphony Orchestra of Castilla La Mancha (Valladolid), Symphony Orchestra of Córdoba (Andalusia), National Orchestra of Spain, Orchestra Mozarteum of Salzburg, English Chamber Orchestra, among others. As a soloist he has performed the works of Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Bottesini, Berg, Szymanowski, Martinu, Harrison, Milhaud, Dutilleux, Bernstein, Schnittke and Adams with conductors such as Vjekoslav Sutej, Klaus Weise, Alain Lombard, Shuntaro Sato , Marc Soustrot, Ilan Volkov.


He has been guest concertmaster in the Galicia Symphony Orchestra (A Coruña), Real Filharmonia de Galicia (Santiago de Compostela), Symphony Orchestra of the Region of Murcia, Tenerife Symphony Orchestra, Gran Canaria Symphony Orchestra, Bilbao Symphony Orchestra, Madrid Symphony (Teatro Real), Valencia Community Orchestra (Palau de les Arts, Valencia Opera), «New European Strings», «I Fiaminghi» and Orchester National d'Ile-de-France.

He has worked with orchestra conductors such as Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Jesús López Cobos, George Pehlivanian, David Shallon, S'orno Mintz, Christian Badea, Alain Lombard, Loor Bolton, Vladimir Spivakov, Yuri Temirkánov, Yehudi Menuhin, Krzysztof Penderecki, Dmitry Sitkovetsky , Bobby McFerrin, David Atherton, Philippe Herreweghe, Leonard Slatkin, Semion Bychkov, among others.

He has participated in festivals such as Colmar (France), Dar-Es-Salaam (Tanzania), "Promenade" in Oldenburg (Germany), "Tuscan Sun" in Costoso (Italy), the Santander International Festival and the Spanish Music Festival of León (Spain).

He has been a guest professor in the Young Orchestra of the Region of Murcia, in the Young Orchestra of Andalusia, Young Orchestra of Castilla-La Mancha, Young Orchestra of the Community of Madrid, Young Orchestra of Spain, as well as in different improvement courses in Spain, Colombia and Germany.


Between 2009 and 2019, Sergey has been a professor at the Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid. From 2010 to the present, he is a professor at the Katarina Gurska Higher Education Center and since 2012 he is an assistant professor in the Marco Rizzi Chair at the Reina Sofía Higher School of Music.




Violin of the Valencian Community Orchestra

Inés Romaguera Lara finishes her higher education at the Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid, obtaining the Extraordinary Final Degree Award and the Honor Award from the Conservatory of Madrid. She later moved to Basel to complete a Master's degree in performance at the Hochschule für Musik Basel with Rainer Schmidt, and she also has a Master's degree in Musical Performance and Research from the International University of Valencia with Fabio Biondi.


With an extensive orchestral career, she has been a member of young orchestras such as EUYO, GMJO, JONDE, Schleswig-Holstein Festival and Gstaad Menuhin Festival, where she has held positions as concertmaster and second violin soloist.


She has been an academician of the National Orchestra of Spain and the Sinfonieorchester Basel, regularly participating in tours and concerts. She has been a finalist and winner of several chamber music competitions, standing out for her artistic excellence.


Scholarship holder from the BBVA foundation and the Valencian Institute of Culture of the Generalitat Valencian “CulturArts”.


Currently, she is a regular member of the Valencian Community Orchestra of the Palau de Les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia and plays regularly with the violinist Fabio Biondi in the group Europa Galante, with whom she has made several recordings.

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