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Juan Carlos Chornet
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Juan Carlos ChornetJuan Carlos Chornet began an intense music career in 1990 that has spanned stages across Europe. As principal flutist of the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada and as a soloist, he has worked under the baton of some of the most famous directors of today, including Christopher Hogwood, Frans Brüggen, George Benjamin, Josep Pons, Fabio Biondi, Rinaldo Alessandrini, and Lorin Maazel. Juan Carlos Chornet has worked with various orchestras in Spain such as the Orquesta de Valencia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Barcelona y Nacional de Cataluña, Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Canaria, Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla, and the Orquesta de cámara Teatre Lliure.

Founding member of the Ensemble NeoArs Sonora, of the group Mintaka 07 (flute and percussion), Trio Silenus, Ensemble Nayb, and foundingmember of Grupo Taima, he has given world premiers of works by José García Román, Luís de Pablo, S. Holt, and national premiers of works by G. Crumb, M. Gould, S. Holt, T. Keuris, G. Kroll, Krystrof Penderecki, and I. Yun among others. Apart from working with the above-mentioned groups, he has also collaborated with the Trio Arbós, el Grupo NeoPercusión, and the Proyecto Guerrero.

As a member of the Academia Galante, Baroque Orchestra of Granada, and in duo with harpsichordist Darío Moreno, Mr. Chornet performs early music on original instruments.
Juan Carlos Chornet can be heard with increasing frequency in solo recitals thanks to his vast range and control of flute repertory. His last recording as a solo player, with Sello Verso, was made with the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, directed by José Luis Temes, performing works by Ángel Arteaga. His next recording will showcase works by José Manuel López López, produced by the label Kairos and funded by the Proyecto Guerrero.

Juan Carlos Chornet gives masterclasses and courses at some of the most prestigious youth orchestras and conservatories around Spain. His formal education was completed in the Conservatorios Superiores de Música of Valencia, Madrid and the Conservatoire of Héctor Berlióz in Paris.

 
Ildefonso Moreno
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Ildefonso Moreno

Nace en Trigueros en 1980. A la edad de 10 años comienza sus estudios en el Conservatorio Elemental de Música de su localidad. Finaliza sus estudios en el Conservatorio Superior de Música “Manuel Castillo” de Sevilla con las más altas calificaciones y “Premio Fin de Carrera” bajo la cátedra de Antonio G. Herrera. Más tarde amplía sus estudios con José María Benítez y Antonio Salguero. Posteriormente estudia en la Academia de Estudios Orquestales “Barenboim-Said” de Sevilla con Matthias Glander.

Ha recibido clases de perfeccionamiento instrumental y música de cámara de profesores como Anthony Pay, Vicente Alberola, José Luis Estellés, Joan Enric Lluna, FranÇais Benda, Dimitri Ashkenazy, Toni Goig.

Ha formado parte de diversas orquestas como la Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, de la European Union Youth Orchestra, West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, la Joven Orquesta Nacional de España, Academia de Música Contemporánea, ect. Colabora con la Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, Sinfónica de Galicia, English National Opera de Londres, Orquesta Sínfónica de RTVE, la Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, la Orquesta de Ciudad de Almería y el Musiké Ensemble.

Ha realizado conciertos y giras por los más prestigiosos festivales del mundo destacando el BBC PROMS de Londres, Lucerne Festival, Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada, entre otros, actuando bajo las batutas de directores como Claudio Abbado, Bernard Haitink, Daniel Barenboim, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Franz Welser-Möst, Ingo Metzmacher, Lutz Kölher, Patrick Davin, Philippe jordan, Paavo Järvi, Arturo Tamayo, entre otros, y en los teatros más importantes de Europa como son el Royal Albert Hall de Londres, Concertgebouw de Ámsterdam, la prestigiosa Berlinner Philarmonie o Musikverein de Viena. Con solistas de la talla de Daniel Barenboim, Maxim Vengerov, Vadin Repin o Javier Perianes.

Como solista ha actuado en el Auditorio Nacional de Música de Madrid acompañado por la JONDE y bajo la batuta de José Luis Estellés. También con la European Sinfonieta y la Orquesta de Cámara “Manuel Castillo” de Sevilla.

