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About myself

I was born in Polinyà de Xúquer (València, Spain) in 1998. I started playing cello when I was 9 years old within a family of amateur musicians who loved music.

 

Focusing in chamber music repertoire, during the last years I participated in the Music Festival of Schiermonikoog (The Netherlands) in October 2021, taking part in a cello trio. As part of the Trio "Quasi Quartet" (string trio) with Margot Gillet (violin) and Coline Meulemans (viola), we participated in the Chigiana Festival in 2022 (Siena - Italy) where we followed masterclasses with Professor Clive Greensmith and had the opportunity to play in the Chamber Music Festival of Loro Ciuffenna. Our Trio evolved to the "Quatuor Satellite" in 2023 with the new incorporation of Cléo Dahan (violin) in the group. We performed in festivals such as "Propulse" Festival Musiq3, Ars Musica,  KlaraFestival, Trésors Vivants by "Le Monde est un Village", Brussels Music City Hall, etc. I have also performed as soloist with l'Orchestre de Chambre de la Néthen and recently I started the chamber music project "Sonates Françaises du XXème"with the pianist Manon Gertsch.

Regarding my studies, I completed my Bachelor (2016-2019) and Master's studies (2019-2021) in the Koninklijk Conservatorium of Brussels (Belgium), with Professor Jeroen Reuling. Before moving to Brussels I studied with Professor Maria de Macedo in Madrid (Spain) from 2013 to 2016.

I also followed many masterclasses with Professor Gary Hoffman in festivals such as "Verão Clássico festival" in Lisbon (Portugal), "Noyers festival" (France) and the Saline Royal Academy in Arc et Senans  (France). I also followed masterclasses  with Professor Clive Greensmith at the Saline Royal Academy in 2022 and private masterclasses with François Guy, former cello professor in Genève Conservatory.
 

I am currently playing a modern instrument made by Anton Somers (Melsele, Belgium) and a modern bow made by Doriane Bodart (Paris, France).

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