BIO

Biography

Adrián Albaladejo is a performer of the trombone and euphonium.

He studied to complete a degree in euphonium with Prof. Pablo Fernández at ESMUC (Barcelona), as well as a Master of Performance with a specialization in trombone at the Musik Akademie Basel with Prof. Mike Svoboda.

During his Master, he specialized in contemporary music through the Zone Experimentale Basel, led by Profs. Marcus Weiss, Jürg Henneberger and Mike Svoboda. 

He has been honored with several awards in competitions, including the Second Prize in Juventudes Musicales Spain, the Prize of the Anna Riera Foundation, and the First Prize at the international competition AETYB 2014 during the Spanish Congress for the Euphonium and Tuba.

He has received scholarships from such foundations as the Lyra Stiftung, Doms Stiftung, and Haiku Stiftung.

He regularly appears with Les Trombone de Balè (Switzerland), Basel Sinfonietta (Switzerland), Divertimento Ensemble (Italy), IEMA Ensemble (Germany), and Ensemble Diagonal (Switzerland). 

 

He has collaborated with Ensemble Courage (Germany), Crossing Lines Ensemble (Spain), Der gelbe Klang (Germany) and Ensemble Ö (Switzerland), and has worked in chamber productions at the Theater Basel (Switzerland).

Ensembles

Premiered, solos and chamber performances 

He has premiered solos and chamber music pieces, performing in festivals as:

 

Impuls (Graz, Austria)

Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival (Huddersfield, England)

Musik 21 Festival (Hannover, Germany)

Warsaw Autumn (Warsaw, Poland)

Lucerne Festival (Lucerne, Switzerland)

Zeiträume (Basel, Switzerland)

Ensems (Valencia, Spain)

Sampler Sèries (Barcelona, Spain)

Gaudeamus Muziekweek (Utrecht, Netherlands)

Klangspuren Schwaz, (Schwaz, Austria)

ars Braemia Musikfestival (Switzerland)

El sindicato de altavoces (Barcelona, Spain)

Sirga Festival (Terres de l'Ebre, Spain)

Rondò in Monferrato (Monferrato, Italy)

Rondò a Bobbio (Bobbio, Italy)

He perform with:

DUOSIGNAL (saxophone and trombone)

TACTUS PROJECT (clarinet, trombone, cello and piano)

KLANGLAB (ensemble)