Emilio Aragón

La Habana ( 1959 )
Qualified in piano at the Conservatorio Superior in Madrid with Rafael Solís, he continued to study composition at the New England Conservatory in Boston with John Heiss and conducting with Richard Hoenich.


His work "Parks" is chosen to be premiered at the New England Conservatory’s Composers season at the Jordan Hall in Boston in April 2001.

Together with Fernando Bernués, he performs the role of stage director at the IV SGAE Theatre, Music and Dance Awards (Max Awards) where, as guest conductor, he leads the Bilbao Symphony Orchestra.


Having been asked to compose a musical tale, Emilio Aragón premiers his work "El Soldadito de Plomo" (The little lead soldier) in February 2002, based on the popular tale by Andersen. This premiere was performed by the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Emilio at the Canary Islands Classical Music Festival. In May 2002, this programme was repeated when Emilio conducted the Galicia Symphony Orchestra in La Coruña. In September of this year, "El Soldadito de Plomo" premiers in Madrid with the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra at the National Auditorium in the presence of HRH, the Princ

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Children’s classics in the Solfa la Redonda collection

Children’s classics in the Solfa la Redonda collection

Two new titles have been added to the Solfa la Redonda collection of CDs for children, which maintains its policy of motivating and encouraging children to get to know classical music, this time counting on the voices of Gonzalo de Castro and Javier
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