Ivan Boumans

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Ivan Boumans, born in November 1983 in Madrid, Spain, is a Spanish/Luxembourgish musician, composer, conductor and teacher

Life and studies[edit]

Boumans grew up and studied music in Spain, his mother's country.

In 1998 he moved to Luxembourg, where is father is from, where he studied at the Conservatory of Luxembourg studying composition, orchestra conducting, music history, piano, clarinet and organ. In 2006 he enrolled in the CNSMDP (Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris) where he won prizes in harmony, fugue, counterpoint, 20th-century music writing, orchestration and conducting. His studies in Paris were rewarded with a master diploma in music writing in June 2011.

Compositions[edit]

His catalogue of works contains more than 100 pieces of several music styles from chamber music works to film music to symphonic pieces. His works have been performed in Spain, Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Switzerland, Greece and the United States (in New York), among other countries.

Other activities[edit]

He currently teaches at the Music Conservatory of Luxembourg. He is also music director of the Harmonie Municipale de Rollingergrund, d'Chorale Ste. Cécile of Wormeldange and of the Luxembourg Studio Orchestra, all of them Luxembourgish ensembles.

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