Bio
Andrés Navarro Comas is a young pianist who attempts to relay in each of his interpretations the richness of the sentiments and emotions contained in the repertoire which have been created throughout history and that form part of our cultural heritage. He always represents the pieces he performs with the utmost honesty and simplicity with regard to the musical idea of the composer, while transforming it in such a way to create a bond that unites the writer with the public.
Andrés has performed in Europe and Latin America in countries such as Austria, Argentina Colombia, Hungary, England, Portugal and Spain, at important venues including as the Wigmore Hall in London, the National Music Auditorium in Madrid, the Palau de la Música Catalana, the Theater  Real de Madrid, the Palau de la Música de Valencia, the National Museum of Colombia, the Auditorium “Ciudad de León”, the Monumental Theater, the Palace of Festivals of Santander, the Wiener Saal of the Universität Mozarteum de  Salzburg, Theater of the Liberator of Córdoba (Argentina) and the Jorge Luis Borges Auditorium of Buenos Aires among many others.
He has been awarded with the Review’s Prize and the Second Prize in the “Primer Palau”Award (Barcelona) First Prize at the  Ecoparque Transmiera International Chamber Music Competiton (Santander), the Second Prize and Prize for the best performance of a Spanish work  in the  Antón García International Chamber Music Competition, First Prize in the «Piano Meeting of Ourense (Galicia), the Honorable Mention in the Alcobaça International Chamber Music Competition and has been a finalist in the ParkHouse Award in London with the Ramales Trio.
He has also performed alongside variety of orchestras such as the World Youth Day Orchestra, the Reina Sofía School Symphony Orchestra, the Santa Cecilia Orchestra, the Royal College of Music Contucting Podium Orchestra and the Amaniel Symphony Orchestra along with directors such as Juanjo Mena, Francisco Valero and Avi Taler
The search for the best influences to complete his training has pushed him to attend numerous advanced courses over the years, receiving training from prestigious teachers, among which include Dimitri Alexeev, Daniel Pollack, Luis Fernando Pérez, Claudio Martínez-Menher, Blanca Uribe, Daniel del Pino, Bruno Leonardo Gelber Joaquín Soriano, Frank Wibaut, Rita Wagner, Ralf Gothoni, Alexander Bonduriansky, and Naum Grubert.
As a result of his efforts in the field of his education, he has been designated by the Claustro de profesores de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía, as the most outstanding student during the 2014-2015 academic year.
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He has performed at Festivals such as the Stamford International Chamber Music Competition, Torroella de Montgrí Music Festival, Unusual Week of the Music of Santander, Madrid International Sacred Art Festival, “The First Palau” Season, at the Madrid International Festival of Contemporary Music and the Festival, “Classics in Summer” of the Community of Madrid or at the Cycle of Musicians of the World of León, Sierra Musical Season.  In addition, in 2016 he carried out a concert tour in Spain organised by the Association of Interpreters and Performers (AIE) with the Ramales trio.
In October 2019 he gave a concert tour in Argentina, which led him to play in Córdoba and Buenos Aires in homage to Manuel de Falla on the 80th anniversary of his arrival in Argentina.  This tour was collaboration with Acción Cultural Española (AC / E), the Fundación Pro Arte Córdoba and the Spanish International Agency for the Development and the Cooperation (AECID) and the Center for Piano Studies. (CEP).
Born in Madrid, Andrés Navarro began his musical studies at the Amaniel Professional Conservatory where he obtained a Final Degree Award studying with Mercedes Lecea and Teresa Naranjo.  Subsequently, he entered the Madrid Royal Conservatory where he studied with Ana Guijarro.  In 2012 he entered the Reina Sofía School of Music where he continued his training with Professor Galina Eguiazarova, having been designated the most outstanding student of his department, and studied Chamber Music with Marta Gulyás and Luis Fernando Pérez.  He is currently studying towards a master’s degree at the Royal College of Music in London with professor Norma Fisher.
He has received numerous Scholarships such as the Juventudes Musicales de Madrid Scholarship, AIE Scholarship and the Madrid Education deparment Scholarship. Albéniz, the AIE and the Consejería de Educación de la Comunidad de Madrid.
Schedule
Upcoming concerts

