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José Luis García González

 double bass 
 academic administration 
José Luis García González
Address:
Calle Alfredo Aleix, Nº 5, 1º C

Country:
Spain Spain flag

City:
Madrid

ZIP / Postal code:
28044

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Languages:
Español, English, Italiano

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Born in Madrid (Spain) in 1985, began his musical studies at the age of 13 at the "Angel Arias Maceín" Conservatory of Music of Madrid, specializing in double bass with maestro Fernando Anguita.

Member of the Children's Orchestra Amadeus from "Fundación Mozart" between 2000 and 2002. There he received classes from the teacher Juan María Esteban del Pozo.

In 2002 he joined the Youth Orchestra of the Comunidad de Madrid, belonging to it for three years and working with it on later occasions. With this orchestra he performed as soloist in several concerts, playing "The Elephant" from the "Carnival of the Animals" by Saint-Saëns at the National Auditorium of Music of Madrid, or the "Jazz Suite N. 1" of Shostakovich at the Teatro Monumental of the same town, among other works. Here worked with conductors like Lorenzo Ramos, Yuri Nasuskin, Juan Cuesta, Santiago Serrate, Juan de Udaeta and Miguel Romea. With this orchestra played all over Spain, Italy and Mexico.

Principal bass of the International Young Artists Orchestra in 2005, with the conductor José Miguel Pérez Sierra.

Principal bass of the Chamber Orchestra and the Symphonic Orchestra of the Complutense University of Madrid between 2006 and 2008.

In 2007 he joined the School Orchestra of the Symphonic Orchestra of Madrid.

In 2008 Teatro Real granted a scholarship to go to Milan to play with the Orchestra dell'Accademia del Teatro alla Scala, performing a ballet comprised of works by Respighi, Bizet and Bach and the opera "The Marriage of Figaro" by Mozart, conducted by Maestro Giovanni Antonini (founder and director of "Il Giardino Armonico), all belonging to the program of September and October 2008 from the Teatro alla Scala in Milan. There he received an offer to work with the Contemporary Music Ensemble of the Theater, performing works by Milhaud, Honegger, Poulenc and Satie, among others, and giving a concert of great success in the Ridotto dei Palchi "Arturo Toscanini" of the Teatro alla Scala.

He received lessons of development with the teachers of double bass Jorge Muñoz, Miguel Franco, Luis Navidad, Wolfgang Harrer, Roberto Terrón, Damian Arenas, Antonio Garcia Araque, Ferrán Sala and Jeff Bradetich, among others.

He studied at the Professional Conservatory of Music "Adolfo Salazar (Ferraz Conservatory) in Madrid with the teacher Daniel Machado.

Currently belongs to the Orquesta Joven de Extremadura (OJEX), Orchestra of Extremadura (OEX) as a scholarship holder, working here with conductors like Antoni Ros Marbá and JoAnn Falletta. Is finishing his career (undergraduate) in the "Bonifacio Gil" Conservatory of Music of Badajoz, Spain.

e-mail: satiricon1985@gmail.com


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