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  • Íñigo Azurmendi
    Íñigo Azurmendi
  • Víctor Lorente Ruíz
    Víctor Lorente Ruíz
  • Patricia Sánchez
    Patricia Sánchez
  • Mario Seoane
    Mario Seoane
  • Manuel Varela
    Manuel Varela
  • Mª Paz Pita
    Mª Paz Pita
  • Julián Rodríguez Rodríguez
    Julián Rodríguez Rodríguez
  • Emilio Lede
    Emilio Lede
  • Antonio Peña
    Antonio Peña
  • Marta Sancho
    Marta Sancho
  • Ana Herraiz
    Ana Herraiz
  • Aída Cruz Estévez
    Aída Cruz Estévez
  • Fernando Llorca
    Fernando Llorca
  • Joaquín L. García
    Joaquín L. García
  • Bleuenn Le Friec
    Bleuenn Le Friec
  • Fernando Fraga
    Fernando Fraga
  • Héctor E. Santos
    Héctor E. Santos
  • Angel Rodríguez
    Angel Rodríguez
  • Diego Segade
    Diego Segade
  • Pablo Coello
    Pablo Coello
  • Julio Cabo
    Julio Cabo
  • Graciela Mª López
    Graciela Mª López
  • Gonzalo Sánchez
    Gonzalo Sánchez
  • Andrés Vales
    Andrés Vales
  • Aída Lozano
    Aída Lozano
  • Iago Ríos
    Iago Ríos
  • Arturo Centelles
    Arturo Centelles
  • Pablo Coello
    Pablo Coello
  • Narciso Pillo
    Narciso Pillo
  • Yolanda Montserrat
    Yolanda Montserrat
  • Ricardo Blanco
    Ricardo Blanco
  • Pedro F. Roque
    Pedro F. Roque
  • Pablo J. Ferreño
    Pablo J. Ferreño
  • Lorenzo de los Santos
    Lorenzo de los Santos
  • Laura M. Díaz
    Laura M. Díaz
  • Gabriel López
    Gabriel López
  • Alicia González
    Alicia González
  • Rosa Mª García
    Rosa Mª García
  • Julio Mourenza
    Julio Mourenza
  • José Manuel Yáñez
    José Manuel Yáñez
  • Jorge Briones
    Jorge Briones
  • Javier Ares
    Javier Ares
  • Elisa Timiraos
    Elisa Timiraos
  • Pilar García
    Pilar García
  • Luis M. Sobrevela
    Luis M. Sobrevela
  • Tomás Sánchez
    Tomás Sánchez
  • Adriana C. García
    Adriana C. García
  • Jesús Coello
    Jesús Coello
  • Ismael Vaquero
    Ismael Vaquero
  • Sergio Añón
    Sergio Añón
  • Pablo Ruibal
    Pablo Ruibal
  • José Crisanto
    José Crisanto
  • Jesús Coello
    Jesús Coello
  • Traugott G. Grasser
    Traugott G. Grasser
  • Roberto Somoza
    Roberto Somoza
  • Hansel Luis
    Hansel Luis
  • Alberto M. Conde
    Alberto M. Conde
  • Pilar Cancio
    Pilar Cancio
  • Pablo Sabio
    Pablo Sabio
  • Pablo Galdo
    Pablo Galdo
  • Noemí Salomón
    Noemí Salomón
  • Matilde Rubio
    Matilde Rubio
  • Leticia Presa
    Leticia Presa
  • Rodolfo García
    Rodolfo García
  • Marcelino Galán
    Marcelino Galán
  • Francisco J. Eiras
    Francisco J. Eiras
  • Eulogio Albalat
    Eulogio Albalat
  • Julio Cabo
    Julio Cabo
  • César Concheiro
    César Concheiro
  • Graciela Mª López
    Graciela Mª López
  • José Baldomir
    José Baldomir
  • Fernando V. Arias
    Fernando V. Arias
  • Diego Segade
    Diego Segade
  • Diego Segade
    Diego Segade
  • Carolina Landriscini
    Carolina Landriscini
  • Beatriz Rodríguez
    Beatriz Rodríguez
  • Angel Rodríguez
    Angel Rodríguez
  • Ana Ávalos
    Ana Ávalos
  • Nerea Casanova
    Nerea Casanova
  • Julián Rodríguez Rodríguez
    Julián Rodríguez Rodríguez
  • Emilio Lede
    Emilio Lede
  • Ana Herraiz
    Ana Herraiz
  • Adriana C. García
    Adriana C. García

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Íñigo Azurmendi
Víctor Lorente Ruíz
Patricia Sánchez
Mario Seoane
Manuel Varela
Mª Paz Pita

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Julián Rodríguez Rodríguez
Emilio Lede

Emilio Lede Abal was born in Barro (Pontevedra) and began his musical studies at the hands of his father. He studied piano and oboe, later composition with Joám Trillo –who awakens his interest in analysis– and finally musicology.

Has written articles for magazines RelafareCuatro42Diapente, Sul Ponticello y Sexto Orden, has given lectures at the CGAC in Santiago de Compostela, at the Coruña Museum of Fine Arts, at the art gallery Lilliput, at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Vigo and at the Faculty of Fine Arts of Pontevedra, has taught courses at the MARCO of Vigo, in the Professional Conservatory of Santiago, in the Superior of Vigo and in the ESMAE from Porto, and in 2012 he published the book Musical analysis and guide for interpretation. Partita for solo flute BWV 1013 by J. S. Bach. Sonata for solo flute by C. Ph. E. Bach (Dos Chordes), presented at the ESMUC in Barcelona within the framework of the II Convention of the Association of Flute Players of Spain.