En cuanto a su actividad camerística cabe destacar la pertenencia diversas formaciones como el Quinteto Ethos con el que recientemente ha conseguido el Primer Premio en el Concurso de Música de Cámara Josep Mirabent i Magrans y el Primer Premio en el Certamen para Jóvenes Intérpretes "Pedro Bote" o el Cuarteto de Clarinetes “ORPHEUS”. Con éste último ha conseguido los Primeros Premios en concursos como el Concurso Permanente de Juventudes Musicales de España y el Concurso de Jóvenes Intérpretes de Andalucía.

Durante la temporada 2009/10 fue Clarinete Solista de la Orquesta Ciudad de Granada.

Actualmente Ildefonso es Profesor en la Escuela Municipal de Música de Punta Umbría y es Profesor Asistente en la Academia de Estudios Orquestales “Barenboim-Said” de Sevilla.

 

 
Carlos Gil
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Carlos GilCarlos Gil is more than a clarinettist with a solid chamber music and orchestral career. He also has experience conducting, teaching in conservatories and youth orchestras, and directing educational programs.

A member of the Ensemble neoArs Sonora since 2009, and as an active collaborator with Grupo Taima, he has worked extensively in contemporary music, premiering works in the Alicante, Granada, and Sevilla Contemporary Music Festivals among others. As a member of the Ensemble Nayb wind quintet since its inception in 1996, he has been heard performing in the Circuito Andaluz de Música, in Valencia sponsored by Sarc, and in Galícia the Cameralia International Chamber Music Festival.

Mr. Gil has been Assistant Principal Clarinettist of the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada since 1996, performing as Principal Clarinette between 2007 and 2010. Directed by Pablo Gonzáles, he has performed solo repertoire with the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada.

Carlos Gil earned his degree in Clarinette Performance fom the Conservatorio Superior de Música in Madrid, where he also studied piano, harmony, and counterpoint. At the age of 20, he won a job at the Granada Conservatory teaching harmony. He has given courses in clarinette and chamber music throughout Spain, including Zumaya (Guipuzcoa), Universidad de la Laguna (Tenerife), Melilla, Àvila, Alcira (Valencia), Langreo (Asturias), and El Ejido (Almería).

Working with youth is one of Mr. Gil's passions. He has been invited by the OJA (Youth Orchestra of Andalucia), the OJRM (Murica Youth Orchestra), as a professor of clarinette and director of the wind section. He has also worked with the Youth Orchestra of Málaga and directs a chamber music program in Granada (Churriana de la Vega). Since 2005 he has been the professor of Orchestral Repertory in Musikene, a famous music conservatory in the Basque Country where he also was the Assistant Professor of Clarinette.

As a conductor, he made his debut in 2007 in the Logroño Auditorium and in the Cultural Center of Montehermoso de Vittoria with Cre-Art Company, directing multi-media performances (involving dance and audiovisuals) of the Chamber Symphony of John Adams among other works. A DVD of the performance is awaiting publication.

 
David Calvo
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David Calvo

Natural de Granada, inicia sus estudios en Juventudes Musicales de la mano de Manuel Cruz Romero y posteriormente con el clarinetista José Luis Estellés, graduándose en el RCSM “Victoria Eugenia” de Granada como Profesor Superior de Clarinete. Becado para realizar estudios de perfeccionamiento en el Conservatorio “Giuseppe Verdi” de Milán con el profesor Sergio Delmastro y en el Conservatoire de Musique de Genève con Thomas Friedli. Master en Estudios avanzados en Interpretación: Instrumentos de la música Clásica y Contemporánea por la ESMUC con el profesor Joseph Fuster.

Ha recibido clases de perfeccionamiento de los profesores Anthony Pay, Eric Hoeprich, Michel Lethiec, Carles Riera, Dimitri Ashkenazy, Javier Balaguer, Joan Enric Lluna, Piotr Szymyslik, Enrique Pérez Piquer, Oskar Espina o Máximo Muñoz.

Ha sido miembro del Programa Andaluz para Jóvenes Instrumentistas y de la Orquesta Joven de Andalucía. Ha participado en West – Eastern – Divan dirigido por Daniel Barenboim.

