Antonio Ariza Momblant


Discipline, rigor and passion. These are the first qualities that stand out when one meets Antonio Ariza Momblant, Andrés Segovia Foundation Medal holder, in recognition of his artistic work as a conductor.

His versatility as an artist has led him to conduct various orchestras such as the Córdoba Orchestra, Kamerata Krondstadt, the Symphony Orchestra of the University of Tamaulipas (Mexico) or the Choir and the Hesperian Symphony Orchestra (Title Conductor) in venues such as the Dongying Theater, Beijing, Shenzen (Closing of its international festival) on tour around China or the Úbeda International Festival with world premieres.

También ha desarrollado una importante labor como pianista, actuando tanto en recitales a solo, como solista con orquesa, como en conciertos de cámara junto a artistas como Raquel Lojendio (soprano) o Cristina Gómez Godoy (solista oboe Staaskapelle Berlín), entre otros.

Destaca su labor como investigador de la que ya tiene un libro en el mercado titulado «Alfredo Martos: El Maestro». 

With respect to his educational background in conducting, he holds a Masters Degree in Orchestra Conducting from the Katarina Gurska Higher Center in Madrid, obtaining high grades with Professor Borja Quintas. Also at the same school, he studied Counterpoint, Orchestration and Analysis with Professor Kuzma Bodrov of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Moscow. 

Antonio undertook Masterclasses with prestigious directors Miguel Oretaga, Manuel Hernández Silva, Vladimir Ponkin from the Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Nicolás Pasquet from the University of Music Franz Liszt Weimar, Bruno Aprea and Rüdiger Bohn from the Robert Schumann Hochschule in Düsseldorf. 

He holds an Advanced Piano Degree from the Conservatory of Córdoba, studying under the guidance of Professor Juan Miguel Moreno Calderón, who is a proficient authority in Interpretation from UNIA, together with Professors Joaquín Achúcarro, Luca Chiantore among others.

In the lyrical section, his participation in important productions of titles such as Aida (G. Verdi), El Barbero de Sevilla (G. Giménez) or El Manojo de Rosas (P. Sorozábal), among others, stands out.

Mr. Momblant has studied with numerous pianists such as José Morales, Jorge Luis Prats, Alexander Kandelaki, Moon Chang- Rok, Pilar Bilbao and Manuel Carra.

To give him a more complete vision with studies in Musicology, he holds a Master's Degree in Musical Heritage.