Diego Micó Estruch

Diego Micó Estruch

Born in Rafelguara (Spain) in 1994. Since 2018, he studies at the Reina Sofía School of Music’s Clarinet Chair with professor Pascal Moraguès, after having studied with Michel Arrignon. He has been granted tuition and accommodation scholarships by Fundación Albéniz. In 2020 he received the Diploma to the most outstanding student of his chair.

He started his music education with professor José Miguel Puchades. He later furthered his training at the Mestre Vert Professional Conservatory in Carcaixent under the guidance of Julio Juan Fresneda and Rosa Bordería. He completed his studies by winning the extraordinary prize of professional education in 2013. That same year, he began another training period at Valencia’s Joaquín Rodrigo Conservatory with Juan Ramón Beltrán and José Cerveró, with whom he obtained the highest qualifications. In 2017 he studied a master’s degree in music research and specialised in contemporary music. He has attended masterclasses by Juan Doménech Calaforra, José Franch-Ballester, Enrique Pérez Piquer and Jonathan Kelly.

He has collaborated with the Vents Filharmonia Orchestra in several concerts, including the premiere of maestro Amando Blanquer’s Caleidoscopio under the baton of maestro José Rafael Pascual Vilaplana. He has also collaborated with the Belles Arts Orchestra.

As a student of the School, he has been part of the Freixenet Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Víctor Pablo Pérez and Plácido Domingo, and that of the Sinfonietta under the baton of Jorge Rotter. He is currently a member of the Banco Activo Universal Esferas, Beethoven, Stravinsky and Fundación Mutua Madrileña ensembles.