CARLOS PERÓN CANO (violinist and composer) |
Born in 1976 in Madrid. He began his music studies at the age of 10 years with the professor Manuel del Real and continues his studies with professors as Adriana Marchinkova, Ana Baget, Manuel Guillén and Hermes Kriales.
He finished international courses with masters as Vartan Manoogian, Agustín León Ara, Ara Malikian, Lorand Fenyves, Christof Bruggemann, Arcadi Futer, Oleg Lev, Liang Chai, Volkmar Holz, Boris Kuniev and Alexander Detisov. In the area of composition he has participated in courses given by Mauricio Kagel and Enrique Blanco (teacher of armony), and also taken part in conferences given by masters as G.Ligeti, E.Fubini, K.Penderecki, Luis de Pablo, K.Stockhausen, Klaus Huber, H.W.Henze and Claudia Colombatti.
He has been concertmaster of the string quartet from Madrid and maestro of the choirs "Amadeo Vives" (2001-2002) and "Federico Chueca" of the township Madrid (2002-2003). He has also been maestro of the chamber orchestra "Jóvenes Virtuosos" of the township Madrid, which among others plays in the monumental theatre and in the auditorium Joaquín Rodrigo of Madrid.
Moreover he dedicates himself to the world of composition as a member of the S.G.A.E. (General Association for authors and publishers) and has more than 220 opus and more than 50 premieres in his production. He has premiered and conducted his workpieces with orchestras as the Symphonic Opera Orchestra from San Sebastián de los Reyes (Madrid), with the Orchestra "Jóvenes Virtuosos" of the township Madrid, with the Orchestra of the Autonomic University from Madrid and the chamber orchestra Joaquín Turina, with the Project Guerrero, with the Plural Ensemble, with the Duo An-tifón, with the Ensemble “Solistas de Sevilla”, with the ensemble Arpista Ludovico and the Duo Bartok, such as with the chorale of the University from Murcia (International Festival of Young Orchestras 2002).
He has collaborated with masters as Ananda Sukarlan, Maria Rosa Calvo-Manzano, Angel Luis Castaño, Iagoba Fanlo, Miquel Bernat, Robert Wetzel, Serjoud Kradjian, Eugenio Tobalina, Joaquín Clerch, Pavel Crisan, Breno Ambrosini, Paul Meyer, Ros Marbà, Odon Alonso and Ara Malikian, and groups as Tantalus guitar quartet, Terpsícore guitar quartet, Arirang Quintett, Stelios-Vassilis guitar duo and Castellani-Andriaccio guitar duo (USA).
His works have been played and premiered in Mexico, France, Malaisia, Peru, England, Germany, Austria (Aspekte Festival) and in Turkey (XIX International Music Festival of Ankara) such as in Spain (Ávila, Segovia, Sigüenza, Barcelona, Palencia, Murcia and in the township of Madrid (National Auditorium)).
His works has also been recorded for the National broadcast from Spain (Radio Nacional de España) and for the Spanish TV (Televisión Española TV2). His music is published in the publishing house Arte Tripharia and Really Good Music, LLC. In the year 2000 five of his opus have been nominated for the prizes of the S.G.A.E. and he has been signalized in the competition of Young Composers of the CDMC (Centre for the distribution of contemporary music, 2005).
He has written articles and also given an interview for the music magazine "Mundo Clásico" such as collaborated as music and image consultant with the company Globomedia S.A., for Antena 3 (TV).
He has studied composition with the Madrid composer David del Puerto (National Music Prize) and also collaborated with the composer Jesús Rueda (National Music Prize) and Joan Valent. With Joan Valent he has performed an orchestra elaboration of a folk play for the philharmonic orchestra of Gran Canaria (2002).