|Ramón Ortega Quero|
|A | EE|
|Granada | Rostock|
|Debut at the Lucerne Festival in August 2010 | Season 2010/11: "Rising Star" nominated by the European Concert Hall Organisation - concerts in Brussels, Amsterdam, Cologne, Salzburg, Vienna, Barcelona and others | Solo-Oboist at the Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks|
|ECHO KLASSIK 2011 "Newcomer of the Year"|
ARD International Music Competition | Fellowship Award - Borletti-Buitoni Trust 2010
|Solo Musica ("Shadows")|
The two-time ECHO Award winner Ramon Ortega Quero is recognized around the world as one of the most promising musicians of his generation.
He received solid training from Miguel Quirós early on at the conservatory of his native city of Granada. In 2003, the oboist cleared an important hurdle when conductor Daniel Barenboim accepted him as a member of the East-West Divan Orchestra.
One of Ramón Ortega Quero’s finest hours was winning First Prize at the ARD Music Competition held in Munich in September 2007.
Since Spring 2008, he is also Principal Oboe of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra under its Principal Conductor Mariss Jansons and is working with worldknown conductors such as Riccardo Muti, Herbert Blomstedt, Sir Colin Davies, John Eliot Gardiner, Daniel Barenboim, Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Bernhard Haitink.
Performance highlights in season 2015/16 included his debut at Carnegie Hall New York, in 2016/17 the oboist came back to the Konzerthausorchester Berlin conducted by Ivan Fischer and played concerts in Edinburgh and Glasgow with the Scottish Chamber orchestra under conductor Robin Ticciati. He was also reinvited by the Munich Chamber orchestra and the Kammerakademie Potsdam. Furthermore he’ll travel to Asia for concerts with the Taiwan National Symphony Orchestra and the Hong Kong Sinfonietta.
The concert season 2017/18 will bring Ramón Ortega Quero to several concerts to spain – together with the Orquestra de Extremadura as well as the Orquestra de Castilla y León -, to Finland and on a tour through the netherlands, together with the Philharmony Zuidnederland. With the wind quartet variation5, with whom his last album „variation5“ was released on Berlin Classics (Edel), he will be on tour again in spring 2018. Furthermore, he is invited by the Bach Orchester Leipzig.
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