Maryluz Moreno

He pursued Higher Studies in Violin and Chamber Music at the conservatory of his hometown, obtaining the highest qualifications, and at the same time he trains in Art History. It is part of the Andalusian Program for Young Instrumentalists (OJA) and is invited to the Young Orchestra of the Valencian Community. During these years he took improvement courses with Agustín León Ara, Gonçal Comellas, Greenwich Cuarteto, Andras Zcifra, José Luis García Asensio, Vartan Manoogian, Eduardo Ortega, David Quigle, Mauro Rossi, Serguei Teslya, Mimi Zweig, David Zafer, Mariana Todorova, Suzana Stefanovich, Michael Thomas, Vicente Huertas, Mauricio Fucks, Vadim Repin, and completes studies with José Luis García Asensio.

Expand your training by attending specialized courses in Suzuki pedagogy, as well as the courses for postgraduates of the University of Alcalá de Henares on rope pedagogy, with teachers Ana Baget, Sergio Castro, Koen Roens, Ecaterina Gerson, Gloria Bakhshayesh, Katheleen A. Horvath, Marianne Murray Perkins, Elisa Agudíez, Jose Manuel Román, Claudio Forcada and Gerard Manthel, among others. Simultaneously, he is part of different symphonic and chamber orchestra projects, such as the Andalusian Chamber Orchestra, the Andrés Segovia Chamber Orchestra, the Santa Cecilia Classical Orchestra, ORTVE and the Spanish Philharmonic Orchestra. With these groups he participates in concerts of different kinds, from the symphonic accompaniment of artists of the caliber of Caetano Veloso, Ara Malikian or José Mercé, to recordings of soundtracks or radio and television programs, among others El Conciertazo de TVE.

Invited as a teacher to take Violin and orchestra courses in different conservatories and universities, she remains very active in Chamber Music, being part of different groups, creating herself in 2006 the Allegro Young String Orchestra, which she has directed since then and with which he has participated in a multitude of events at a national and international level, notably the San Salvo Youth Orchestra Festival (Italy) and the eighth edition of the Florence International Competition, where Allegro was awarded the first Young Orchestra prize. , the first prize for string orchestra , and Maryluz Moreno herself with the special Jury prize for conducting the orchestra and its transmission of culture . The orchestra has received other awards, such as the Jaén en Positivo Award given by the COPE network and the Reino de Jaén Award for youth talent from Diario Jaén.

Maryluz Moreno is a violin teacher by competitive examination at the “Manuel Carra” Professional Conservatory of Music in Malaga.