Enrique Tudela de Miguel
Born in Malaga. At the age of 8, he began his violin studies at the “Eduardo Ocón” Elementary Conservatory of Music with Professor Antonio Torés and Professor Anja Cardinaal and continued them at the “Manuel Carra” Professional Conservatory of Music with Professor Antonio Torés and Antonio Jesús García, finishing at the Málaga Superior Conservatory of Music while giving advanced classes with maestro Ara Vartaniam and Amelia Mihalcea.
Throughout his professional career he has received master classes from professors José Torres, Josef Horvath, Manuel Guillén, Gil Sharon, Vadim Brodsky, Agustín Leon Ara, Félix Ayo, Eduardo Odonell, Donatella Colombo and Janos Nagy.
He has played with orchestras such as the FIMA Chamber Orchestra as concertmaster and soloist under the direction of maestro Emilio Fenoy, the Jerez de la Frontera Chamber Orchestra as assistant concertmaster and soloist under the direction of maestro Archil Potchkhova, the International Youth Orchestra of Murcia in which he was selected as assistant concertmaster under the direction of maestro Pablo Heras, the Elegance Ensemble in which he has been concertmaster and soloist under the direction of maestro Francisco Ruiz, the Akantus Chamber Orchestra of which he has been concertmaster and soloist under the direction of maestro Juan Manuel Parra, the Málaga Classical Orchestra in which he played the role of concertmaster and soloist under the direction of maestro Francisco Martin Jaime, the Granada Classical Orchestra in which he was assistant concertmaster under the direction of maestro Miguel Sánchez Ruzafa, the Malaga Symphony Orchestra in which he is the first violinist and on some occasions has acted as concertmaster, the University of Malaga Orchestra, with which he performed as soloist on numerous occasions under the baton of maestro Francisco de Gálvez, the Volga Symphony Orchestra with which he performed as soloist on numerous occasions under the direction of maestro Anatoli Abramovich Levin, the City of Melilla Symphony Orchestra of which he has been assistant concertmaster and violinist first under the baton of Guiseppe Alapont, the City Orchestra of Ceuta of which he has been first violin under the direction of maestro Ángel Hortas, the Verum Orchestra occupying the position of first violin under the baton of maestro Miguel Romea, the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra of which he has been a member as a guest under the direction of maestro Hernández Silva and the Iberian Sinfonietta Orchestra of which he is concertmaster under the direction of maestro Juan Paulo Gómez.
He has participated as a soloist in the following music festivals: Pau Casal de Prades Festival (France), Murcia International Music Festival, Cádiz Spanish Music Festival, Eurochestries Festival (France), Volga Region Music Festival (Russia) ).
He is invited as a speaker by the International University of La Rioja to present the theme of “JSBach and his compositional style in Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin.”
In recent years, Enrique Tudela has especially directed his efforts to delve into the so-called secrets of the era of the golden violinists. Aware that there are fewer and fewer living sources of violinists or people who experienced that time firsthand, he did an exhaustive search for a time to find direct assistants of those violinists. Finally, he found who was Gehard Taschner's assistant in his last 5 years, Kayo Tatebe, who today is the only student he has admitted in years, and is not only his source of incalculable knowledge about the violin, the sound and positioning of the body, but is your spiritual teacher through the light of Seitai.
He has combined his artistic work with teaching as a professor at the Ateneo de Música y Danza de Málaga Artistic Center, “San Estanislao de Kostka” School in Málaga, “Ángel Barrios” Professional Conservatory of Music in Granada, as well as at the Professional Conservatory of Music “Miguel Caparrós Belmonte” of Cuevas del Almanzora (Almería), “Andrés Segovia” Professional Conservatory of Music of Linares, “Gonzalo Martín Tenllado” Professional Conservatory of Music of Málaga and “José Hidalgo” Professional Conservatory of Music of Torre del Mar (Málaga) ), where he is currently teaching.