Joaquín Clemente

Joaquín Clemente

Doublebass professor

17 - 22 of July

Ayuda de solista en la Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León

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Born in Buñol (Valencia) in 1982. In 1990 he began his musical studies at the Buñol Conservatory with Francisco Ruiz Zanón. In 2000 he received the Superior Degree of Contrabass in the Superior Conservatory of Valencia with professors Antonio García and Javier Sapiña. He continued his studies at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London with Thomas Martin, who was awarded a scholarship by the Ministry of Culture, the Valencian Institute of Music and the Young National Orchestra of Spain, where he graduated with merit and distinction. He has also done Master Classes with professors such as Andrew Ackerman, Giuseppe Ettore, Janne Saksala, Barbara Sanderling ...

His orchestral experience includes a large list of orchestras around Spain such as the National Orchestra of Spain, the Madrid Symphony Orchestra, the Valencia Orchestra, the Galicia Symphony Orchestra and others. In the field of chamber music he usually collaborates with groups such as "Kammart Ensemble", "Quartet" Schoenberg Ensemble "of Vienna," Kreisler Chamber Group "of Cambridge," Sinfonietta Portaferrada ", Baroque ensemble" Dulce Memoria " Group "Muyayos de Raïz".

Since 2003 Joaquín is a soloist in the Symphonic Orchestra of Castilla y León, combining it with teaching at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Castilla y León. He is also a guest professor in young orchestras such as the Young Orchestra of Catalonia, Young Symphony Orchestra of Castilla y León, Young Orchestra of Murcia and Music courses such as the University of Granada, Forum Musikae or Astorga Music course among others.