5  de Junio, Kawai Center

Madrid

Works by  Bach,Haydn, Schumann, Granados,Casablancas and Albéniz

June 9 Iglesia de El Salvador

Madrid

Works by  Bach,Haydn Schumann, Granados,Casablancas and Albéniz

August 5  Casa de la Cultura de Navacerrada,

Madrid

Works by  Haydn, Beethoven, Mompou, Casablancas and Albéniz

October 1, Palau de la música Catalana

Barcelona

Works by Turina, Shostakovich and Díaz

Past Concerts
  • Janury 22- Palau de la Música Catalana- Inaguration of the Exhibitions dedicated to Manuel de Falla. Woks: Fantasía Baetica
  • January 23- Frank Marshall Academy- Works by Beethoven and Falla
  • February 27-Utrech Conservatory Auditorium. Works: Bartók Suite Op 14.
  • February 21- Doctor Spriu Club, Barcelona- Works by Haydn, Beethoven, Mompou, Granados and Albéniz.
  • March 1- Victoria and Albert Museum, London- Works by Haydn, Beethoven, Mompou, Granados and Albéniz.
  • April 5- International Meeting for Young Pianists, Breda, The Netherlands- Works by Beethoven and Albéniz
  • May 21- Recital Hall, Royal College of Music, London- Works by Haydn, Beethoven, Mompou
  • August 6- Olivar del Castillejo, Madrid- Works by Debussy, Albéniz, Granados and Rachmaninov.
  • 24 August- Navacerrada Cultural House- Works by Works by Debussy, Albéniz, Granados and Rachmaninov.
  • October 5- Interview at Spanish National Radio. Andante con Moto Program conducted by Luz Horihuela
  • October 18- General Belgrano Village, Argentina- Homage to Manuel de Falla in the 80 aniversary of his arrival to Argentina. Works by Falla, Granados, Albéniz, Debussy,
  • October 19- Teatro del Libertador, Córdoba, Argentina- Homage to Manuel de Falla in the 80 aniversary of his arrival to Argentina.Works by Falla, Granados, Albéniz, Debussy,
  • October 20- Manuel de Falla’s Museum, Argentina- Homage to Manuel de Falla in the 80 aniversary of his arrival to Argentina.Works by Falla, Granados, Albéniz, Debussy,
  • October 23- Manuel de Falla’s Conservatory, Argentina- Homage to Manuel de Falla in the 80 aniversary of his arrival to Argentina.Works by Falla, Granados, Albéniz, Debussy,
  • October 24-Hispanoamerican Museum, Argentina- Homage to Manuel de Falla in the 80 aniversary of his arrival to Argentina.Works by Falla, Granados, Albéniz, Debussy,
  • October 25-  Jorge Luis Borges National Library Auditorium, Argentina- Homage to Manuel de Falla in the 80 aniversary of his arrival to Argentina. Works by Falla, Granados, Albéniz, Debussy,
  • November 29- Audition for the Artist Diploma Program at the Royal College of Music.
  • March 2- Auditorio Fundación Díaz Caneja, Palencia- Works by Beethoven, Brahms, Mompou, Albéniz and Rachmaninov
  • March 3 – Auditorio Fundación Francis Chapelet, Palencia-  Works by Beethoven, Brahms, Mompou, Albéniz and Rachmaninov
  • April 23- Centro para discapacitados Polibea- Madrid-  Works by Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann, Casablancas and Albéniz
  • April 28-Real Conservatorio de Música de Madrid-   Works by Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann, Casablancas and Albéniz
  • June 5- Kawai Center-Madrid-Works by Bach, Haydn, Schumann, Granados, Casablancas, and Albéniz.
  • June 9-  San Salvador’s Church- Works by Bach, Haydn, Schumann, Granados, Casablancas, and Albéniz.
  • July 7- Classics in Summer Festival-Torrelaguna, Madrid-Works by Haydn, Turina and Shostakovich
  • July 11- Olivar de Castillejo, Madrid- Works by Bach, Haydn, Schumann Casablancas and Albéniz.