In the 2014-2015 academic year, he studied a Master's Degree in Musical Research at the International University of Valencia (VIU), whose final work -Critical edition of the Missa Charitatis by Jan Dismas Zelenka: original form and relationship with Missa Nativitatis Domini– obtained the highest mark. Between 2014 and 2018 he taught musicology at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Vigo; He is currently a professor in the Composition Department of the Coruña Superior Conservatory of Music and works as an independent editor and arranger. He has recently posted arrangements of Haydn pieces (Befoco) y Tchaikovsky (EggeResonata, Edizioni Eufonia), and editions of works by Widerkehr (CornettoEbenos), Druschetzky (Da Vinci) y Barth (Egge); His editions of pieces by Zabala, Guelbenzu and López Juarranz (Da Vinci), Widekehr (Cornetto), Druschetzky (Ebenos), Bretón (Boileau), Monasterio (Tritó) and Zelenka (Kunzelmann) will soon be published, as well as an arrangement from a piece by Mahler (Resonata).

Antonio Peña
Marta Sancho

Graduated in Business Administration and Management from the University of Zaragoza in 1998, the following year she obtained the Higher Degree in Clarinet at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Aragón from the hand of Emilio Ferrando and Alicia Lluquet, taking part in those same years of the Symphonic Band of Aragon. He attends advanced classes with Javier Balaguer, and clarinet and chamber music courses with José Tomás, Vicente Penarrocha, Silvie Hue, Juan Ferrer, Carlos Gálvez (bass clarinet), Rupert Fankhauser, Klaus Maetzl, Olga Semoushina, Jorge Robaina, David Quiggle, Cecilio Tieles, Anna Puig and Imre Rohmann, among others. In 2016 he completed the Master of Solo Interpretation at the Katarina Gurska Superior Center in Madrid, receiving classes from Vicent Alberola.
Co-founder of both the Kulmann Trio (2005) and the Erkel Trio (2008), Scherzando clarinet and string quartet (2013), Clarinet and piano duo Marta Sancho and Brais González (2014) and M.Sancho Quartet (2015), she participates with all of them in cycles of chamber music concerts throughout the Spanish geography.
At the orchestral level, he is part of the Vigo 430 Symphony Orchestra for 13 years (2005-2018) and participates with it in numerous concerts, some of which include soloists such as Paquito D'Rivera, Pepe Rivero, Christophe Coin, Nicolas Dautricourt, Gordan Nikolic, David Quiggle, Alexis Cárdenas, Margarita Escarpa, and Anna Fedorova among others.
His experience as a teacher began in 1999 at the Professional Conservatory of Tarazona, to continue from 2001 to 2018 at the Professional Conservatory of Music of Vigo. Since 2018, she has been a clarinet professor at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña.

Ana Herraiz
Aída Cruz Estévez
Fernando Llorca

Fernando Llorca, drummer and composer from Vigo. He studied at the Taller de Musicos de Barcelona and expanded his jazz knowledge with the American drummer Billy Hart. Take combo lessons from teachers Richie Beirach, Dave Liebman, Ron McClure, and Bill Dobbins.

He began his artistic career towards the end of the 70s. During this period, he participated as a founding member of two pioneering groups of their kind in Galicia: Outeiro (1979) and Clunia Jazz (1982).

During the 80s and 90s he maintained constant activity with Clunia and various prestigious formations throughout the Spanish scene. He is also awarded for his participation with Clunia and María João Quinteto in the Jazzaldia Festival and in the TVE program “Jazz entre amigos”.

Throughout those years he worked with prominent jazz artists and groups: Gary Smulyan Quartet, Paolo Fresu, Thomas Chapin Quartet, Joe Fonda Trio, María João Quinteto, Mike Rabinowitz Quartet, Jorge Pardo Cuarteto, Chano Domínguez Trío, Jean Luc Vallet, Joachim Kühn, Perico Sambeat, Jordi Bonell Quartet, Kenny Wheeler, Pedro Ruy-Blas Quartet, Andrzej Olejniczak Quartet, Scott Hamilton, among others.

He has an album of his own formation and has participated in numerous recordings, both as a soloist and as a companion.

During his professional career, he always maintained a constant pedagogical activity. He gave private classes to a multitude of students from all over Galicia. He also held educational courses, seminars and concerts.

Since 2007 he has been developing his academic work at the Superior Conservatory of Music of A Coruña within the specialty of Jazz.

Joaquín L. García
Bleuenn Le Friec
Fernando Fraga

He was born in Lires, Cee (A Coruña), where he began his musical studies at the age of 11. In 1987 he moved to Madrid and studied Accordion, Piano and Composition at the Royal Conservatory of Music. In 1990 he obtained, by opposition, the position of professor of Accordion, teaching for 4 years in different conservatories of Madrid until he moved to the Conservatory of Ourense in 1994, the following year for the Conservatory of Pontevedra and from the In 2005 he teaches accordion classes at the Superior Conservatory of Music of A Coruña.

As a performer, he performed concerts with the Madrid Symphony Orchestra in the operas "Fedora" and "Wozzeck", and in tributes to the composers G. Deleure and Maurice Jarre, as well as a collaboration with the Galician Symphony Orchestra in the work "Tangos" . For five years he was part of the Carlos Núñez folk music group.

He has collaborated in concerts with the Contemporary Atlantic Workshop (TAC) with the works "Vexations" by E. Satie, 6pm. of uninterrupted music from the Faro de Fisterra, and with "Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen" by G. Mahler, in the City of Culture in Santiago.

He has also collaborated with groups such as Faltriqueira, Marful, Xabier Díaz and is currently part of the Oscar Ibañéz e Tribo group. He has recorded on albums by Carlos Núñez, Pancho Alvarez and Oscar Ibáñez.

