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My story

Juan Ferrer (Montserrat, Valencia, ) is one of the most versatile and active Spanish clarinetists of his generation and the first Spaniard to be part of the juries of the prestigious Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, Ghent, in Belgium, Versailles (France), Competition for Asia and Oceania in Taipei (Taiwan), Carlino (Italy) in which he has also offered recitals and master classes, a pedagogical work that he develops with students from all over the world and in universities in Europe, Asia. Recently this activity has been seen endorsed by the invitation to participate as an international teacher for the Simón Bolívar Foundation, (Currently El Sistema) with three annual meetings starting with the 2017-18 season. and which continues (On Line) in 2020 and 2021 due to the Pandemic World .

An artist of the Buffet-Crampon Paris and Vandoren Paris brand, Ferrer is part of the OSG (Orquesta Sinfónica De Galicia), of which he is principal clarinet—since 1994, although his activity as a performer has led him to offer concerts in China, Taiwan, Switzerland, France, Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Brazil, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Paraguay; Argentina, throughout Spain, Europe and America both as a soloist and in recitals as well as with chamber groups such as the Trío Untía, the Grupo Instrumental Siglo XX or the OSG Soloist Quintet of which he is a member.

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He has been a regular guest of the Leipzig Radio Orchestra, the Liceu Orchestra of Barcelona, the Palau de les Arts of Valencia, the National Orchestra of Catalonia and the RTVE Orchestra among many others and has worked under the orders of some of the most prestigious batons: Gustavo Dudamel, Lorin Maazel, Daniel Harding, Sir Neville Marriner, Osmo Vänska, Guennadi Rozdestvenski, Peter Maag, James Conlon, Jesús López Cobos, Stanislaw Scrowaczewski, Dima Slobodeniouk, Gian andrea Noseda, Christoph Eschenbach, Juanjo Mena or Alberto Zedda among many others.

Invited by juries from all over the world, Juan Ferrer is a Professor at the Alfonso Young OSG, Young Symphony Orchestra of Euskadi, National Youth Symphony of Catalonia, Young Orchestra of the Canary Islands... In addition, he usually teaches courses in Spain, France, China, Taiwan, Italy, Portugal, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Belgium, Russia, Argentina, in addition to participating as a Spanish artist in six editions of the Ibero-American Clarinet Academy. in Castelo de Paiva (Portugal).


He has just recorded an album with the pianist Daniel Del Pino with works dedicated to him by internationally renowned authors: Salvador Brotóns, Fernado Buide, Eduardo Soutullo, Karolis Biveinis,. Octavio Vázquez, Wladimir Rosinskij and Juan Durán.

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