My musical biography

Born in Mar de Plata (Argentina), Felipe García moved to Madrid, Spain at the age of 3, where he later began his music education at the “Conservatorio Profesional de Música Arturo Soria”. He later studies in several conservatories in Spain, The Netherlands and the UK, including CODARTS hogeschool voor de kunsten, ArtEZ hvdk and the Royal Academy of Music. His teachers include Jose Enrique Bouche, Jeroen Reuling and Lionel Handy among others.


Alongside from his formal studies, Felipe García has been a member of several orchestras, some of those being: Jorcam (Joven Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid, of which he was principal of his section between 2007and 2010), Jonde (Joven orquesta nacional de España), Orquesta Inventas and Orcam (Orquesta de la comunidad de Madrid). As a chamber musician he has performed at some of the most renowned auditoria in Spain and The Netherlands: Auditorio Nacional (Madrid), Auditorio Eduardo del Pueyo (Zaragoza), Palau de la Música (Valencia) , L’Auditori (Castellón) and De Doelen (Rotterdam) and has been invited to several festivals including Zeist Muziekedaagen, Internationaal Kamermuziek Festival Schiermonikoog or De Dag van de Romantische Muziek. His work as a soloist includes performances with both the symphonic and the baroque orchestras of the Conservatory “Arturo Soria”, as well as with Cameratta Rotterdam.


He has taken part in different competitions, wining the first prize at the “Hazen Chamber Music Competition” in Madrid in 2006 and the second prize at the National Chamber Music Competition “Cuitat de Burriana” in 2010. He has received master-classes from Patrick Demenga, Gary Hoffmann, Marçal Cervera and Marcio Carneiro among others.