 

In 2008, he publishes the book-disc “A man lixeira… pezas para accordion”, with the publishing house DOS ACORDES, adapting traditional Galician melodies for the accordion and accompanying the book with a disc recorded by the author.

As a composer he has made music for several plays for the company "Talía Teatro" and tunes for the radio station "Radio Nordés" of the Ser chain.

In 2014, he published his first Accordion album, “Folcromías”, which includes a varied repertoire, from baroque music to traditional Galician music, through tangos by A. Piazzolla and original music written for bandoneon.

Héctor E. Santos
Angel Rodríguez
Diego Segade
Pablo Coello
Julio Cabo
Graciela Mª López
Gonzalo Sánchez
Andrés Vales

Andrés Vales González, began his musical career as a trumpet player in the Swiss city of Basel at the age of eight, later he moved to live in A Coruña, where he continued his studies at the Higher Conservatory of Music in A Coruña.

At the age of fifteen he gave his first concert as a soloist at the Teatro Colón. In 1987 he obtained a scholarship to study abroad, he moved to Graz (Austria) where he perfected at the "Konservatorium Landes Steyermark" with Professor G. Kindler, in these years he also joined the Young Orchestra and the brass group from said center.

Upon his return, he became part of the A Coruña City Council Orchestra, alternating this activity with teaching at the Vilalba Conservatory and later at the Ourense Conservatory. Since 1992 he has been teaching at the Higher Conservatory of Music of A Coruña. Among his professors we can mention: G. Kindler, J. Aigi Hurn, J. María Ortí, Roberto Ramírez.

Aída Lozano
Iago Ríos

Iago Ríos Martínez studies at the A Coruña Conservatory of Music with Arturo Centelles. For two years he received classes from Jon Etterbeek at the Escola de Altos Estudos Musicais de Galicia

Between 2001 and 2004 he was a member of the Galician Symphony Youth Orchestra, being his teacher Petur Eirikson.

In the field of contemporary music, he is part of the Contemporary Atlantic Workshop (TAC), and of the Vertixe Sonora Ensemble.

He participates in the chamber music projects Omega Brass Ensemble, Galicia Brass and Hércules Brass Ensemble, among others.

He is a regular contributor to the Real Filharmonía de Galicia and has also been a regular contributor to the Galician Symphony Orchestra, also collaborating with orchestras such as the Navarra Symphony and the Castilla y León Orchestra.

During the 2006-2007 season he is part of the Extremadura Symphony Orchestra as co-principal trombone.

Since 2009 he has been a professor at the Higher Conservatory of Music of A Coruña.

Arturo Centelles
Pablo Coello
Narciso Pillo
Yolanda Montserrat
Ricardo Blanco
Pedro F. Roque
Pablo J. Ferreño
Lorenzo de los Santos
Laura M. Díaz
Gabriel López
Alicia González

He began his music studies (piano and violin) at the age of seven. Later he moved to Barcelona to continue his studies with Albert Attenelle.

In 1999 he moved to Holland, where he did a Postgraduate at the Brabants Conservatorium in Tilburg with Ton Demmers (piano) and Jan Gruithuyzen (chamber music). He graduated in 2002 with a special mention "Summa Cum Laude". After finishing his postgraduate degree, he continued his studies with Jan Wijn, a renowned Dutch pianist and pedagogue.

He obtains various awards and diplomas: 3rd Prize in the III “Ciudad de Segovia” Contest (1994), Honor Prize “Fin de Grado Medio” (Lalín, 1996), Diploma of “Licenciate in Pianoforte Playing” from the Guidhall School of Music and Drama (London, 1996), 3rd Prize at the XII International Piano Competition (Berga, 1997), Honor Roll (10th piano) and End of Degree Award (A Coruña, 2001), Postgraduate Diploma, Master Degree ( Tilburg, Netherlands, 2002), Finalist of the VIII Cycle of Young Interpreters (Barrié de la Maza Foundation, A Coruña, 2003), 2nd Prize in the I Piano Competition organized by ASGAIM and Prize for the best interpretation of Galician music (A Coruña, 2004), Special Prize for the best accompanying pianist in the 3rd Intercentros National Interpretation Contest (Madrid, 2004).

He does an intense job as an accompanying pianist and also has extensive orchestral experience. She is a regular collaborator of the Galician Symphony Orchestra, an activity that has led her to play on stages as important as the Musikverein in Vienna, the Kölner Philharmonie or the National Auditorium in Madrid, among others, and has allowed her to work with masters of the stature by Michail Jurowski, Jesús López Cobos, Ton Koopman, Alberto Zedda, Christian Zacharias, Dima Slobodeniouk, Lorin Maazel, ...

He has given recitals in Spain (L’Auditori de Barcelona, ​​Manuel de Falla Auditorium in Granada, ..), Belgium, Holland, Portugal, France,… starting his solo career with the Brabants Conservatorium Orkest. He has also played as a soloist with the Galician Symphony Orchestra and has recorded for RNE (2005).

She is currently a piano teacher at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de A Coruña, at the same time she continues her concert career as a soloist and within the field of chamber music.

Rosa Mª García
Julio Mourenza
José Manuel Yáñez
Jorge Briones

He was born in A Coruña, where he began his piano studies at the Higher Conservatory of Music in his city at the age of 14, under the tutelage of the pianist Natalia Lamas, obtaining the highest marks, as well as several Honors. In 1999 he moved to the Extremadura Community, where he continued his piano career studying at the Superior Conservatory of Music of Badajoz with Professor Alexander Kandelaki, under his supervision, he obtained the Higher Piano Degree with Honor Roll and Extraordinary End of Degree Award.

