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Andrés Valero
He studied at the Superior Conservatoires of Valencia and Murcia, where he got eight degrees and won four Honour Mentions and the Honor Prize for the end of Degree in Composition. His most relevant teachers have been: R. Ramos, L. Balada, E. García Asensio, E. Cifre, M. Galduf, F. Tamarit, J. Mª Vives, V. Campos, etc. He has done a great number of specialization and postgrade courses. He has gotten the Advanced Postgraduate Studies (D.E.A) by the Catholic University of Valencia. Since 2004 he is a Composition Professor at "J. Rodrigo" Superior Conservatoire of Valencia.

He has won important awards and prizes. His works have been played in most of Europe, in the U.S.A., Argentina, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Japan, Korea, Singapur, etc. He has been commissioned to write music for different institucions, as well as other important musicians and groups. His scores are published in Spain, France, Switzerland, and USA. Of his ample discography, emphasize the monographic recordings produced by IVM, and the WWM (The Netherlands). He has been head member of the Valencian Symphonic Composers Association, and he has been resident composer of the International Festival Spanish Brass (Alzira, 2005), and of the Young Orchestra of the Valencian Goverment (2005-06). He has been the first interpreted alive composer in the Palau of the Arts "Reina Sofía" of Valencia (2006).

He was the Principal Guest Conductor of the Primitiva of Llíria, and founder of the Ensemble Estudi Obert. He was conductor of the Symphonic Band of the CIM of Mislata, and the SAM of Picassent. He has been a guest conductor among other formation, for the Municipal Symphonic Band of Madrid, Valencia, Alicante, and Santiago de Compostela, band of FSMCV, and the Day of Valencian Music. He has conducted the premiere in Spain of " Symphony nº 2 " of L. Balada, "Prayer" of H. Mertens, and of "Estudi per l'intonazione del mare" of S. Sciarrino, for 210 musicians, (Ensems 2004), as well as several absolute premieres, emphasizing the opera "Narayantán" of R. Mira (Ensems 2005).