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Julen

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He began his musical studies at the age of six, at the Municipal Conservatory of Music of Irun. At the age of seven he began to study violin with Raffaela Acella. She will be in charge of his instrumental training from the beginning to the end of the middle grade at the Conservatory of Irun. At the age of nine he participated in the string competition of Irun, "Interpretari lehiaketa iraunkorra gazteen - permanent competition for young performers 2004", with which he won the First Prize. On December 5, 2009, at the age of 14, he won the First Prize, in the professional grade category, as well as the First Prize for the best string player, in the "VIII Concurso Nacional de interpretación Intercentros Melómano" held in Madrid. Having passed the entrance exam that year, he began his music...

He began his musical studies at the age of six, at the Municipal Conservatory of Music of Irun. At the age of seven he began to study violin with Raffaela Acella. She will be in charge of his instrumental training from the beginning to the end of the middle grade at the Conservatory of Irun. At the age of nine he participated in the string competition of Irun, "Interpretari lehiaketa iraunkorra gazteen - permanent competition for young performers 2004", with which he won the First Prize. On December 5, 2009, at the age of 14, he won the First Prize, in the professional grade category, as well as the First Prize for the best string player, in the "VIII Concurso Nacional de interpretación Intercentros Melómano" held in Madrid. Having passed the entrance exam that year, he began his musical studies at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid, in the violin chair, with Professor Ana Chumachenco. In 2011 he performed as a soloist in several capitals of Spain: in the National Auditorium of Madrid with the Chamartín Symphony Orchestra, at the Miramon venue in San Sebastian with the Euskadi Symphony Orchestra in a workshop organized by the conductor Andrés Orozco Estrada, playing the Mendelssohn concerto. With this same repertoire he performed as soloist with the EIO, Euskal Ikasleen Orkestra in the Auditorio de Zaragoza, Kursaal de Donosti and Euskalduna de Bilbo. He is also the concertmaster of this orchestra in the projects carried out between 2010 and 2011. At the end of the 2010/11 academic year, he was awarded the most excellent student of the year, for which he received a diploma from Queen Sofia in a ceremony held at the Royal Palace of El Pardo. He performed as soloist the violin concerto by Tchaikovsky with the Bad Reichenhall Philharmonic in Germany, conducted by Christopher Adt. At the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía he received chamber music lessons from Heime Müller and Gunter Pichler. He is the first violin of the Albéniz Quartet, playing in concert at the National Auditorium in Madrid, and they win the prize for the best quartet of the course from the hands of Queen Sofia. At the end of 2013 he toured throughout Spain performing as soloist with Gordan Nikolitch as conductor and the Freixenet Symphony Orchestra of the Queen Sofia School, the 5th Mozart concerto. He plays in that orchestra as chief second violin and concertmaster in several projects, with conductors such as Pablo González, Ros Marbá, Andras Schiff, Günther Pichler Lopez Cobos and Pablo Heras-Casado. In 2014 he participated in various festivals, such as the Savonnlina Music Festival in Finland, playing with Ralf Gothoni and Miguel da Silva. He participated in master classes at the Liechtenstein musikakademie and in Schaffhausen. He received masterclasses from Lorin Maazel, Vadim Repin, Gerhardt Schulz , Igor Ozim, Gerard Poulet, Boris Kuschnir among others. In 2015 he was accepted for Master studies with Ana Chumachenco at the Hochschule fur Musik in Munich and won the international Humboldt scholarship. He played in the 2016 masterclasses with Ivry Gitlis in Munich. In 2016 he participates in the festivals Prussia Cove in England and Schiermonikoog in Holland and works with Philippe Graffin. In 2017 and 2018 he participates in masterclasses with Miriam Fried, Boris Kuschnir, Andras Schiff and Maurizio Fucks in Kronberg. He is accepted for master studies at the Hanns Eisler Hochschule in Berlin with Antje Weithaas. In the summer of 2018, he participates for the first time in the Ravel Festival Academie in France and receives lessons from Philip Graffin, Valentine Erben and Jean Francois Heisser. She participates in several concerts at the festival and receives the Prix Musee Bonnat Helleu. In 2019 he participates in several concerts with the Oiasso Camerata, playing and conducting Vivaldi's 4 Seasons at the Amaia Auditorium in Irun. This same year he wins the Juventudes Musicales scholarship for the fourth time and plays as soloist in the concert of laureates accompanied by the Andrés Segovia orchestra. In 2020 he participates again in the Festival Academie Ravel and is awarded the main prize of the Festival whose prize is to play Beethoven's Triple Concerto with the Orchestre de Nouvelle Aquitaine. He teaches at the Notenkind School in Berlin, giving lessons to students between the ages of 8 and 18. In 2021 he finishes his master's degree in Berlin. He participates in several orchestral projects in France. With the Orchestre des Champs Elysées and Philippe Herreweghe in Gent and with the Collegium Vocale. In 2022 he is invited to the Festival des Volques in Nymes, where he plays the quintet of Schubert's "The Trout" with Jean Francois Heisser at the piano. Since 2022 he lives in Madrid and participates in the projects of the orchestra of the community of Madrid, ORCAM.

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over 3 years of experience teaching online classes

  • Violin

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GermanConversational skills

EnglishFull proficiency

ItalianConversational skills

FrenchWorking proficiency

SpanishBilingual

Education

Master/Postgraduate Master Violine Hanns Eisler Hochschule

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