Later he did postgraduate studies working with the pianist Alexander Kandelaki at the Katarina Gurska Higher Music Education Center. Simultaneously, he continues to expand his knowledge by participating in numerous courses of musical interpretation, both piano and chamber music, taught by Alexander Kandelaki, Nino Kereselidze, Mariana Gurkova, Natalia Lamas, Rosa María Kucharski, Guillermo González, Sebastián Mariné or Eulalia Solé, among others.

 

During all these years, his concert experience is extensive, performing in numerous piano and chamber music recitals, such as those performed in the Esteban Sánchez Cultural Hall of the Excma. Diputación de Badajoz, in the Pérez Comendador Leroux Museum Concert Hall and at the Iberia Festival held in Hervás (Cáceres), in the Concert Hall of the Professional Conservatory of Music of Almendralejo, or at the López de Ayala Theater in Badajoz. In Galicia, it is worth highlighting his participation in the Are More Music Festival with a recital in the cycle of the Integral de las Sonatas de Mozart. He has also given recitals at the conservatories of A Coruña, Vigo, Ferrol, Culleredo and Santiago.

 

He forms the Scaramouche Duo together with the pianist Javier Ares, performing in various venues on the Galician music scene, and since 2010 performing several premieres by contemporary Galician composers.

 

Since 1999 he worked at the Professional Conservatories of Montijo, Almendralejo, and A Coruña, and is currently a piano teacher and accompanying pianist at the Superior Conservatory of Music of A Coruña.

 

More recently he completed his research training obtaining the title of "Master's Degree in Innovation, Orientation and Educational Evaluation", an official university degree obtained at the University of A Coruña.

Studies
  • University Master's Degree in "Innovation, Orientation and Educational Evaluation", University of A Coruña, 2012.
  • Senior Professor of Piano by the Superior Conservatory of Music of Badajoz, 2001.
  • Master in "Piano Interpretation" at the Katarina Gurska Higher Music Education Center (2001-2004).
Experience
  • Piano teacher and accompanying pianist at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de A Coruña (2008-present).
  • Piano teacher and accompanying pianist at the Professional Conservatory of Music of A Coruña (2004-2008).
  • Piano teacher at the Professional Conservatory of Music of Almendralejo (2003-2004).
  • Piano teacher at the Professional Conservatory of Music of Montijo (1999-2003).
  • Head of the Accompanying Piano Department at the Higher Conservatory of Music of A Coruña (2008-present).
  • Head of the Piano Department at the Professional Conservatory of Music of A Coruña (2007-2008).
  • Head of the Tecla Department at the Montijo Professional Music Conservatory (1999-2003).

Javier Ares

Javier Ares Espiño (Ourense, 1979), began his piano studies at the Betanzos Conservatory, continuing at the Superior Conservatory of A Coruña under the direction of Natalia Lamas. Later she expanded her studies at the Katarina Gurska Higher Music Education Center, receiving classes from the pianists Alexander Kandelaki and Nino Kereselidze.

He develops a wide activity within chamber music in various formations: Ensemble Logos, Ensemble Poulenc 2007, Trio Caronium, Duo Scaramouche. As a soloist, his performances with the Municipal Band of A Coruña and the Municipal Band of Santiago de Compostela stand out, with Javier Viceiro-Filgueira as director. He performed multiple recitals in various duo formations, among them those he performed with the tubists Gene Pokorny and Rex Martin, or with the trombonists James Markey, Alberto Urretxo, Iago Ríos, Ko-ichiro Yamamoto and Jacques Mauger.

He worked at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Vigo and is currently a piano professor at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de A Coruña. Under the direction of Dr. Carlos Villanueva, he obtained his doctorate in 2014 from the University of Santiago de Compostela, and in his work as a researcher he published Catalog of Carlos López García-Picos (2011) y Carlos López García-Picos. Música a orillas del Atlántico (2016), the latter co-published by the USC, the Xunta de Galicia and the Concello de Betanzos. Currently it is part of a USC R + D + i Project: Documentary collections of music in the civil archives of Galicia (1875-1951): Cities of the Atlantic Axis (REF: HAR2015-64024-R).

Studies
  • Doctor of Music from the University of Santiago de Compostela, Faculty of Xeography and History of the USC, 2014.
  • Senior Piano Teacher from the Higher Conservatory of Music of A Coruña, 2001.
  • Master in Piano Interpretation at the Katarina Gurska Higher Music Education Center (2001-2007).
  • PhD courses "Music in Contemporary Spain" (UGR, UB, UNIOVI and USC), Santiago de Compostela, 2010.
Experience
  • Piano teacher and accompanying pianist at the Vigo Conservatory of Music (2001-2008).
  • Piano teacher and accompanying pianist at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de A Coruña (2008-present).
  • Head of the Piano Department at the Higher Conservatory of Music of A Coruña (2009-2013; 2014-present).
  • Head of the Library at the Higher Conservatory of Music of A Coruña (2010-present).
Elisa Timiraos
Pilar García
Luis M. Sobrevela
Tomás Sánchez

He began his musical studies in the specialty of piano at the Betanzos Elementary Conservatory of Music and at the Professional Conservatory of Music in A Coruña.

In the Superior Conservatory of Music of A Coruña he began the specialty of Piano in 2006 and in 2007 the specialty of Pedagogy of Musical Language and Musical Education.

He is part of the first class to obtain the higher LOGSE degree in the specialty of Pedagogy, being the first student in Galicia with this degree.

It carries out three postgraduate programs: Master in Secondary, Master in Music Therapy and Master in Development of Musical Skills.

Since November 2011 he belongs to the lists of substitutes and interns of the specialty of Musical Language in Professional and Superior Conservatories dependent on the Education Department of the Xunta de Galicia.

He has teaching experience in Spain and the United Kingdom.

