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Rubén Parejo

Rubén Parejo

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Born in Castelló de Rugat near Valencia, Spanish guitarist Ruben Parejo was awarded prizes in prestigious international guitar competitions such as the XIV “López Chavarri” competition,  Ramírez Competition (first prize), José Luís González International Guitar Competition (first prize) and XXX “Francisco Tárrega” competition (Valencia prize). 

He has been invited to conduct numerous master-classes around the world and has acted as the director of the Vall d'Albaida Music School since its foundation in 1995. His repertoire covers all musical periods and styles, as well as performances as soloist with various groups and ensembles. 

He has performed in the Netherlands, at Údine and Roma Fernando Sor Festivals in Italy, Oliveira do Bairro Guitar Circle in Portugal, Morelia International Guitar Festival in México, Guitares du Monde Festival in Perpignan France, the Montserrat Chamber Music Festival in Spain, and  Guitarras del Mundo Festival in Argentina, Germany, USA… in which his interpretation received raving reviews from newswpapers such as II Messaggero Veneto, Il Gazzetino, Levante. His solo CD "Homenaje a J.L. González" (1998) received international acclaim in magazines such as the Gendai Guitar in Japan, CD Reivew, Ciudad de Alcoi, Las Provincias. In 2001 he has released a voice/guitar CD: "Seguidillas y Canciones" and later recorded for movies and various radio and TV channels. He has also recorded with Nuevo Tango Zinger Septet (2007), Capella Saetabis (2008) and Arts XXI (2008).

Ruben Parejo regularly collaborates with the Grup Instrumental de Valencia, specialized in the performance of contemporary music. He is also a member of the chamber ensembles Ébano (J. Sanz-oboe), Gioco (guitar quartett), Poemusia (poetry and guitar), Entrecordes (guitar duet- J.Arnau), Trío-Sonata ( M. Kovarik-violin, S. Tos-flute) and Romantic Guitar Duo with Rafel Sala. He has also collaborated with Masahiro Aramaki, Daniel Bourgue, Monserrat Caballé, Pablo Zinger and Traían lonescu. 

For many years he studied with José Luis González and participated in the master­classes of Rosa Gil, José Tomás, Abel Carlevaro and David Russell.

Ruben Parejo also studied conducting, with Gerardo Pérez Busquier, Norman Milanés, J. R. Pascual Vilaplana and Jan Cober, and has been the music director of several vocal ensembles, choir groups and wind orchestras.

He is the artistic director of the "Luys Milán" International Guitar Festival and a faculty at the Valencia Conservatory of Music.

www.rubenparejo.com

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