En música de cámara ha trabajado con Michael Thomas, Sara Bishop, David Chatterton, William Forman, John Kenny, Dietrich Unkrodt, Wissam Boustany, Sarah Roper, Asger Svendsen, Brian Brooks, Caridad Zarzo, Sara Barnes, Raúl Díaz, Susanna Mildonian, Tamara Bektemirova, Frano Kakarigi, Brenno Ambrosini, Isel Rodríguez e Ignacio García.

Es miembro fundador, junto con Javier Castiblanque, flauta, Ramón Ortega, oboe, Javier Giner, trompa y Ximo Osca, fagot del Quinteto de Viento “InContro 5”. Desde el año 2009 forma parte del quinteto de viento “Nuna Ensemble”.

Colabora asiduamente con la Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, Orquesta Joven de Andalucía, EIG Ensemble, Orquesta de Cámara Andaluza, Mousike Ensemble, HSO, y la Orquesta Ciudad de Almería, trabajando con destacados directores, solistas y grupos de cámara como Maxim Vengerov, Javier Perianes, Mei-Tin Sun, Luis González, Thomas Indermühle, Diego Masson, Ana Guijarro, Jesús Reina, Ara Malikian, Santiago Novoa, Gloria Isabel Ramos, David Tomás, Vicens Prats, La Fura dels Baus, Miguel Quirós, Carmen Solís, Enrique Mazzola, Enrique García Asensio, Mühlfeld Quintett, Josep Caballé, Pablo González, Iván Macías, Juan de Udaeta, Miquel Ortega Puig, Vicente Huerta, Jonathan Gunthorpe, Rubén Gimeno, Lara St. John o Daniel Mestre entre otros.

Ha actuado en el Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada, Festival of British Youth Orchestras, Fundación Euterpe, Aberdeen International Youth Festival, Festival de Música Contemporánea de Málaga, Concierto 60º Aniversario de Naciones Unidas, Cambridge Summer Music Festival, Concurso Internacional de Guitarra Julián Arcas, Edinburgh Festival, Cátedra de Composición Manuel de Falla de Cádiz, RSAMD de Glasgow, Fundación Juan March, Festival Musica l'Estiu, Concurso Jóvenes Directores de la Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, Adrar Festival, 3 Estaciones Música, Kerkrade Music Festival, Real Círculo de Labradores, Festival de Música Barroca y Renacentista de Vélez Blanco o el Festival Música en la Zubia.

Profesor de Música y Artes Escénicas, ha desempeñado su labor como docente en el CPM “Ángel Barrios” de Granada, CEM “Carmen Romero Avellaneda” de Loja, CPM “Antonio Lorenzo” de Motril, CSM “Manuel Castillo” de Sevilla y el CSM “Andrés de Vandelvira” de Jaén. Actualmente es profesor de la cátedra de clarinete del CSM “Rafael Orozco” de Córdoba y Profesor de la Orquesta Joven de Andalucía.

 
Eugenio Pérez
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Eugenio PérezFounding member of the of the Ensemble NeoArs Sonora, Canarias Brass Quintet, and of the Frecuencia Wind Quintet, and member of the Orotava Ensemble since its inception in 2006, Eugenio Pérez Hernández enjoys an active chamber music career, with concerts in California, France, throughout mainland Spain, and in the Canary Islands.

He has held the position of assistant principal horn in the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra since 1994, performing extensive symphonic and operatic repertoire, working with internationally renowned conductors such as Victor Pablo Pérez, Victor Lieberman, James Judd, Lü Jía, Jesús López Cobos, Josep Pons, internationally renowned soloists, and performing in the famous concert halls of Europe. He has also played on multiple occasions as a guest with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia, Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Canaria, and the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada.

Graduating with his Master's Degree in Horn performance in 1998 from the Conservatory in Tenerife, Eugenio Pérez Hernández studied with Luciano Pérez, Guillermo Zarzo, and Jeffrey Cooper. During his studies, he won First Prize in the Musicanarias Young Artist's Competition. Through masterclasses and courses, Eugenio Pérez has had the opportunity to work with professors of international renown such as Vicente Zarzo, Bruno Schneider, Richard Watkins, Chris Leuba, and with the former first horn of the San Francisco Symphony, David Krehbiel, as a participant in the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, California. He also was chosen to perform with the National Youth Orchestra of Spain (JONDE), where he appeared in a film with Penelope Cruz "Allegro ma non Troppo."

