Miriam Aragón González
Málaga double bassist with a higher degree in 2016 from the Málaga Conservatory of Music, self-taught bassist, and music lover.
From an early age he was interested in music in general, getting to know the instruments of the orchestra and the popular music of his land.
He began his musical studies at the age of 11 at the "Manuel Carra" Professional Conservatory of Music in Malaga. He was fortunate to have from his initial training with what he considers his main teacher, Jorge Muñoz, with whom he also completed his higher studies.
In his professional career he has received numerous masterclasses, among which those from teachers Antonio García Araque, Jorge Muñoz, Edicson Ruíz, Julio Pastor, Rodrigo Moro, Joaquín Arrabal, Maggie Urquart and Xavier Puertas stand out for their musical contributions.
Professionally, he regularly collaborates with the Malaga Philharmonic, Malaga Symphony Orchestra, Melilla Symphony Orchestra, CAMM Wind Symphony Orchestra, Iberian Symphonietta, with the Ceuta International Symphony Orchestra, and the Young Orchestra of Southern Spain.
He has been a member of the Málaga Double Bass Ensemble since 2011. Likewise, he also belongs to the Quivir Ensemble chamber ensemble since 2020 and is a reserve in the Pop Symphony Orchestra of the Soho CaixaBank Theater.
In 2018 he completed his professional interpretive training at the Young Baroque Orchestra of Andalusia, of which he has been a member since 2012 and of which he is grateful to have been a part by providing him with knowledge about ancient music, as well as a vehement attachment to this style of music. Likewise, he has also played in the Andalusian Youth Orchestra and the Malaga Provincial Youth Symphony Orchestra.
In his career, he highlights the musical influences of teachers and directors Michael Thomas, Barry Sargent, Pablo Gonzalez, Manuel Hernández-Silva and Aarón Zapico, among others.
He plays a double bass by luthier Vasco Urtzi Balantzategi, Aselli model built in 2018.