Juana Guillem

Juana Guillem

Flute professor

9 - 13 of July

Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio - Facultad de Música y Artes Escénicas


She was born in Catarroja (Valencia). She studied at the Conservatory of Music in this city where she finished with the Honor Award for Higher Degree and the Mercedes Massí Grant granted to the highest record of his promotion. Subsequently and scholarship by the Ministry of Culture she moved to Paris to study at the Hector Berlioz Conservatory. His professors in Spain have been Juan Zacarés and Jesús Campos and in France Raymond Guiot and Michel Debost.

She has been awarded the first prizes in the following national competitions: Juventudes Musicales 1982, Unión Musical Española 1980 and Hazen (Yamaha) 1982. She was awarded the Fernando Zobel scholarship (Cuenca 1983). In 1981 he obtained the place of flute-flute in the Euskadi Symphony Orchestra, since he did not occupy the place when he joined the National Orchestra of Spain shortly afterwards.

As a concert performer he has performed with the Reina Sofia, Municipal de Valencia, Ciudad de Córdoba, Flanders Symphony, Villa de Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Cámara Española, Cámara de Cantábrico and Nacional de España groups under the direction of maestros such as J. López Cobos , J. Collado, A. Witt, M. Galduf, Max Bragado and Pablo González.

She is soloist flute of the National Orchestra of Spain from 1982, activity that combines with chamber music and teaching. She has been a teacher at the European Center for Music Studies "Neomúsica" in Madrid and the Conservatorio Superior de Música in Palma de Mallorca. Assiduously attends as a teacher the meetings of young orchestras (JONDE, JORCAM, OJA, JORVAL ...).