He completed his training with Methodologies such as Orff, Dalcroze, Bapne Method, Body Percussion, Contemporary Solfeggio; with specialists such as: Verena Maschat, Sofía López - Ibor, Emilio Molina, José Luis Temes, Águeda Matute, Lola Bosom, Doug Goodkin, Christa Coogaan, Kofi Gbolonyo, Anna Alegre Valls, Francisco Javier Romero Naranjo. Complete cycle of courses Orff - Wuytack (Orff - Schulwerk) with Jos Wuytack. Cefore and CAFI (Autonomous Center for Training and Innovation). Congresses, Conferences and Courses on educational innovation and research, skills, ICT for teachers, gender stereotypes, etc. Seminars on Dance and Vocal and Auditory Education with Eva Narejos and Judit Faller. San Pablo Ceu University of Madrid. Courses on: Learning, ICT, Competences, Web 2.0, Tutorial action, Teaching programming, Evaluation, High capacities, etc.

Complementary training in Piano. Piano technique and performance courses with instrumentalists and pedagogues such as: Josep Colom, Luca Chiantore, Violeta Hemsy de Gaínza, Domenico Codispoti, Madalena Soveral, Nino Kereselidze, José Ramón Méndez, Alexander Kandelaki.

Choral experience: Co-director Choir IE Vicente Cañada Blanch; Accompanying and assistant pianist at St John's CE Primary School Choir. Baritone of the University Choir of the Public University of Navarra.

With regard to languages, it has the B2 level of English of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Studies

2012-2013. University Master in Development of Musical Capabilities. Public University of Navarra.

University Master in Development of Musical Capacities. Public University of Navarra.

MA in Development of Musical Skills. Public University of Navarra (Spain).

2011-2013. Master in Music Therapy. Instituto Superior de Estudos Psicolóxicos (ISEP) of Barcelona in collaboration with the University of Vic.

Master in Music Therapy. Higher Institute of Psychological Studies (ISEP) of Barcelona in collaboration with the University of Vic.

MA in Music Therapy. University of Vic, Barcelona (Spain).

2011-2012. University Master's Degree in Compulsory Secondary Education Teaching Staff, Bacharelato. Especialidade: Music. University of Santiago de Compostela.

University Master's Degree in Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate Teaching Staff. Specialty: Music. University of Santiago de Compostela.

Spanish PGCE (MA in Teaching) Specialization: Music.University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). QTS recognized by the Teaching Agency of England. Teacher Reference Number: 1548724.

2007-2010. Higher Degree in Music in the Specialization of Pedagoxy of Musical Linguistics and Musical Education. (1st LOXSE Graduate of Galicia nesta especialidade). Superior Conservatory of Music of A Coruña.

Higher Degree in Music in the Specialty of Music Language Pedagogy and Music Education. Superior Conservatory of Music of A Coruña.

BA Hons. in Music. Specialization: Pedagogy in Language and Music Education. Superior Conservatory of Music, A Coruña (Spain).

 

Adriana C. García

Adriana Cristina García García

Catedrática de Música y Artes Escénicas, especialidad de Pedagogía.

Doctora en Historia y Ciencias de la Música por la Universidad de Oviedo, donde estudió Historia del Arte además de la licenciatura de Hª y CC. de la Música. Titulada superior en Piano y Pedagogía del Lenguaje Musical. Titulada también en Solfeo, Teoría de la Música, Transposición y Acompañamiento. Realizó su tesis doctoral “Los pianistas y compositores Manuel y Tomás Fernández Grajal: trayectoria artística y labor pedagógica” bajo la dirección del doctor Ramón Sobrino.

Amplía su formación en numerosos cursos de especialización musical y en congresos internacionales, con artistas como: Eric Whitacre, Kirby Shaw, Philip Lawson, Tamara Brooks, Julian Martin (de la Juilliard School), Bob Stoloff, Javier Busto, Josu Elberdin, Luca Chiantore, Marc Durand, Dominique Weber, Jenny Lin, Félix Sierra, José Luis Temes, Fernando Puchol, Carles Santos, Carlos Cruz de Castro, Jan Coeck, Judit Faller, Eugenia Arús, Javier Romero Naranjo, Laura Andrés, Ava Loiacono, Ambrož Čopi, Gary Graden, Jim Daus Hjernøe, Basilio Astúlez, Julio Domínguez, Albert Alcaraz, Xabier Sarasola, Marco Antonio García de Paz, Emilio Molina, Juan Parrilla, Manel Camp, etc.

Ha sido funcionaria de carrera de lenguaje musical y coordinadora de Nuevas Tecnologías en el Conservatorio Profesional de Música y Danza de Gijón. Ha trabajado en los conservatorios de Oviedo (profesional y superior), A Coruña (profesional y superior) y Santiago de Compostela, además de tener una plaza en excedencia en el conservatorio de León (al aprobar en el mismo año oposiciones de lenguaje musical en Galicia y León, así como de piano en Zamora). Ha dirigido varios coros en Asturias y Galicia (Coro Melsos, Coral Amanecer, Coro de Voces Blancas del Orfeón Unión Orensana, Coro de Voces Blancas del Conservatorio Profesional de Santiago, Coro de Amigos del CMUS de Santiago, Coro Más que jazz, siendo la fundadora de estos cuatro últimos). Ha colaborado como soprano, pianista y directora asistente con los coros de la Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia, llegando a dirigir al coro de Niños de la OSG en conciertos en el Teatro Colón de A Coruña y en la catedral de Orense.

Desde 2008 publica el blog “El aula musical de Adriana”, galardonado en el V Premio Internacional Espiral Edublogs, y ejerce una labor de divulgación musical totalmente desinteresada a través de dicho blog y de las redes sociales adscritas al mismo. También ha creado la web playmÓpera.com en la que se recrean argumentos de óperas con muñecos, dirigida a los más jóvenes.

