Catalonia College of Music
The School is located in Barcelona at L'Auditori, a performing arts center inaugurated in 1999 which also houses three concert halls and is designated as the site of a museum of musical instruments. The school has an international faculty and student body, and includes departments for Classical and Contemporary Music, Early Music, Jazz and Popular Music, Traditional Music, Theory and Composition, Music Education, Music Business, and Sonology.
- Albert Guinovart, composition
- Agusti Charles, composition
- Mauricio Sotelo, composition
- Josep Borràs, current principal of the college.
- Kennedy Moretti, chamber music professor
- Xavier Castillo, clarinet
- Lorenzo Coppola, clarinet
- Vicens Prats, flute
- Vera Martínez Mehner, violin
- Johan Duijck, choral conducting
- Lutz Köhler, orchestra conducting
- Pedro Memelsdorff,
- Ashan Pillai , viola
- Karst de Jong, theory, improvisation
The school has several performing ensembles, including:
- Orquestra i Cor d'Antiga de l'ESMUC - early music ensemble and choir.
- Site of Museu de la Música
- Joan Melton Singing in musical theatre: the training of singers and actors 2007 p94 "Another regular teaching trip is in Barcelona at ESMUC, the Escola Superior de Musica de Catalunya. It's not like our conservatoires here, more like a university setup where they offer jazz, Catalán folk music, early music, ."
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