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  Nationality: Spanish.
  Date of Birth: November 13th 1972, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
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  Languages: Spanish, English and German.


Education & qualifications
    1. Musical education in Santa Cruz de Tenerife’s Higher Conservatoire (1992-96).
    2. Improvement of musical studies with the Trinity College of London (1996-97).
    3. Seminar conducted by Larry Monroe with “Berklee on the road” program, given by the Berklee College of Music from Boston in Santa Cruz de Tenerife (November 1996).
    4. Advanced Certificate in piano given by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music from London (2000).
Professional experience

A-Commissioned music

    1. "El Requerimiento": Theater piece staged by Troysteatro (1993) in La Laguna University’s Theater.
    2. Huida”: Short film shot in 16mm. by Kinematos (1993).
    3. La Visita”: Short video film by La Laguna’s Faculty of Fine Arts.
    4. Eternamente joven”: Short video film (1994).
    5. Videcan” documentary film(1994).
    6. América 1992” documentary film (1994).
    7. Four TV Spots for Postvision and Criterium Producers (1995).
    8. Two radio jingles commissioned by Private Music Conservatoires Ltd from Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Teide Radio (Onda Cero).
    9. Sor Ursula de San Pedro” Overture for symphonic orchestra commissioned by the company Círculo Teatral.
    10. Arrangement for piano, cello and tenor for the song “La casada infiel”, commissioned by Rafael Guigou (Spanish poet).
    11. Various commercials commissioned by Multitrack Records.
    12. Original Soundtrack for Santa Cruz de Tenerife’s Carnival festival in 1999.
    13. Original soundtrack for “Gotica’s” promotional trailer commissioned by Morena Films and Produce + (Canal +) 2001.
    14. Original soundtrack for the cartoon film “Puerta del Tiempo” (Time Gate) commissioned by Magic Films Productions 2002.

B-Orchestra conducting:

    1. Founder, conductor and coordinator of the Orquesta Juvenil de Cámara in 1995.
    2. Founder, conductor and coordinator of the Orquesta Juvenil del Conservatorio Privado de Música de Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
    3. Guest Conductor in the 2nd course in symphonic playing given to the orchestra from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (Huelva and Madrid 2001).
    4. Conductor, coordinator and musical producer of the original soundtrack of “Puerta del Tiempo” with the Orquesta Clásica de La Laguna reinforced by the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife in 2002.
Concerts given
    1. Concert for guitar in Santa Cruz de Tenerife’s German School (5-17-86)
    2. “Wir musizieren” contest within the German classical music competition “Jugend Musiziert” (12-9-86)
    3. Finalist in the Canary Pop-Rock contest celebrated with a mass concert in Las Palmas with his group The Mortimers (6-15-89)
    4. Series of concerts given in the Auditorium of Caja Canarias Central Office in honor of Teobaldo Power (5-21-91)
    5. “San Telmo 95” with the Orquesta Juvenil de Cámara, concert given in the University of Navigation Studies (4-22-95)
    6. Series of concerts given in the Auditorium of Caja Canarias Central Office in honor of Teobaldo Power (5-19-95)
    7. Christmas Concert given by the Orquesta Juvenil del Conservatorio Privado de Música S.L. at the San Francisco de Asis church in Santa Cruz de Tenerife (12-27-95)
    8. Christmas Concert given by the Orquesta Juvenil del Conservatorio Privado de Musica S.L. at La Peña de Francia church in el Puerto de la Cruz (28-5-95)
    9. Commencement concert, graduation for Berklee in Tenerife program and closing concert given at the Guimerá Theater (11-17-96)
    10. Piano recital in honor of Schubert and Brahms held in San Felipe Castle, Puerto de la Cruz (10-23-97)
    11. Piano recital given at the Ateneo de La laguna playing pieces from Joaquin Rodrigo and Martial Solal (5-28-98)
Performed compositions
    1. 1. “Pequeña invención para dos guitarras”, performed in the classical music contest “Wir musizieren” (12-9-86).
    2. Estudio privado” composition for two guitars and piano, performed at Caja Canarias Auditorium
      (5-16-90).
    3. Sugerencias” composition for piano, performed at Caja Canarias Auditorium (5-21-91)
    4. Andante Cantabile” second movement of Navarro’s Symphony in D Major for chamber orchestra performed at the University of Navigation Studies (4-22-95).
    5. Veni Creator” composition for four soloists, choir and classical orchestra performed in the Christmas concerts (27-12-95).
    6. Ghosts” descriptive piece for piano, performed at San Felipe Castle in el Puerto de la Cruz within the piano recital given by students from the Royal Schools of Music in honor of Schubert and Brahms (10-23-97).
    7. La Tercera Cruzada” Suite for symphonic orchestra performed within a film music concert at La Laguna University’s Theater (6-24-00).
    8. Nocturno” performed and conducted by Navarro with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music at the Liceo Francés (French Lyceum) in Madrid (4-21-01) .
Non performed compositions
    1. Mezcolanza” piano composition.
    2. Cuarteto de cuerdas nº1 en Mi Mayor”.
    3. Sonata para piano nº1 en Do Mayor” Allegro-gracioso, Menuet-trio, Presto.
    4. Overtura Clásica” for classical orchestra.
    5. Sinfonía nº1 en Re Mayor para orquesta de cámara” Allegro Vivace, Andante Cantabile, Presto.
    6. Romance Largheto” for classical orchestra.
    7. Vals nº1 en Fa Mayor” two versions: for piano and for orchestra.
    8. Romance en Mib Mayor” for string orchestra.
    9. "Adagio en Do# menor” for classical orchestra.
    10. Pequeño Divertimento para cuarteto de cuerdas en Do Mayor” .
    11. Signum Vía Mirabilis” for soprano and choir.
    12. Overtura” for classical orchestra, Allegro-assai.
    13. Infancia” for piano and chamber orchestra.
    14. Natur und Kunst” Lied for baritone with Goethe’s text.
    15. Bei männern welche liebe fühlen” Lied for soprano with text from Mozart’s opera die Zauberflöte.
    16. Pequeño divertimento para Cuerdas en Do Mayor”.
    17. Adagio en Do Mayor” for classical orchestra.
    18. Adagio-Allegro e con brío” for piano (future sonata for piano nº2 in Do# menor)
    19. Allegro en Re Mayor para piano y orquesta”.
    20. ¿Eres consciente?" Jazz - Fusion composition for modern ensemble (synthesizers, electric guitar, electric bass and drums).
    21. Un sueño eterno” Jazz - Fusion for modern ensemble.
    22. Derpertando” Jazz - Fusion for modern ensemble.
    23. El Comienzo” Jazz - Fusion for modern ensemble.
    24. Willy” Jazz - Fusion for modern ensemble.
    25. After B.C.M.” Jazz – Fusion for modern ensemble.
    26. “Mi Nina” for chamber orchestra.
    27. Loreto” for piano.
    28. A fly on the wall” for piano.
    29. Fuga a tres voces para piano o clavecín”.
    30. "Allegro Lamentoso” first movement for the future sonata for violin and piano nº 1 in D Major.
    31. Giga” for piano.
    32. Ghosts” descriptive piano Piece.
    33. “Adagio-Allegro lamentoso” first movement of sonata for piano nº 3 in C minor.
    34. La casada infiel” arrangements for piano, cello and tenor based on a song by Rafael Guigou.
    35. End Credits” for symphonic orchestra.
    36. Malagueña” for piano.
    37. Sor Ursula de San Pedro” overture for classical orchestra.
    38. Huída” selection of six pieces belonging to the film’s original soundtrack.
    39. Anona” for symphonic orchestra and piano.
    40. Medea” symphonic poem for symphonic orchestra, choir and soloist.
Awards received
    1. Outstanding Musicianship Award” given by the Berklee College of Music from Boston in Berklee’s closing concert and graduation in Santa Cruz de Tenerife at the Guimerá Theater (11-17-96)
    2. Scholarship given by the Berklee College of Music from Boston to begin composition and orchestra conducting studies in such university (8-24-97)

References

His job has been appraised and highly recommended by famous orchestra conductors such as:

Antoni Ros Marbá: Actually considered one of the best orchestra conductors in Spain. He has conducted the best orchestras in the world: the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, etc. His recordings are famous worldwide.
Peter Maag: One of the best opera conductors in the world from the last 50 years. The great maestro conducts the Padova Chamber Orchestra (including The Orchestra and the Madrigal Choir from San Antonio de Padua) and he is also the head director of the Teatro Communale de Treviso (Autunno Treviggiano Festival) and founder of la Bottega. Maestro Magg has conducted most of the main orchestras and opera companies in the world. Magg has worked in Paris with Alfred Cortot (with whom he studied piano) and also in Geneva with Maestro Ernest Ansermet.
Sophie Bourginon: Studied in the Royal Northern College of Music and the Royal College of Music, where she graduated as a soloist and received a performance award. She has been awarded with a scholarship from the British Council. She has received great recognition as a soloist from la Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife.
Ray Santisi: Great piano performer, he teaches it at the Berklee College of Music.
Browyn Evans: Graduated “Magna Cum Laude” at the Berklee College of Music from Boston,1985.
Armando Capote: Bachelor or Music, major in Film Scoring, Berklee 1986, Master in Composition with the England Conservatory. Professor in Harmony, Composition, Counterpoint and Instrumentation.
David Paul Martin: Professor at the Associated College of Music from London and member of the Real Society of British Musicians.
Timothy Jones: Representative in Spain for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music from London.
 
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