Finalista en los I Premios Nacionales de Marketing Educativo, en la categoría de “profesional de referencia”, por su labor en el equipo de redes sociales del Conservatorio de Gijón. Premio de la Fundación TAC en el I Concurso e-Ducación a la “mejor app educativa”.

Ha participado como ponente en numerosos congresos y ha impartido varios cursos para profesores sobre pedagogía musical y nuevas tecnologías en distintos puntos de la geografía española. Como musicóloga, ha publicado diversos artículos y capítulos de libros, así como dos tomos de la obra coral de Enrique Truán. Ha sido co-fundadora y coordinadora de los ciclos de conferencias y conciertos “musicAbierta”, del Ateneo Jovellanos de Gijón.

Ha participado como arreglista y teclista en discos de distintas agrupaciones y solistas de pop, rock, soul y folk, actuando también pianista en distintas zonas de España y del extranjero. También ha escrito varios arreglos corales, llegando a estrenarse uno de ellos por el Arcova Vocal Ensemble en Aosta (Italia).

 

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Jesús Coello
Ismael Vaquero
Sergio Añón
Pablo Ruibal
José Crisanto
Jesús Coello
Traugott G. Grasser

Traugott G. Graser, estudia entre 1982 y 1987 en la Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Heidelberg-Mannheim (Alemania) y se gradúa con 2 diplomas de trombón (orquesta y enseñanza) y otro en Armonía. Durante los dos últimos años de sus estudios ya imparte clases en las escuelas municipales de música de Hassloch y de Frankenthal (Alemania). Impulsado por sus múltiples inquietudes musicales en el mismo periodo empieza a tocar con la Big Band “NW”, la Big Band “Focus” y la Cover Band de Rock Jazz “Sharps & Flats”. En el ámbito de la música clásica toca música de cámara con el “Pfälzisches Blechbläserquartett” y actúa como extra con las Orquestas del Nationaltheater Mannheim y del Stadttheater Heidelberg. Asiste a cursos con Abbie Conant, Christhard Gössling, Charles Vernon y Michel Becquet. Continúan estas actividades musicales y pedagógicas hasta el año 1992 cuando se traslada con su familia a A Coruña.
Allí despliega su actividad musical y pedagógica como profesor de trombón, bombardino y lenguaje musical en la escuela de la asociación musical “Sementeira” de Narón, con el trio de tombones “Ludus Trombonis”, con “Coruña Big Band” y “The Big Bottom Band” y colabora ocasionalmente con la Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia y la Real Filarmonía de Galicia. Paralelamente profundiza de manera autodidacta sus conocimientos de jazz y complementa estos estudios con clases, cursos y talleres con Scott Stroman, José A. Acuña, Nikki Iles, Cennet Jönsson, Brian Abrahams, Brian Trainor y Jean Toussaint entre otros.
Entre los años 2000 y 2008 ha sido director de la coral polifónica “Canticorum”, desde 2008 es director del coro “Vocalisse”.
Desde el curso 2009/10 es profesor en el departamento de Jazz del Conservatorio Superior de Música de A Coruña. Imparte las asignaturas trombón jazz, armonía de jazz, combo, coro Jazz-Pop- Gospel, entre otras.

Roberto Somoza

Roberto Somoza (Rianxo/A Coruña) es saxofonista, compositor, arreglista y director de orquesta.

Fundador y director junto a Pedro Lamas de la Orquestra de Jazz de Galicia.

Profesor (especialidad de jazz) en el Conservatorio Superior de Música de A Coruña.

Director y arreglista de la Garufa Blue Devils Big Band.

Ha participado en más de 50 discos y colaborado con: Clunia Jazz, Atlantic Bridge group, Steve Brown, Kenny Wheeler, Bennie Green, Bob Mover, Old Dixie Band, Imaxina Jazz Orquestra (arreglista y codirector), André Sarbib, Matthew Lee Simon, Quinito L.Mourelle , Borja Quiza (arreglista e intérprete) Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia, Orquesta de Cámara Galega (arreglista e intérprete), Banda de música da Coruña, Banda de música Santiago, Uxía Senlle, Susana Seivane, Rosa Cedrón, Sito Sedes, Nani García y un largísimo elenco de artistas.

Ha actuado en distintos escenarios de toda Europa como el Festival de Jazz de San Sebastian, Festival de músicas do mundo (Tondela), Cambridge Festival , Imaxina Sons, Filets Bleus (Francia), Tonder festival (Noruega), Iberojazz, Strasburgo Music Festival, Festival internacional das Illas Azores, Glasgow festival, Festival de Jazz de Lugo, Festival de Jazz de A Coruña, Festival de Jazz de Santiago, Festival de Jazz de Matosinhos, Festival de Jazz das Mariñas, etc.

 

Discografía como líder:

 Regra de Tres – 2004

Tempos de Cambio – 2006

Trío Eléctrico – 2008

The Vanguard – 2009

Yellow – 2010

Standards&Ballads – 2011

Orquestra Voland – 2012

Continuum – 2013

Cal y Arena – 2014

The Modal Jazz Concepts – 2014

“Fame” Orquestra de Jazz de Galicia – 2015

“Barrel House” Garufa Blue Devils Big Band – 2016

“That´s Life” Garufa Blue Devils Big Band – 2016

Saxophone&Clarinet Jazz Solo – 2017

“Runnin´Wild” Garufa Blue Devils Big Band – 2017

Play Ballads – 2018

 

Hansel Luis
Alberto M. Conde

http://www.albertoconde.com/

Pilar Cancio
Pablo Sabio
Pablo Galdo
Noemí Salomón
Matilde Rubio

Es Profesora Superior de Pedagogía Musical, Profesora Superior de Solfeo y Teoría de la Música, Profesora de Piano y diplomada como Profesora de EGB en la especialidad de ciencias.

