Jorge Corcho Municio


Barroque cello

He started his music studies at the age of 6 with Carmen Agúndez in the C.O.M. (“Official Conservatory”) Hermanos Berzosa, in Cáceres, who concluded his 12th year with a special mention. In 2011, he started collaborating with several orchestras (Orquesta Sinfónica de Ávila, Orquestra Sinfónica da Casa da Música, Orquesta Sinfónica da ESMAE…), working with conductors such as Pablo González, Jan Milosz Zarzycki, Andrés Salado, Brad Lubman, Stefan Blunier, Jaume Blai, Salvador Vazquez, Thomas Hauschild… He also gains some experience in jazz playing in collaboration with the Jazz Orchestra of the ESMAE (Porto, Portugal) during his bachelor studies. He is a member of the Orquesta Joven de Extremadura (since 2014) and the Neue Philharmonie München (since 2017). In November 2013, he won 1st (category: stringed instruments) and 2nd (category: chamber music) prizes in the “XIII Concurso de Jóvenes Músicos de Extremadura”. In March 2018 he was admitted to the master program of Codarts (Rotterdam) to study with Professor Jeroen den Herder. After two years he also took lessons with professor Herre Jan Stegenga and Job ter Haar, he completed his master studies, focused on historically informed performance. In 2019 he started playing together with cellist Pedro Massarão. Gradually informal gatherings for playing music led to the creation of the Duo Lusitano.

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