Andreu Brunat
Andreu Brunat


May 2001

Andreu  Brunat  


Andreu Brunat had been studying postgraduate studies in the Conservatorium van Amsterdam with Walter van Hauwe after finishing his studies in the Conservatori Superior Municipal de Música de Barcelona, where he studied with Josep Maria Saperas i Joan Izquierdo. In this school he was a disciple of Albert Llanas, Ramon Porter and Xavier Boliart, among others; he has token also lessons with Alfredo Bernardini, Annelie de Mann, Wouter Möller, Marijke Miessen and Glen Wilson.
He has performed as a soloist in several occasions, with orchestras as Gèrminans Chamber Orquestra and the youth Tarragona Baroque Orchestra. He's a founder of the Inegal Consort, dedicated to baroque chamber music; with this ensemble he has performed concert in Casa Elizalde, the Student Colleges concert series and the "Joan Pelegrí" concert series. He's member of Rubato, the Ensemble Chaconne, the Ensemble La Ensalada and Sforzinda renaissance consort. He has performed several solo recitals in concert halls like Casa Golferichs, where he gave the première of "Tonatiuh", work dedicated to him by the young catalan composer Carles Tort.

He has collaborated in several theater works, as "Lady Julia" of A.Strindberg, in the Víctor Herrando Theater School, and the performances of the Historical Dance Class of teh CSMMB. His repertoires includes a large variety of music styles, with works by composers such as G. P. Da Palestrina, A.Vivaldi, J.S.Bach, B.Maderna, L.Berio and K.Stockhausen.

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