B i o g r a p h y
Rubén Ramiro (Valladolid , 1984 ) is a Spanish pianist specialized in the performance of Spanish music, but in his concerts he also includes other works of the classical repertoire, especially of Franz Liszt. Critics have highlighted its adaptation to technical and stylistic requirements of each periods and his clean and bright articulation.
In 2013 he recorded a CD for Naxos label, the fourth volume of the complete piano music of Albéniz that Guillermo Gonzalez had started.
He began his musical studies at the School of Music of Medina del Campo with Lourdes Barbado, continuing at the Professional Conservatories of Zamora and Valladolid with Natividad Gamazo, Maria Luisa Carvajal and Diego Fernández Magdaleno.
He continued his studies at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid with piano teachers Guillermo González and Elena Orobio and chamber music with Belén González Domonte.
In 2005 he obtained a scholarship to study at the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg (Austria ) with George Kern.
He has been working with teachers like Joaquin Soriano, Jean Paul Sevilla, Ana Guijarro, Jacques Rouvier and Sergio Perticarolli, among others.
As a soloist he took first prize in the III Jóvenes Intérpretes Competition of the Rotary Club of Valladolid, and prizes at the V National Piano Competition “Ciudad de la Línea ", at the XII and XIII International Competition "Ciudad de San Sebastián " and at the XIII International Competition" José Roca" in Valencia.
He has performed in numerous Spanish cities and important concert halls such as Auditorio Ciudad de León and the Palau de la Música in Valencia, and in Europe such as Paris, Normandy and the Wiener Saal in Salzburg, and had performed live for Radio Clásica of Spain National Radio.
His commitment to the dissemination of contemporary musical creation is reflected in the world premieres performed as well as the works of composers Francisco García Alvarez and Antonio Noguera that have been dedicated to him. He has done the research Antonio Noguera. An approach to his piano works.
He currently combines his artistic activity with teaching at the Conservatory of Music in Burgos.