MASTER CLASS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR GUSTAVO SANCHEZ

Gustavo Sánchez, Director Gustavo Sánchez, was born in Pilar de la Horadada (Alicante – Spain). After his studies in Flute with Juan Francisco Cayuelas at the Conservatorio Superior de Murcia, between 1991 and 1996 he studied orchestral conducting at the Vienna Conservatory under Professors Reinhard Schwarz and Georg Mark, graduating with honors.

Since 1997 he has conducted several orchestras, notably the Symphony Orchestra of Murcia, Wiener Akademische Philharmonie and Moscow Symphony Orchestra. He is the director and founder of the Camerata Antonio Soler, resident orchestra of the International Conducting Masterclass “El Escorial” by the eminent Finnish Professor Jorma Panula.

With the Camerata he has recently recorded his fourth CD with unknown works by Gaetano Brunetti and Luigi Boccherini. The first CD (Brunetti. Sinfonías), released in December 2014, was included in the TOP 10 RECENT RELEASES by Allegro Classical in October 2015, with such groups and orchestras like The Sixteen and the BBC Symphony Orchestra.

He has been head of the Escolanía del Monasterio del Escorial from 2002 to 2016, with which he has conducted numerous performances in and outside Spain (Germany, Italy, USA, Panama…), both in concert and on radio and television, and has recorded a total of seven albums. Gustavo Sánchez is extremely active in the field of music research and has published numerous articles and books.

In 2009 he obtained his doctorate with European mention (cum laude) at the Universidad Autonóma de Madrid, with the thesis The music in the Escorial monastery during the period of the Hieronymite Order: Children of the Seminary (1567-1837) under the direction of Dr. Begoña Lolo. Recently it received the Prize for outstanding PhD Thesis.

Since 2008 he has been an Associate Professor in the Department of Music at the the Universidad Autonóma de Madrid, where he teaches and participates in several research projects.

President Executive of the Asociacion Luigi Boccherini since 2018.ALB is in Madrid Spain Lucca Italy,with members representations,London UK,Miami USA,etc,

INFORMACION GENERAL

Atso Almila es compositor, director y profesor de Dirección de Orquesta en la Academia Sibelius de Helsinki desde 2013 y se retiró en 2019. Fue alumno de Jorma Panula en la Academia Sibelius de Helsinki entre 1974 y 1977. Ha trabajado como Director Principal del Teatro Nacional de Finlandia, Director de la Tampere Philharmonic, de la Joensuu Orchestra, de la Kuopio Orchestra y Director Principal de la Seinäjoki Orchestra. Asimismo, imparte regularmente clases magistrales en Finlandia y en la República Checa. Ha ofrecido también clases en Irlanda, China, Noruega y Suecia. Su rica experiencia artística y su especial carisma pedagógico le hacen ser uno de los maestros de Dirección más solicitados y admirados en el mundo en los últimos años.

CARLOS V BATALLA DE MUHLBERG

El curso

El curso se celebrará en el Hotel Miranda & Suizo, en el centro histórico de San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid), enfrente del Monasterio que a finales del siglo XVI construyera Felipe II (ver http://www.mirandasuizo.com/portada).

Participación

Participarán 12 alumnos activos, seleccionados por el maestro Almila. Todos dirigirán ensayos con la Camerata Antonio Soler (orquesta de cuerda) unos 20 minutos cada día, así como en el concierto final.

Este concierto tendrá lugar en el Teatro Carlos III de San Lorenzo de El Escorial. -más información -

Los interesados en participar deberán rellenar y enviar la Hoja de Inscripción completada,

así como un enlace de YOUTUBE a info@camerataantoniosoler.com

o un DVD de unos 10 min. de duración con una actuación o ensayo recientes a:

INTERNATIONAL CONDUCTORS MASTERCLASS

“EL ESCORIAL”

C/ Padre Antonio Villacastín, 7, 2º B

28200 San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid)