A few words about my education, teachers and some compositions. They say that you should always think that the best is yet to come
Ruben Vizcaino (Lugo, Galicia – Spain, 1978) studied piano at the conservatory of Lugo and composition at the "Escola de Altos Estudos Musicais de Galicia – EAEM" (Santiago de Compostela) with the prestigious composer Antón García Abril. He also took part in the International course "Música en Compostela" (2012 and 2013), being awarded a composition scholarship to study with composer Antón García Abril and conductor Maximino Zumalave. He attended the 2011 International Composition Course at Villafranca del Bierzo, with renowned composers Cristóbal Halffter, Tomás Marco, Alberto Posadas and pianist Alberto Rosado (who premiered his "Nocturne n. 1" for piano). Some of his compositions include several choral pieces, compositions for voice and piano; chamber ensembles; solo piano; etc. He has a deep interest in vocal music, writing himself all the poems used in his compositions.
► His "Nocturne n. 1" for piano (premiered by well-known Spanish pianist Alberto Rosado) has been nominated for the "Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2013" in the classical music category
► He has also composed music for videogames.
► His fascination with Japanese music and culture led him to compose a Japan-inspired song cycle for soprano, mezzo-soprano and piano dedicated to the people of Fukushima, premiered in Japan in March, 2013.
A small sample of my work, with some of my most recent compositions. You can find more music on my Youtube channel
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