Ha participado en diversas comisiones tuteladas por la Consellería de Educación con el objeto de implantar la LOGSE en los conservatorios de Galicia. Ha impartido cursillos de Pedagogía Musical a maestros y profesores de secundaria, organizados por la Consellería de Educación, el Centro de Formación del Profesorado de A Coruña, Lugo, Burela, Vigo, Pontevedra, Ferrol, la Diputación de A Coruña y otros organismos privados. Ha participado de forma activa en cursillos y seminarios relativos a diversas parcelas de la Música y de la Psicología.Es miembro del equipo pedagógico ARAVAL con el que ha publicado diversos libros de texto, entre los que destaca un método completo de Lenguaje musical (de seis cursos) para Conservatorios y Escuelas de Música. Asimismo, como miembro del equipo PAUTA de la comunidad gallega, ha publicado un método de Música Activa, que responde al currículo de esta asignatura, creada en la Comunidad Autónoma de Galicia. Colabora en la elaboración de unidades didácticas para la colección de cuentos musicales “La mota de polvo” y con la editorial Rodeira – Edebé en la adaptación al gallego de los libros de texto de música de Infantil y Primaria.

Desde el curso 88/89 hasta el 90/91 ejerce como profesora interina de Lenguaje Musical y Piano en el Conservatorio Elemental de Música de Soria. Desde el curso 91/92 hasta el momento actual trabaja como profesora por oposición en el Conservatorio Superior de Música de A Coruña, impartiendo las siguientes asignaturas: Solfeo y teoría de la música, Lenguaje musical, Pedagogía musical especializada, Música activa, Coro, Conjunto Coral, Audiciones comentadas y Piano complementario.

En el curso 92/93 fundó el Coro del Conservatorio, dirigiéndolo durante cinco años y realizando numerosos conciertos en la comunidad. En curso 97/98 propuso la implantación de una nueva asignatura como optativa en el tercer ciclo de grado medio, enfocada principalmente a los alumnos que vayan a realizar dirección de orquesta o composición en el grado superior, llamada Educación Auditiva. Ha sido Jefe de Estudios en el curso 89/90 en el Conservatorio de Soria, Coordinadora de Área en el 90/91 en el mismo centro, Vicedirectora en los cursos 93/94, 94/95, 95/96 y 96/97 en el Conservatorio Superior de A Coruña y Jefe de Departamento de Pedagogía desde el curso 05/06 hasta el momento presente. En el curso 2001/2002 con la implantación del grado superior Loxse fue adscrita como profesora de Educación Auditiva impartiendo, además, como materias afines Práctica Auditiva, Técnicas de Educación Auditiva, Técnica Corporal, Técnicas de Expresión Corporal, Improvisación y Acompañamiento, Repentización y Coro, siendo directora del Coro del Conservatorio Superior desde el curso 2001 hasta el 2006. En el curso 2005/2006 se concede al Conservatorio de A Coruña como nueva especialidad Pedagogía del Lenguaje y de la Educación Musical pasando, desde entonces y hasta el momento presente, a dirigir el departamento de Pedagogía y a impartir las siguientes asignaturas: Teoría de la Educación, Conjunto, Psicopedagogía, Coreografía y Danza, Didáctica General, Didáctica de la Música y del Lenguaje Musical, Planificación de aula y dinámicas educativas y las optativas de Repertorio de Juegos Musicales, Técnicas de Educación Corporal e Introducción a la Didáctica del Lenguaje Musical.

Publicaciones

Cursos impartidos

 

Leticia Presa
Rodolfo García
Marcelino Galán

Nacido en A Coruña, se traslada a Barcelona donde cursa estudios de Grado Superior de Música Moderna en el Taller de Músics de Barcelona, en el I.C.N.P y posteriormente en Berklee College of Music (Boston) con , entre otros, Andy Rossetti, Sean Levitt, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Michael L.Goodrick, Jon Damian o Jack Pezzanelli .

Entre sus actuaciones se encuentran el Guatemala Jazz Festival ,Quetzaltengo Jazz Festival y el Antigua Jazz Festival (Guatemala); Eurojazz y Festival de Jazz de Morelia (México), El Salvador Jazz Festival (El Salvador), Teatro Nacional de Tegucigalpa (Honduras), Festival Internacinal de Jazz de Nicaragua, Festival Internacional de las Artes (Costa Rica), Imaxinasons, FestiJazz – La Paz (Bolivia), Festival de Jazz de Santa Cruz (Bolivia), Cicle de Interprets Solistes de Barcelona, Festival de Montpellier , Festival de Jazz de Tarrasa, Festival de Música de Prive (Lyon), Festival de Jazz de La Ribera, Festival de Jazz de Gerona , Filloa of Festival, CanJazz … con, entre otros, Bill McHenry, Chriss Higgins, Albert Sanz , Marc Ayza , David Mengual, Raynald Colom , Jerry Gonzalez , Tom Warburton…

De su discografía cabe destacar : Roho (Singra 2003), Zinco (FreeCode 2008), The Gift (Freecode 2013); con Xacobe Martinez Antelo Quinteto – Isto e Jazz (FreeCode 2006), con Terela Gradín – Pascala (FreeCode 2008), con Monkillos – In Monk We Trust (FreeCode 2011); y en otras músicas con La Tirana (Peacelounge 2009), Cafe de la Noche ou Neo-Tango.

Cuenta con una amplia experiencia como docente, habiendo sido profesor del Taller de Musics de Barcelona , del II Ciclo de Jazz de la Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, de Estudio Escola en Santiago de Compostela , de Escola de Músicos da Coruña, y en la actualidad, además de impartir Clinics y Master Classes en sus giras, es profesor en el Conservatorio Superior de Música da Coruña en la especialidad de Jazz .

