Carlos Ramón was born in Crevillent (Alicante) in 1989. He holds a higher diploma in the trumpet from the Massotti Higher Conservatory in Murcia and a degree in conducting from Zuyd University – Conservatorium Maastricht (Netherlands), where he also completed a Master’s in conducting in 2016. He was taught by such distinguished conductors as José Rafael Pascual Vilaplana, Manuel Mondéjar Criado and Jan Cober. He has attended seminars led by Alex Schillings, Felix Hauswirth, Eugene Corporon, Carlo Pirola, Johan de Meij, Rafael Sanz-Espert, László Marosi, Yves Segers and Douglas Bostock.
He has appeared as guest conductor with the Luxembourg “Grand Ducale” Military Band, the European Union Youth Wind Orchestra, the Barcelona Symphony Band and the Banda Municipal d’Alacant.
In 2017 he won the 7th European Conductors Competition organised by the European Brass Band Association in Oostende (Belgium), and was also awarded the Audience Prize. In July 2017 he won the Golden Baton at the world’s most important event for conductors, the International Conductors Competition, part of the World Music Contest in Kerkrade.
He has been resident conductor of the Agrupación Musical do Rosal (Pontevedra) and AMCE Santa Cecilia (Elda), and artistic director of the Jove Banda Simfònica of the Valencian Federació de Societats Musicals. Currently he is conductor of the Unión Musical Torrevejense and assistant conductor of the Barcelona Symphony Band.