  • July 15-Classics in Summer Festival-Morata de Tajuña, Madrid-Works by Haydn, Turina and Shostakovich
  • August 3- Navacerrada Cultural House, Madrid- Woks by  Haydn, Beethoven, Albéniz, Mompou and Casablancas
  • August 10- Colombian National Museum, Bogotá- Woks by  Haydn, Beethoven, Albéniz, Mompou and Casablancas
  • January 3- Auditorio Nacional de Música, Madrid- Collaboration with the Santa Cecilia Orchestra
  • January 5- Auditorio Nacional de Música, Madrid- Collaboration with the Santa Cecilia Orchestra.
  • February 10- Fundación Díaz Caneja, Palencia- Works by Bach, Haydn, Chopin, Liszt and Brahms.
  • February 11- Fundación Francis Chapelet (Piano Pleyel)- Works by Bach, Haydn, Chopin, Liszt and Brahms.
  • February 28- Palacio de Festivales de Santander ( Música de Cámara)- Works by Haydn, Díaz and Shostakovich.
  • March 16- Auditorio Sony, Madrid-  Works by Bach Busoni, Haydn and Liszt.
  • March 24- Auditorio Sony, Madrid- Chopin Concierto en Mi menor Op 11.
  • April 29- Dress Museum, Madrid-Concert with the singers Beatriz Oleaga, Cristina Van Roy  and César Arrieta
  • .May 13- Fundación Albéniz, Auditorio Sony (Chamber Music) Works by Haydn Díaz and Shostakovich
  • May 25- Sony Concert hall, Madrid- Chopin E minor Concerto
  • July 27- 30- Torroella de Montgrí Festival
  • September 4- Bartok Concert hall, Hungary- Works by Scarlatti, Chopin and Brahms
  • September 13-Palau de la Música of Valencia- Works by Scarlatti, Chopin, Ravel and Schumann
  • September 15- Palau de la Música of Valencia- Works by Haydn, Granados and Chopin.
  • January 11 – Auditorio Municipal de Ciudad Real.(Chamber Music). Works by Haydn, Turina y Shostakovich
  • January 21 – Fundación Díaz Caneja, Palencia. ( Chamber Music) Works by Haydn, Turina y Shostakovich.
  • March 9 – Auditorio Sony, Madrid – Saint Saens Piano Concerto nº 2
  • March 20 – Final Round of de Ecoparque de Trasmiera Chamber music Competition (1º Prize)
  • April 12 – Auditorio Sony, Madrid – J. Brahms Piano Sonata nº 2 Op 2
  • April 27 – Auditorio Municipal de Albacete. (Chamber Music). Works by Haydn, Turina y Shostakovich.
  • May 5 – Sala Toccata en A. (Chamber Music). Works by Haydn, Turina y Shostakovich.
  • June 17-Auditorio Nacional de Música de Madrid-Works by Falla- Orquesta Sinfónica de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía conducted by Juanjo Mena
  • June 18- Teatro Monumental de Madrid-works by Falla- Orquesta Sinfónica de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía conducted by Juanjo Mena.
  • June 19- Teatro Real de Madrid-Works by Falla- Orquesta Sinfónica de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía conducted by Juanjo Mena.
  • July 9- Castillo de San Martín de Valdeiglesias- Works by Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin y Rachmaninov- Festival Clásicos en Veranos
  • July 16- Sala Principe de Asturias, San Lorenzo del Escorial- Works by Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin y Rachmaninov- Festival Clásicos en Veranos
  • July 16-Teatro Municipal de Collado Mediano ( Chamber music)- Works by Díaz, Turina y Shostakovich
  • July 23- Ermita de San Isidro, El molar-Works by Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin y Rachmaninov- Festival Clásicos en Veranos
  • September 17- Olivar del Castillejo Fundation- Works by Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin and Rachmaninov
  • December 20-Auditorio Nacional of Madrid (Chamber music)- Works by Diaz and Turina