Francisco J. Eiras
Eulogio Albalat
Julio Cabo
César Concheiro
Graciela Mª López
José Baldomir
Fernando V. Arias
Diego Segade
Diego Segade
Carolina Landriscini

Nacida en Buenos Aires, recibe su formación de los profesores Jacques Doué y Xavier Gagnepain en Francia para perfeccionarse con Janos Starker en la Universidad de Indiana (EEUU). Titulada Superior de Violonchelo y Música de Cámara, fue ganadora en 1995 de la prestigiosa Beca Nicanor Zabaleta de la Diputación de Guipúzcoa. Ha participado en Clases Magistrales con profesores como Sebok, Greenhouse, Claret, Gulyas, Helmerson, Rados o Hofman, y en Festivales de Música: Prades, Manchester, Kronberg (Alemania), Lenk (Suiza), Les Arcs (France), Siena (Italia). Ofrece recitales de cello y piano en diversas Festivales como la Quincena Musical, Martes Musicales de Vitoria, Sociedad Filarmónica de Bilbao, Pamplona, etc, interpretando la integral de sonatas para cello y piano de Beethoven en León en 2010. En el campo de la música antigua, ofrece conciertos en los Festivales Vía Stellae 2008, 2009 y 2010, Festival Musiquem Lleida, Museo de Bellas Artes, etc. disfrutando del privilegio de tocar un violonchelo barroco G.B.Grancino de 1697. Es profesora de violonchelo en el Conservatorio Superior de Música de A Coruña e imparte clases magistrales en la ESMAE de Oporto (Portugal), la Academia de Música de Cracovia Polonia, La Universidad de Ostrava (República Checa) y en Cursos de Verano como Presjovem (Córdoba), Curso y Festival Internacional de Vitoria, o el Curso de Verano de Carrión de los Condes (Palencia).

Beatriz Rodríguez
Angel Rodríguez
Ana Ávalos
Ana Ávalos inicia sus estudios musicales en el Conservatorio Pablo Sarasate de Pamplona con los profesores Eugenio Asiáin y Eduardo Hernández Asiáin. Los continúa posteriormente con Pedro Gimeno y Agustín León Ara.
Entre los años 1982 y 1990 forma parte de la orquesta Santa Cecilia de Pamplona en la cuerda de primeros violines y colabora en diferentes ocasiones con la orquesta de Granada.
En el año 1989 comienza su actividad docente en el conservatorio de Calahorra (La Rioja), y desde 1995 es profesora del conservatorio superior de música de A Coruña.
Nerea Casanova

Estudia desde los 16 años en el Conservatorio de Música de A Coruña con el profesor Antonio Portela, obteniendo el título de grado medio en el año 2000. Completa su formación en el Conservatorio Superior Padre Soler en Madrid y en el Conservatorio Superior de Música de Oviedo, en el que obtiene el grado superior en el 2003. En el año 2014 se licencia en Ciencias e Historia de la Música en la Universidad de la Rioja.
Fue miembro de la Xoven Orquestra de Galicia, Xoven Orquestra da Sinfónica de Galicia, Escola de Altos Estudos da Real Filarmonía de Galicia, Joven Orquesta Nacional de España y de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía.

Recibió clase de los profesores Louis Ortiz, Alfonso Morán, Carlos Méndez, Diego Zecharíes, Antonio García Araque y Ludwig Streicher, entre otros.
Ha colaborado con la Banda Municipal de Música de A Coruña, la Orquestra Sinfónica de Galicia, la Real Filharmonía de Galicia y la Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León.

Julián Rodríguez Rodríguez
Emilio Lede

Emilio Lede Abal was born in Barro (Pontevedra) and began his musical studies at the hands of his father. He studied piano and oboe, later composition with Joám Trillo –who awakens his interest in analysis– and finally musicology.

Has written articles for magazines RelafareCuatro42Diapente, Sul Ponticello y Sexto Orden, has given lectures at the CGAC in Santiago de Compostela, at the Coruña Museum of Fine Arts, at the art gallery Lilliput, at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Vigo and at the Faculty of Fine Arts of Pontevedra, has taught courses at the MARCO of Vigo, in the Professional Conservatory of Santiago, in the Superior of Vigo and in the ESMAE from Porto, and in 2012 he published the book Musical analysis and guide for interpretation. Partita for solo flute BWV 1013 by J. S. Bach. Sonata for solo flute by C. Ph. E. Bach (Dos Chordes), presented at the ESMUC in Barcelona within the framework of the II Convention of the Association of Flute Players of Spain.

In the 2014-2015 academic year, he studied a Master's Degree in Musical Research at the International University of Valencia (VIU), whose final work -Critical edition of the Missa Charitatis by Jan Dismas Zelenka: original form and relationship with Missa Nativitatis Domini– obtained the highest mark. Between 2014 and 2018 he taught musicology at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Vigo; He is currently a professor in the Composition Department of the Coruña Superior Conservatory of Music and works as an independent editor and arranger. He has recently posted arrangements of Haydn pieces (Befoco) y Tchaikovsky (EggeResonata, Edizioni Eufonia), and editions of works by Widerkehr (CornettoEbenos), Druschetzky (Da Vinci) y Barth (Egge); His editions of pieces by Zabala, Guelbenzu and López Juarranz (Da Vinci), Widekehr (Cornetto), Druschetzky (Ebenos), Bretón (Boileau), Monasterio (Tritó) and Zelenka (Kunzelmann) will soon be published, as well as an arrangement from a piece by Mahler (Resonata).

Ana Herraiz
Adriana C. García