Bozzo, David (*1980)

Bozzo, David (*1980)

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David Bozzo was born in September 1980 to a family in which music had always played a very important role.
His first contact with music was through his father, who took him to his first music lessons at the age of six with pianist andcomposer Carme Talleda.
In 2000 he started intermediate studies, specialising in the violin, at the Barcelona Municipal Conservatory, having had theopportunity to study with composers Xavier Boliart, Carles Guinovart and Albert Sardà. During this period he was also a member of theconservatory’s orchestra under the direction of maestro Albert Argudo. In 2006 he started his higher education in composition at theHigher Conservatory of Music in Castelló, where he was taught by maestro Ferrer Ferran as well as César Cano, Claudia Montero and Emilio Calandín, amongst others. He also took advantage of his four years of higher education to further his violin studies with maestroEduardo Arnau, to whom he dedicated the work for a solo violin, Recitatiu i Fuga (EAG).
Today he is professor of violin at the Carme Talleda School of Music and works with the youth orchestra Arts Musicals de Castelló, as both assistant to the concertino at various concerts and as concertino at the premiere of a work by maestro Ferrer Ferran. Despite his youth he boasts a full repertoire of works for duets, quartets, quintets, soloists and string orchestras, and Stabat Mater for solo mezzosoprano and symphony orchestra commissioned by the youth orchestra of Arts Musicals de Castelló. He was afinalist in the composition competition Hui, hui música in Valencia in 2007 with the work Elegia a Gregorio Samsa for a wind quintet. The Quartet de Corda nº1 A la muerte de un ángel (String Quartet No.1 “On the Death of an Angel”) was commissioned by The Billroth String Quartet who also premiered it.

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