Juan Moreno

Juan Moreno Iglesias was born in Madrid on June 6, 1990 in a family of artists, his father the painter and sculptor Juan Moreno Aguado influences his humanistic and aesthetic formation. At the age of 6 he began his piano studies. In 2005 was admitted at the „Adolfo Salazar“  Conservatory of Music in Madrid, where he finished his studies at the Intermediate Level, and in July 2008 he passed the entrance examinations at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Musica de Madrid, where he finished his studies at the chair of Ana Guijarro with the highest qualifications. After that he obtains the title of Master in pedagogy in the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and in 2013 he is admitted in the Academy of music Franz Liszt in Budapest where he finishes his studies of Masterof music with highest honors under the tutelage of Gulyás Istvan and Hargitai Imre. In 2017 he passes the entrance examinations at the Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt in Weimar, where he is currently continuing his studies with professor Balázs Szokolai. He has been awarded in different national and international competitions, among them First Prize in the XI International Competition of San Sebastian 2005, First Prize in the 6th „Adolfo Salazar“ Competition of Madrid 2007 and prize in VII Certamen Musical Intercentros „Hazen“, Madrid 2007, and scholarship by Polimúsica in the same year. He receives for 6 years the scholarship  “Ministerium for science and education” until 2012 and from 2014 he is awarded with the state scholarship from the Hungarian government to support his studies in Budapest. As a soloist, he has offered concerts in important concert halls, highlighting his activity in the main Theatre of Pontevedra, Teatros del Canal, Auditorio Nacional de Musica de Madrid, marble hall of the Hungarian radio and the George Solti Hall in Budapest (among others). He has also participated in contests of chamber music and contemporary music inaugurating works by various composers. He receives master classes from Pascal Nemirovski, Eldar Nebolsin, Boris Berman and Zoltan Kocsis (among others).