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José Nunes

José Nunes | POR | *1996
DAVOS FESTIVAL Camerata | Viola

José Nunes recently finished his Master studies with distinction at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam with Nobuko Imai and Francien Schatborn.

The past two years, he was an Academist of the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra and Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, and he held a scholarship of the Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon.

Currently, José Nunes is a guest player in the Radio Filharmonisch Orkest, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra and Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, and Amsterdam Sinfonietta. He is a member of Orquestra XXI and also a member of the Rotterdam Chamber Music Society, playing alongside Gordon Nikolic amongst others. In 2017, he was a tutti player in the European Union Youth Orchestra, with which he toured around Europe.

In his life as a musician, José Nunes won various prizes in competitions such as Concurso de Violeta Ourem-Fátima, Concurso Paços Premium, Vasco Barbosa competition, Lisbon International Summer Academy, and Moritzburg Festival.

José participated in numerous festivals such as the Academia Isola Classica, Encuentro de Musica e Academia de Santander in Spain, Amsterdam Viola Festival, Lac Léman Music Masterclasses in Switzerland with the Michelangelo String Quartet and Nobuko Imai, Internacional Festival of Marvão with the Anglo-Portuguese Ensemble, Verão-Clássico Summer Academy with Isabel Charisius, and Celles-sur-Belle Festival in France with Aida-Carmen Soanea and Romain Garioud.

José Nunes had masterclasses under the guidance of distinguished professors such as Ettore Causa, Antoine Tamestit, Aida-Carmen Soanea, Veit Hertenstein,Tatjana Masurenko, Nobuko Imai, Daniel Bard, Jurgen Kussmaul, Tim Kliphuis, Wang Shaowu, Isabel Charisius, and Wenting Kang.

As an active chamber music player, José Nunes played and had coachings with several musicians such as the Michelangelo Quartet, the Juilliard Quartet, Kai Vogler, Jan Vogler, Mira Wang, Christian Poltéra, Zhe Li, Mi-kyung Lee, Ettore Causa, Frans Helmerson, Plamena Mangova, Mihaela Martin.

 

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Stand: Mai 2021