Miquel Ortega

Barcelona ( 1963 )
Miquel Ortega
He was born in Barcelona into a family without any musical background. His musical education was at the Conservatori Superior del Liceu. In 1979 he was appointed as one of the maestros at the Gran Teatre del Liceu thanks to the baritone Vicente Sardinero.
He continued his education with the maestro Ernest Xancó (Violin), Manuel Oltra (Counterpoint, Instrumentation and Composition) and with Antoni Ros Marbà (Orchestral Conducting).
In 1990 he moved to Madrid as concertmaster of the National Lyrical Theatre, La Zarzuela, where he started his work as an orchestral conductor under the encouragement of Miquel Roa and Emilio Sagi. He is a member of the Catalan Composers Society and several of his works have been performed both in Spain and abroad.
His work can be classified as part of the neo-Classical tonal style nature with sporadic, very Mediterranean, atonal incursions.

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Miquel Ortega
An opera by Miquel Ortega based on one of García Lorca’s best-known plays

An opera by Miquel Ortega based on one of García Lorca’s best-known plays

Tritó is preparing the publication of the score of the opera La casa de Bernarda Alba by Miquel Ortega, one of the publisher’s regular collaborators. The work, which sets to music a libretto by Julio Ramos that adapts the well-known tragedy by ...
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Collection Música Breu

Collection Música Breu

Tritó Edicions is pleased to present the new collection of chamber music scores. Titled Música Breu, it consists of a series of short Spanish pieces for chamber orchestra.  In December the following titles were published, which you can obtain ...
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