Ambrosio Valero


Ambrosio Valero was born in Granada, Spain, in the heart of a family of musicians. At the age of four, he was introduced to music studies by his father. He received musical advices from important masters such as Joaquín Achucarro, Daniel Barenboim, Vladimir Ovchinnikov, Jean Phillippe Collard, Ramón Coll, Christopher Elton, Bruno Canino, Pascal Rogé, Jorge Luis Prats, Manuel Carra, Antonio Iglesias, Xenia Knorre and Daniel Blumenthal and Krystyna Makowska. He has received a scholarship for the international course "Música de Compostela", dedicated exclusively to Spanish music, and graduated with honors at the Andalusian International University. At the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música Victoria Eugenia in Granada, he completed the advanced level of music in piano. He was supervised by Professor Antonio Sánchez Lucena and received first class awards. His concert career as a soloist has taken him around the world. In addition to his activities in concerts on

national and international stages, he is a dedicated guest in orchestras and is also a founding member of the Andalusian contemporary ensemble. He had also appeared on Spanish television, Spanish national radio and Bulgarian national television. Ambrosio Valero has been the winner of numerous national and international competitions, such as Cervantes Institute, "Delia Steimberg" International Piano Competition, "Ibiza" International Piano Competition, "Rotary Rotaract" International Piano Competition, "Frechilla-Zuloaga" International Piano Competition and International Piano Competition "María Canals" in Barcelona. He was appointed the first Spanish Bösendorfer artist in Vienna. His album "Impresiones Intimas" received the best reviews in magazines such as "El Arte de la Fuga" and was honored in the parade of the magazine "Ritmo" as one of the best recordings of his edition.