Virginia by Pablo Holguera

Born in Salamanca, she developed her professional cello studies at the Professional Conservatory of Music in this city with teachers Laura Oliver, J. Antonio Santos, Enrique Rodríguez and J. Carlos del Barrio, finishing them in 2006 with excellent grades. She continued her training at the Higher Conservatory of Music of Castilla y León with Professor Marius Díaz, concluding this cycle in June 2010, receiving a scholarship from the Junta de Castilla y León with aid for students with Excellent Academic Achievement. Subsequently, he moved to Barcelona to continue his postgraduate studies with teacher Lluís Claret for three years.

He has completed the Advanced Orchestral Specialization Course with the Royal Philharmonic of Galicia at the School of Higher Musical Studies of Santiago de Compostela under the tutelage of the cello soloist of the same orchestra, Plamen Velev. In addition, he has received numerous advice from teachers such as LLuís Claret, Damien Ventula, Bernard Greenhouse, Marçal Cervera or María de Macedo, among others.

She is graduated from the University of Salamanca with the Master for Teaching in Secondary Education and Baccalaureate in the specialty of music, and from the International University of Valencia with the Master in musical research.

He regularly collaborates with various professional orchestras, such as the Spanish Radio and Television Orchestra (RTVE), Orchestra of Castilla y León, Royal Philharmony of Galicia, London&Vienna Kammerorchester, Burgos Symphony Orchestra, Santa Cecilia Classical Orchestra, Granada Classical Orchestra, Caja Duero Foundation Chamber, Ars Nova Choir Ensemble, Partiture Orchestra, Malaga Symphony Orchestra, Hesperian Orchestra, etc., performing in some of the most prestigious auditoriums in the country, such as the National Auditorium, the Liceo de Barcelona or the Auditorium from Zaragoza.

He is currently dedicated to teaching in music education centers, having taught classes in Andalusian conservatories in cities such as Málaga, Granada, Úbeda, Motril or Cabra, and continues to participate in different orchestral and chamber music groups, as well as specializing in pedagogy. Willems.