As a professor, Mr. Pérez has taught classes at the La Orotava Conservatory, Music School, and Academy. In 2004, he was hired as Professor of Orchestral Repertory at the Horn Symposium in Valencia.

Eugenio Pérez has performed important repertoire as a soloist with orchestra, including the R. Strauss Concerto n.1, Schumann Konzertstücke, Mozart Sinfonia Concertante for Winds, Haydn Concerto n.1, Schumann Adagio and Allegro, and two Telemann concertos with, respectively, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife, Orquesta Clásica de La Laguna, and the Orquesta Villa de La Orotava en Tenerife.

 
Noelia Arco
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Noelia ArcoNacida en Albolote, Granada.
En 2002 se gradúa como Profesora de Percusión en el Conservatorio Superior de Música de Granada. Más tarde se traslada a Amsterdam, Holanda, donde obtiene los títulos de Bachelor y Master Degree en el Conservatorium van Amsterdam.
Ha sido miembro de la Orquesta Joven de Andalucia y de la Joven Orquesta Nacional de España.
Ha colaborado con las orquestas de Málaga, Sevilla, Córdoba, Almería, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Castilla y León, Pamplona y Extramadura en España; y la Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, la Nederlands Philarmonic y la Amsterdam Symphony en Holanda.
Actualmente es percusionista de la Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, miembro del ensemble de percusión Mintaka y el grupo de música antigua La Tricotea.

 
Antonio Jesús Cruz
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Antonio Jesús CruzAntonio Jesús Cruz, founding member and president of the Ensemble NeoArs Sonora, boasts an impressive musical career. He has been a first prize winner in international competitions, and been heard in some of the most important auditoriums across Spain. His musical training began at the age of six under the instruction of his father, graduating with his college degree from the Granada Conservatory---where he studied with Gloria Emparán---with the highest qualifications and honors at the age of nineteen. After graduating, he took finishing lessons with Leonel Morales and later with Guillermo Gonzáles in Madrid.

Of the prizes he has won, the most important are First Prize and Special Mention by the jury's unanimous decision in the International Competition “Compositores de España,” and First Prize in the VI National Piano Competition “José Roca” of Valencia. He was also the winner of other awards in the International Piano Competition d'Escaldes Engordany, VII International Piano Competition of the Foundation “Jacinto e Inocencio Guerrero,” the Petrof Piano Competition, The II International Piano Competition “Ciutat de Palmanyola,” VII National Piano Competition “Manuel de Falla,” II National Piano Competition “Royale,” and was awarded, again unanimously, a Silver Medal in the Young Performers competition of Juventudes Musicales de Granada.

Antonio Jesús Cruz has performed in Madrid at the National Auditorium of Music and in the Ataneo, at The Manuel de Falla Auditorium in Granada, in the hall of the Juan March Foundation, Capitol Hall in Barcelona, Zuloaga Hall in Segovia, The G. Pierluigi da Palestrina Conservatory, The “Conde Duque” Cultural Center, the American Institute, The International Festival of Music and Dance in Granada, and the International Festival of the Mediterranean, among others.
He has recorded for Canal Sur Television, Telemadrid, and Radio 2 of National Spanish Radio. Apart from his solo performances, Antonio Jesús Cruz has also collaborated in numerous chamber music groups.

Currently, Mr. Cruz is a piano professor at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música “Victoria Eugenia” of Granada.

 
Marc Paquin
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Born in 1976 in Geneva, Switzerland, he began his violin studies at age six under Judith Berenson and later under Raphaël Oleg, in Basel, and under Stefan Muhmenthaler, leader in the Suisse Romande Orchestra, under whom he studied for his Diploma of Virtuosity. In 1996-2000 he studied in the London Guildhall School of Music & Drama with a scholarship from the Zürich Brunschwig Foundation. He was awarded a Bachelor of Music Honours degree (BMus A) and a postgraduate diploma in music interpretation under maestro Detlef Hahn. During his chamber music training, he studied under such maestros as the Amadeus quartet, Takacs, Vellinger, Melos, Trio de Milano and Sir Colin Davis.

