Ramon Humet

Barcelona ( 1968 )

Ramon Humet’s music is delicate and subtle, with high poetic imagination. Humet is a hope for the future; he has a fine ear, and a spirit full of light. Jonathan Harvey "Humet crea paisajes sonoros tremendamente evocadores." Pablo González Ramon Humet studied harmony, improvisation and piano with Gerry Weil and Harriet Serr in Caracas, Venezuela. Also he studied composition and orchestration with Josep Soler in Barcelona. He has attended master classes with composers such as Jonathan Harvey, Brian Ferneyhough, Tristan Murail, Salvatore Sciarrino, Walter Zimmermann, Helmut Lachenmann, George Crumb, Beat Furrer, Mauricio Sotelo, Jose Luis Campana,
Jesus Rueda, Benet Casablancas and Joan Guinjoan.
He has won the Olivier Messiaen International Composition Prize, the XXIV Queen Sofia Composition Prize, and the Joaquin Rodrigo - Villa de Madrid Composition Prize. Also he has had different international commissions.
He holds the degree of Engineer of Telecommunications, from Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, with a concentration in Electronic Equipments. He teaches acoustics in the Conservatory of the Liceu (Barcelona), and analyses in the Conservatory of Vila-seca. He also studies shakuhachi with shihan Horacio Curti.

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New commissions and recordings by Ramon Humet

New commissions and recordings by Ramon Humet

Next season 15/16 will see the world premiere of the new commission from Orquesta Nacional de España to our composer Ramon Humet: 'El temps i la campana' (Time and the Bell), for piano and orchestra, work that will be premiered on 23, 24 and 25 ...
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Catalogues by composer now available

Catalogues by composer now available

The free catalogues by composer are now available. In them you can locate all the works – scores, books and CDs – which have been published by Tritó and which are available in our shop.
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A symphonic spring for Ramon Humet

A symphonic spring for Ramon Humet

This season is proving to be a prolific one as regards Ramón Humet’s symphonic activity. The performances of “Escenas de pájaros” by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra conducted by Roberto Minczuk and the OBC conducted by Rubén Gimeno have been ...
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