  • December 21-Auditorio Sony- Works by Haydn and Granados
  • February 5 – Auditorio Sony. Madrid (Chamber music). Works by D. Shostakovich.
  • February 27- Sala Eutherpe. León. Works by F. Schubert, J. Brahms and S. Rachmaninov.
  • May 4 – Auditorio Sony. Madrid. Works by J. Brahms.
  • June 19 – Clasijazz. Alemería. Works by F. Schubert, J. Brahms, and S. Rachmaninov.
  • June 20 – Auditorio Nacional- Madrid. Works by A. Arensky.
  • November 24 – León (Chamber Music). Works by Haydn, Turina and Shostakovich
  • November 27- Mérida Centro Cultural Santo Domingo.(Chamber music). Works by Haydn, Turina and Shostakovich
  • December 11- Auditorio Sony. Works by a L.V. Beethoven and F.Chopin
  • January 15 – Auditorio José Cubiles. Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid. Works by E. Grieg.
  • January 30 – Auditorio Sony Madrid. (Chamber music). Works by A. Dvorak.
  • February 4 – ABC Museum. Madrid. (Chamber music). Works by F. J. Haydn and A. Dvorak.
  • March 18 – Auditorio Sony. Madrid. Works by F. Chopin and R. Schumann.
  • April 1 – Auditorio Santander. V Semana Inusual de la Música. Works by J. S. Bach, S. Prokofiev, R. Schumann and F. Chopin.
  • April 1- Fundación Botín. Santander. Works by J. S. Bach, S. Prokofiev, R. Schumann and F. Chopin.
  • April 25 – Sala Caja España. León. Ciclo Músicos del Mundo. (Chamber music). Works by F. J. Haydn, A. Dvorak, and J. Brahms.
  • April 29 – Auditorio Sony. Madrid. Ciclo Preludio. Works by F. J. Haydn.
  • May 28 – Auditorio Sony Madrid (Chamber music). Works by J. Brahms.
  • May 31- Auditorio Sony Madrid. Works by R. Schumannn.
  • May 25 – Auditorio Distrito Telefónica. Madrid. The piano game season. Works by J. S. Bach, R. Schumann, S. Prokofiev and F. Chopin.
  • December 12 – Auditorio Sony Madrid. Works by W. A. Mozart.
  • May 23 – Auditorio Sony Madrid. Works by R. Schumann.
  • June 21 – Sala Eutherpe. León. (Chamber music). Works by L. Beethoven, E. Grieg and B. Bartok.
  • de July 17 – Auditorio Euroforum Felipe II. San Lorenzo del Escorial. Madrid. Works by F. J. Haydn, R. Schumann, F. Chopin and E. Grieg.
  • August 24 – Palacio Ducal. Medinaceli. Soria.The palace concerts. Works by G. Sánchez Torres.
  • November21 – Auditorio Sony Madrid. Ciclo de Conciertos Da Cámera. (Chamber music). Works by F. Mendelsson.
  • November 28 – Auditorio Manuel de Falla. Real Conservatorio Superior de Música. Madrid. XV Festival Internacional de Música Contemporánea de Madrid COMA’13. Works by T. Bohórquez.
  • December 13 – Auditorio Sony Madrid. Works by S. Prokofiev.
  • January 9 – Auditorio Real Conservatorio Superior de Música. Madrid. Works by Paganini- Liszt and L. v Beethoven.
  • February 7 – Auditorio Real Conservatorio Superior de Música. Madrid. Works by R. Schumann.
  • March 5 – Salón de Actos. Campus de Pirotecnia. Universidad de Sevilla.Spring Concerts Season . Works by J. S. Bach, L. v. Beethoven. P. I. Tchaikovsky, M. Ravel and F. Chopin.
  • May 20 – Sala Eutherpe. León. Works by J. S. Bach, L. v Beethoven, P. I. Tchaikovsky, M. Ravel and F. Chopin.
  • June 4 – Auditorio Real Conservatorio Superior de Música. Madrid. Works by J. S. Bach and P. I. Tchaikovsky.
  • September 8 – Auditorio Ciudad de León. Concierto de Clausura del IX Curso para Pianistas Directores y Jóvenes Intérpretes. W. A. Mozart. Concierto nº 20. Orquesta Sinfónica de J.M.J. de Madrid.
  • December 18 – Auditorio Sony. Madrid- Works by L. v Beethoven and M. Ravel.
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