Coral Catasons
• Conductor•



Born   in Sabadell in   1970,   he obtained the   Higher Diploma in   recorder   and   Professional Qualification foraccordion   at the Conservatory   of Barcelona.   Other   studies   carried out   are:   teaching   diploma   in   music education   Willems ,   master- class   of   recorder   with Pedro   Memelsdorff ,   studied   conducting with   Josep   VilaMireia   Barrera,   Manuel   Cabero ,   Pierre Cao   ...,   studied singing   with   Montserrat   Torruella ,   Angels   Busquetsand   Carles Ferrer ,   Rhythmic   studies   at the Institute   Jacques   Dalcroze   in Geneva.

Since its   foundation   (1984)   is Professor   of   Music   High   Cross   Sabadell , teaching   flute , accordion, language and   choral   singing ,   and   directing   the   following   groups :   Heart 's   Horizon   (now   Vacombà )   choir of   YoungVacombà ,   Catasons   Coral ,   Coral   Tallarets   ( child),   Coral   Sun- Ixent   ( child),   Sonata   Wind   Band ,   Band   of adults   in their school .

As a   singer   has been part of   several   vocal   groups :   Choral   Arts,   Lieder   Camera   Choir .

As an   accordionist   has won   second prize   in the   National   Accordion   Contest   of   Ciudad Real   in the category of   quintet.

As   director and   founder of   Horitzó 's   choir , has participated in   exchanges   with   choirs   Netherlands ,   Italy , Milan, winning   third prize   in   the show   choir   " Mestre   Just   award "   Igualada .

In 2005   he conducted   the   Stabat Mater   Rheimberger   Catasons   the   choir   and   chamber orchestra   Terrassa48 in   the auditorium   of Sant Cugat .

He directed   the   choir   of   primary school   and   Primary School   Enric   Cassassas   Can   Deu   in Sabadell.

He has participated   with   students from   Cross   High   School   music   in the musical   " Joseph"   with   del SolTheatre   in Sabadell.

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