Pedro Estevan

Pedro estevan © Teresa Llordés
BIOGRAPHY

Born in Sax (Alicante) in 1951, he studied percussion at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid and in France (Aix en Provence) where he studied contemporary percussion with Sylvio Gualda, and African percussion with the Senegalese master Doudou Ndiaye Rose. He has also studied the technique of hand-drums with Glen Velez. A founding member of The Percussion Group of Madrid, he has worked with many important national and international musical formations such as the National Orchestra of Spain, Radio Television of Spain, Madrid Symphony Orchestra, Gulbenkian of Lisbon, Orchestra of the 18th Century directed by Frans Brüggen and with the groups: Koan, Sacqueboutiers de Toulouse, Paul Winter Consort, Camerata Iberia, Anleut Música, Ensemble La Romanesca, Accentus, Sinfonye, La Real Cámara and Ensemble Baroque de Limoges.

An eclectic musician, Pedro Estevan specializes in early music with Hespèrion XXI, Le Concert des Nations, Laberintos Ingeniosos and contemporary music with Rarafonía. He has composed music for Alesio by Ignacio García May and for La Gran Sultana by Cervantes directed by Adolfo Marsillach. As a soloist he has performed with the Spanish National Chamber Orchestra and the Reina Sofía Orchestra, and has taken part in various theatrical productions by Lluís Pasqual, Núria Espert and Adolfo Marsillach. He has been the musical director of the production El Caballero de Olmedo by Lope de Vega, directed by Lluís Pasqual. Pedro Estevan has participated in more than 100 albums, including his own works Nocturnos y Alevosias and El aroma del Tiempo. He is a teacher of historical percussion at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya.

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