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We are passionate about music, creativity and going beyond the ordinary. We walk towards the search for beauty and poetry through music.

Lucia Fernandez


Lucía is a Spanish violinist, who is currently combining her Master studies at the Musik Hochschule Karlsruhe with concerts in Spain, Germany and France. After finishing her studies with honours in the violin speciality in Spain with Prof. Ana María López Pintor, Lucía began her studies at the Conservatorio Superior de Castilla La Mancha with Prof. Santiago Juan, Paloma Pierzchala and Vlad Stanculeasa, finishing at the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg with Julia Schröder, thanks to the Erasmus scholarship. At this institution, she continued her studies of Kontaktstudium für Ensemble und Kammermusik. In her academic formation she has been advised by Claudio Forcada, Sergio Castro, Sergey Fatkulin, Anna Baget, Miguel Colom, Corrado Bolsi, Joaquín Torre, Lina Tur, Beverly Lunt, Marie Tampere, Emily Körner and Weigang Li. She has been admitted at the Beatik Altea Festival with Prof. Krzysztof Wegrzyn (founder and honorary president of the Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition in Hannover) and at the Old Ox Music Festival in Stockholm with professor and soloist Barnabas Kelemen in 2020 and with Olivier Charlier in 2021. Since 2019, she has been a member of the New Music Institute in Freiburg, where she has worked with leading composers such as Globokar and Séverine Ballon and since 2022 she is working with the CLASSIC ART VIENNA agency.

She has participated in projects with several national and international youth orchestras, such as the Joven Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Joven Orquesta de Castilla La Mancha, Mediterranean Chamber Orchestra, Sinfonie Crescendo Freiburg, Junge Norddeutsche Orchestra, etc. She has collaborated with great orchestras such as the Royal Orchestra Concertgebouw, Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid, and in 2018 she was selected as an academician in the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, as assistant of the concertmaster with the conductor Pablo Heras Casado. 

She has been awarded in competitions such as Juventudes Musicales of Ávila with Loxia Quartet (2nd Price), in Wolfgang Rihm Competition with the collaboration of Kultur Fonds Baden (2nd Price), in the 'Les Corts' Competition in Barcelona (Public price, ESTA price), in the Verao Classico Festival (3rd Price), the three of them together with the Trio Atria. In June 2018 she was awarded in the soloist competition of the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Castilla La Mancha to perform with the Orquesta Sinfónica del CSMCLM the concerto op. 64 by Felix Mendelssohn.

Alvaro Berlanga

The Spanish cellist Álvaro Berlanga is described by his teachers as a creative and talented cellist. After finishing his studies at the University of Music of Castilla la Mancha (Spain), in 2019 he starts his Master studies at the University of Music in Freiburg with Elena Cheah.

He has performed on important stages in France, Germany, Belgium, Spain, the United States, Greece, Italy and England. Among his most relevant projects, the participation in 2017 in the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme in England, conducted by Marin Alsop, and in 2018 'Side by side' project with the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, conducted by Seymon Bychkov, stand out.

As a soloist, in 2017 he was awarded to play the Concerto No.1 in A minor by Saint-Säens with the orchestra of the Universidad de Música Castilla la Mancha (Spain). In 2019 he would play again, this time Shostakovich's Concerto No. 1 as part of his last recital. He has participated in international festivals such as the Old Ox Music Festival (Sweden), Britten-Prears Festival (England), Festival 'La Mortella' (Italy). In June 2021 he was invited to participate in the "Europäische Akademie für Musik und Darstellende Kunst" in Montepuciano (Italy), organised by the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln and the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg (Germany).

As an orchestral musician, from 2015 to 2019, he was a member of the Joven orquesta de Madrid (JORCAM), and since 2017 as section leader. He has been invited to play with orchestras such as the Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid (ORCAM), Sinfonieorchester Crescendo Freiburg, Junge Norddeutsche Orchester, or since 2022 in the Gustav Mahler Jungend Orchester. In 2018 he was selected as Academician of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Granada (OCG). Between 2019-2021 he has participated in projects with the Neuemusik Institute in Freiburg, such as the "Particles Projekt" conducted by Johannes Schöllhorn and Pascal Pons.

As a chamber musician, in 2018 he founded the Cuarteto Loxia in Spain, with which he received the 2nd prize in the Juventudes Musicales de Ávila Competition, touring the Spanish geography that same year. In 2019 he founded the Trio Atria in Freiburg, with which he has performed several concerts in Germany, Spain and Portugal. They have been awarded third prize at the Verao Clásico 2021 Festival in Lisbon and have recently received the Rainer Koch-Gedächtnis for the best performance of a work by Wolfgang Rihm. Since 2021, they have been studying for a Master's degree in Chamber Music at the Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe with Michael Uhde.

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