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Ricardo Gosalbo is a Spanish-French collaborative pianist. A devoted champion of Spanish and Hispano-American music, Ricardo combines his work as Spanish music tutor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with his duties as artistic director of the Hispanic Music Series.

A multifaceted music collaborator, Ricardo has also worked extensively with contemporary dancers and choreographers, having performed with the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, the Deutsches Fernsehballett and the Polish Dance Theatre.

He has won numerous prizes including the ‘Prix de Lied’ at the Concours International de chant-piano Nadia et Lili Boulanger, the Oxford Lieder Young Artist Platform and the Paul Hamburger Prize for voice and piano duo.

www.ricardogosalbo.com

Elena Marigómez was born in Segovia, Spain, in 1989. She is currently studying on the Postgraduate programme at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama, under the tutelage of LSO principal bassist Colin Paris. She has performed with a variety of orchestras including The LSO, OEX (Symphony Orchestra of Extremadura) & JONDE (National Youth Orchestra of Spain). In 2006, she won the first prize in “Jóvenes en Concierto” in Castile and Leon, Spain.

Rob Luft is an award winning 22-year old musician from London, and has often been described as one of the UK's most promising young jazz guitarists. Rob studied at The Royal Academy of Music, where he received the 2016 "Kenny Wheeler Jazz Prize" in association with Edition Records. He is a member of Byron Wallen's "Four Corners", Martin Speake's "Mafarowi" & Enzo Zirilli's "Zirobop". Concert highlights include performances with Django Bates & Loose Tubes, Gregory Porter, Hamish Stuart & Eddie Parker's 'Mister Vertigo'.

Bartosz Glowacki is one of the leading lights of a new generation of accordionists. He studied on the MA programme at The Royal Academy of Music with Owen Murray, and his artistic goal is to improve the awareness of the accordion in classical music, as well as to develop a new repertoire for his instrument.

Lucia Veintimilla started playing the violin at the age of four and obtained her degree with the highest qualification from Oviedo's Conservatoire and The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She has been awarded many prizes including VI National Instrumental Competition "Intercentros Melómano", Bancaja Camersim Chamber Music competition & The Wolfson Foundation 2014 Instrument Award. Lucía has worked with LSO, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and The Academy Academy of Ancient Music.