María Soldado Bermúdez
Born in Madrid in 2003. He began studying piano at the age of 7 at the Escuela Municipal de Música de San Cristóbal de Segovia, under the direction of Carmen Muñoz Navas. The following year he entered the Professional Conservatory of Music of Segovia, where he studied with the teacher Puerto González Chaves, under the direction of Leonel Morales, finishing the professional grade in 2020. She is currently continuing her studies in the “Grado en Interpretación Musical” at the Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio, with the maestro Leonel Morales.
He has won numerous national and international prizes, among which stand out:
1st Prize in the “Fundación Don Juan de Borbón” Performance Competition (Segovia), 2nd Prize in the International Piano Competition María Herrero (Granada) and prize for Musicality in the Youth Category and 2nd Prize in the II International Piano Competition “Julio García Casas” (Seville).
He has participated in different events such as the Museum Day concert two consecutive years and the charity concerts organised by the Amref association for four consecutive years, as well as solo recitals and chamber music recitals at the MUSEG Festival. Abroad, he has given concerts in auditoriums such as Carnegie Hall (New York), the Katherine M. Elfers Hall at the Hotchkiss School (Lakeville, CT), the Kleines Studio and the Solitär Hall at the Mozarteum in Salzburg.
He has received master classes from Pavel Gililov, Natalia Trull, Andreas Frölich, Michel Bourdoncle, John Perry, Mina Perry, Yury Bogdanov, Vicenzo Balzani, Graham Jackson, Fabio Witkowsky, Gisele Witkowsky, Wu Ying, Frank Fernández, Tommaso Cogato, Bernadetta Raatz, Pau Gil, Francisco Jaime Pantín, Alexander Kandelaki, Pedro Cañada and Daniel del Pino as well as Leonel Morales and Leo de María.