Jesús Perogil Ostos


He was born in Seville (Spain) in 2001. Since 2019 he has been a student at the Higher Music Center of the Basque Country Musikene with professor Liana Gourdjia.

He began his studies in 2009 with Professor Javier Suescun and continued studying with Jose Belmonte and Juan Luis Pérez. He has received master classes from Nicolás Dautricourt, Francesca Dego, Tatiana Samouil, Joaquín Torre, and at Musikene, from Dmitri Makhtin, Natasha Titch, Cecilia Bercovich, Robert Treviño and Aitzol Iturriagagoitia. He was prize winner in the IV edition of the Andalusian contest for young performers Ciudad de Sanlúcar.

He has participated in numerous national and international concerts and festivals, such as the Joaquín Turina International Chamber Music Festival in Seville, the Isla Cristina International Chamber Music Festival, the ClasClás International Chamber Music Festival in Vilagarcía de Arousa, where He had the honor of receiving classes from the prestigious Guarneri Trio in Prague, the San Telmo Abierto cycles, and the Seville Early Music Festival, where he has shared the stage with Enrico Casazza.

He has played as a soloist on various occasions, with the orchestra of professors of the Cristóbal de Morales conservatory, with the Camerata Galante of Seville and with the Joven Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla, of which he has also been a part as concertmaster.

He studied at the Barenboim-Said Foundation under the tutelage of Professors Branislav Sisel and Jacek Policinsky. He is a member of the Orquesta Joven de Andalucía (OJA), the Euskal Herriko Gazte Orkestra (EGO), the Joven Orquesta Nacional de España (JONDE), the German orchestra Neue Philharmonie München and selected as a reserve in the European Union Youth Orchestra. (EUYO). He has recently been admitted as a professional in the Euskadiko Orkestra Sinfonikoa (OSE) as a tutti violin collaborator under the orders of maestro Robert Treviño. It has been directed by directors of the size of Pablo Heras-Casado, Juanjo Mena, John Axelrod, Victor Páblo Pérez, Sarah Ioannides, Lucas Macías, Pedro Halffter, and Manuel Hernández-Silva, among others.

As a Musikene student he played solo with the Camerata Heisenberg, and as concertmaster of the student Symphony Orchestra. He has also been directed by Ernest Martínez and Nacho de Paz in special contemporary music programs, with whom he has recorded various works. In 2020, he played his work for solo violin, In Nomine, for the composer Pascal Dusapin, in the special series of concerts dedicated to him.

He plays a violin made by Italian master luthier Danielle Tonarelli.

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