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Juan Berná
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Juan Pérez Berná (biography)
Juan Pérez Berná (1971, Albatera, Alicante, Spain) made the musical studies at the Conservatory of Murcia; he also holds a degree in Geography and History and a PhD in Art History and Music by the University of Santiago de Compostela.

In 1992 he began his teaching career and is currently a music teacher at IES Ramón Otero Pedrayo da Coruña; he has also given choir and oboe to the conservatories of Ponferrada and A Coruña. He is the author of the articles in academic publishings and books on ethnomusicology and history of music. In 2013 he has designed a website www.laciudadgallegadelosmusicos.com

In 1998 he is guest conductor of the Orchestra and Chorus of the Romanian National Radio (Radio Palace Bucharest). He has collaborated playing the English horn with the Real Filharmonía de Galicia Orchestra. From 2010 he is conductor of the Polyphonic Choir of Sporting Club Casino of La Coruña. From 2018 he play the oboe and english horn at the Rosalía Trío with the mezzo Mª José Ladra and the pianist and composer Margarita Viso.

He is member of the Galician Composer Asociation since 2002, and your secretary between 2005 to 2011. He has more than 40 scores, some editing and recording as 'Villancico Extrafino' for soloist, choir and orchestra (Dos Acordes edition, 2009), 'A imprudente travesía de Isabel de Barreto' (Clave Records/Xunta de Galicia, 2010), and 'As Lúas' (FGBMP, 2015) for symphonic band, 'O faro e a Lúa' (Beroly, 2019) for mixed choir, 'Electrosuite' (Beroly, 2020), for english horn or alto sax and piano, pieces for harp, guitar, oboe, viola and piano (Xunta de Galicia, 2014) and various chamber groups performed in Spain, Holland, Mexico and Japan.

In 2015 Juan Berná received for 'As Lúas' the first prize on VIII Composition Competition of Federación Galega de Music Band (Santiago de Compostela); in 2018 received for 'O faro e a Lúa' the Premio Beroly and the second prix on Composition International Competition Xogos Tonais (A Coruña); in 2020 received for 'Madrigal Antillano' the second prix on IV International Prize of Coral Composition for Octet FIOP (International Festival of Octets of Portugalete).
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