Roger Morelló Ros 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 Musethica International Chamber Music Festival Berlin 2018, 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, Palau de la Música Catalana, Pau Casals Auditorium and Josep Carreras Auditorium, among others.
He studied with David Blay in Conservatory of Music of Vila-seca (Spain) where he finished with an Honour Award and the best qualifications in chamber music. Later on he studied his Bachelor with Damian Martínez Marco in Musikene (Basque Country, Spain) finishing with the best cello and chamber music qualifications. In 2018 he finished a Master with Maria Kliegel in Cologne University of Music (Germany) with an excellent final grade and from october 2018 he will continue studying Concert Exam (Artist Diplom) with her. Other strong influences in his development have been Marta Casals, Benedicte Palko, Marta Moll de Alba, Andoni Mercero, Ludmila Railean, Anthony Spiri, Harold Schoneweg, Megumi Hashiba and Andreas Frölich.
Roger gives great importance to his solist and chamber music career. He has been selected as a Resident Artist 2018/19 at La Pedrera (Gaudí’s building in Barcelona). From 2018 he is a fellow from Werner Richard - Dr. Carl Dörken Stiftung, wich entails a tour of concerts in Germany. 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 and since then he has been invited to play in several important events of the foundation. In 2014 he recorded the J.Brahms Op.114 trio for the Spanish National Radio. As a chamber musician he has shared the stage with artists such as Maria Kliegel, Anthea Kreston (Artemis Quartet), Stephan Forck (Vogler Quartet), Avri Levitan, Daniel Austrich (Michelangelo Quartet) and Damian Martínez.
He is prizewinner in numerous competitions like Chamber Music Competition from the Cologne University of Music (1st prize), Manhattan International Music Competition (Silver prize), The North International Music Competition (1st prize), International Music Competition Berlin (2nd prize), International Music Competition Berlin 2016 (3rd prize), Capmany Competition (1st prize), Girona Competition (1st prize), Vila-seca Academy Competition (1st prize), Higini Anglès Competition (1st prize), Vila de Salou Competition (1st prize), Sant Cugat Competition (3rd prize) among others.
He participated in master classes from Frans Helmerson, Johannes Moser, Peter Bruns, Claudio Bohorquez, Troels Svane, Stephan Forck, Raphaël Pidoux, Leonid Gorokhov, Zsolt Gárdonyi, Louise Hopkins, Eduard Schmieder, Lewis Kaplan, Barnabás Kelemen, Florence Millet, Johannes Schöllhorn, Fabio Bidini, Matthias Buchholz, Ariadne Daskalakis, Werner Dickel, Oliver Wille, Midori Seiler, Emmanuelle Bertrand, Oriol Aymat, Kai Gleusteen, Andrew Sherwood, Jane Hyland, Peter Thiemann, Richard Talkowsky, Cecilio Tieles, José Luis Estellés, Antony Pey, Trio Kandinsky and Quartet Casals, where he received new musical inspiration.
Future projects include concerts at the Euregio Musik Festival (Germany) and Offenbach Festival (Germany), a recording for the Deutschlandfunk (German Radio) in a concert in the Bochum Fokus Festival (Germany) and the CD recording of the F.Schubert string quintet for the belgian company called The Bayard Partnership.
DSM Photographer: David Ausserhofer