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Sergio Blardony

Sergio Blardony was born in Madrid in 1965, where he begins, at Conservatorio Superior de Música, his musical career, his higher studies having essentially been autodidact. Afterwards, he studies composition with Roberto J. de Vittorio and –for four years- with the composer José Luis de Delás at the School of Music of the University of Alcalá de Henares. He has also attended both composition and analysis courses with professors Heinz-Klaus Metzger, Rainer Riehn, Helmut Lachenmann, Javier Darias, Enrico Fubini, Carmelo Bernaola, Luis de Pablo…

He has been awarded various prizes, such as the Spanish Authors Society (SGAE) Composition first price, the International "City of Tarragona" Award for Musical Composition, or “Joaquín Turina” Prize.

His compositions have been played in different countries –Russia, Spain, France, Portugal, USA or Canada-, by artists like Arturo Tamayo, José De Eusebio, Olari Elts, Alexis Soriano, Nacho de Paz, José Luis Temes, Andrés Salado, Ángel Gil Ordónez, Johnathan Carney, Andrés Gomis, Jean-Pierre Dupuy, Patricia Rozario, Flavio Oliver, Carlos Bonell, Florian Popa, Francisco A. García, Trío Arbós, SIGMA Project, TDM Trío De Magia, Cámara XXI, Vertixe Sonora, Ensemble Tèlèmaque, Ensemble Décadanse, Ensemble Pro-Arte, Modern Ensemble, Espai Sonor, LIM, Proyecto Guerrero, Sax-Ensemble, National Orchestra of Spain, JORCAM, Barcelona Orchestra/National Orchestra of Catalunya, State Hermitage's St. Petersburg Camerata Orchestra, Orchestra of Cadaqués...

Sergio Blardony has composed over 60 works for all manner of instruments and voice: chamber music, ensemble, orchestral, vocal & choral, music-theater…