He gave his first solo concert at age ten in the Patino concert hall in Geneva. Since then, he has performed regularly as a soloist with the Basel Symphony Orchestra, the Guildhall Symphony Orchestra, the London Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, Aargauer Symphonie Orchester (Switzerland), Orchestre du Festival du Jura (Switzerland) and with the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, playing concerts by Bach, Vivaldi, Lalo, Shostakovich, Sibelius, Beethoven, Sarasate, Saint-Saëns, Mozart Sinfonia Concertante, with excellent reviews of his interpretations.
He has recorded for Espace 2 and DRS2 radio in Switzerland, for BBC2 in London, and TVE2 in Spain. He won First Prize in the Young Musicians Competition in Switzerland, First Prize in the “Rovere d’Oro” International Competition in Italy, and First Prize in the “Concerto Competition” organized by the Eastern Music Festival, USA, and First Prize in the Dorothy Adams Competition, awarded by the Takacs Quartet.

His love of chamber music, as a personal product, led him to join the Swiss group Triade, devoted to the tango and to A. Piazzolla’s music, in particular. He has recorded two CDs for the Danish “Classico” record label with them.

For two years he taught chamber music in the Junior Department of the Guildhall School of Music (London) and at the Chaux-des-Fonds conservatoire (Switzerland). In 2003-2007 he was leader for the Aargauer Symphonie Orchester, in Switzerland. Currently, he is leader in the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada (Spain).

Marc Paquin plays a violin built in 1780 by Ferdinando Gagliano and generously lent by the Zurich Brunschwig Foundation.

 
Atsuko Neiirishi
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Violinist Atsuko Neriishi was born in Nagano, Japan, and began her studies at age three. In 1994 she was awarded a Bachelor degree by the Toho Gakuen School of Music, in Tokyo. She continued her studies at the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels, Belgium, where she was awarded a Master with honours. Subsequently, in Switzerland, she furthered her career at the International Menuhin Music Academy, where she studied under Alberto Lysy, Ruggiero Ricci, Tibor Varga, Igor Oistrakh, and Pierre Amoyal.

She won several prizes in Tokyo and participated frequently as soloist and chamber musician at such important festivals as the Mozart Festival in Salzburg, Austria; the Lysy Festival in Carilo, Argentina; the Radio Montréal Festival in Canada and the Pau Casal Festival in Spain.

She started her symphony career in Germany, with the Bochen symphony orchestra. She was concertmaster for the Orquesta do Norte, Portugal, where she had the opportunity to play the Sibelius concert as soloist. She is member of the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada since 2004 and also collaborates with the Royal Philharmonic of Santiago de Compostela, in Spain; the La Monnais Orchestra in Belgium; and the Orquesta Gulhelsia of Portugal.

She has recorded two CDs as member of the Lysy chamber music ensemble and a CD of Bartók’s “Contrasts”.

Atsuko Neriishi plays a violin made by Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi in 1766.

 
Kathleen Balfe
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Kathleen BalfeKathleen Balfe, solista de chelo de la Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, nació en California, USA. Se ha formado en el San Francisco Conservatory, New England Conservatory, y en instituciones como el Tanglewood Music Center, Banff Centre for the Arts, y New World Symphony. Ganó el primer premio en el American String Teacher's Association Competition en 2000, y el primer premio en el concurso Edgard Feder Young Artist Award en 2002, entre otros. En 2002, gana una plaza en la Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife, y, después de una estancia en la Charlotte Symphony, se muda a España en 2003. Vive y trabaja en Tenerife hasta 2007, cuando se traslada a Granada para empezar su trabajo con la Orquesta Ciudad de Granada. Es miembro fundador del Ensemble neoArs Sonora, un grupo de cámara especializado en música contemporánea con sede en Granada. Colabora en ciclos de cámara y festivales nacionales e internacionales. Participa en el Festival Cabrillo de Música Contemporánea, y toca regularmente con la New Century Chamber Orchestra de California.

 
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