Roger Morelló was born in 1993 in Reus (Spain). He performed in countries such as Great Britain, France, Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Spain and played in festivals like Aurora Winter Classic Festival 2016 in Sweden and Echo Festival 2016 in Italy. Furthermore, as a soloist he performed in important concert halls like Philarmonie Berlin, Pau Casals Auditorium and Josep Carreras Auditorium, among others. In april 2014 he recorded the Brahms clarinet, cello and piano trio for the Spanish National Radio.
He is prizewinner in numerous competitions like The North International Music Competition 2017, International Music Competition Berlin 2017, International Music Competition Berlin 2016, Capmany Competition 2014, Girona Competition 2011, Vila-seca Academy Competition 2010, Higini Anglès Competition 2009, Vila de Salou Competition 2008 and Sant Cugat Competition 2007, among others.
From 2016 he is a member of Live music now from Yehudi Menuhin Society that includes making social concerts during three years in Germany. He won a scholarship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in 2016.
Roger receibed advise and participated in master classes, among others, with Frans Helmerson, Peter Bruns, Johannes Moser, Claudio Bohorquez, Troels Svane, Stephan Forck, Raphaël Pidoux, Leonid Gorokhov, Louise Hopkins, María de Macedo, Quartet Casals, Antony Pay.
He studied with David Blay in Conservatory of Music of Vila-seca (Spain) where he finished with an Honour Award. Later on he studied his Bachelor with Damian Martínez Marco in Musikene (Basque Country, Spain) finishing with the best cello qualifications. Actually he is studying a Master with Maria Kliegel in Cologne University of Music (Germany). Other strong influences in his development have been Marta Casals, Benedicte Palko, Marta Moll de Alba, Andoni Mercero, Ludmila Railean, Anthony Spiri.
Future projects include a recital at the Palau de la Música Catalana, a perfomance in the Rhein-Ruhr Festival in Germany and the recording of the Schubert string quintet in C Major for The Bayard Partnership.
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