“Sensitivity in its purest form, a wonderful concert!!!
Bruna was born in 1999 in Barcelona. She began musical studies at the School of Musicians and JPC where she studied professional degree and is currently studying bassoon. Her guitar teachers have been: Virginia Gómez (2004-2009), Montserrat Pijuan (2009-2014) and Darío Barroso (2014 to 2017). At the same time, she also studied with Juan Becerra at the Pau Casals Municipal School in El Vendrell the fifth and sixth year of guitar and guitar ensemble. She has received the Agustín Cohí Grau scholarship and the Ferrer-Salat Foundation Scholarship to carry out her higher guitar studies. She is currently studying 4th year of Classical Music Interpretation at the Conservatorio Superior del Liceo with Professor Guillem Pérez-Quer. She has attended the XIII Tarragona International Music Festival (2013), as an active student with Maestro Carles Trepat. She has participated in the XI, XII, XIII and XIV Guitar Circuit of the Tarragona regions (2013-2016). She has participated in the 6th and 7th International Guitar Orchestra Course with Professor David Murgadas. She has been selected in the VI, VIII and IX Shows of Young Guitarists of Tarragona and Catalonia. She has obtained the first prize in her category in the 1st Vila-Seca Guitar Contest (2015). She has attended the XVI and XVII Tarragona International Music Festival, as an active student with the guitarist and composer Marco Smaili and the XXXVII Cervera International Music Course, as an active student with Maestro Carles Trepat. She has also attended the I, II and III International Guitar Festival María Luisa Anido del de los Infantes, as an active student with teachers Hopkinson Smith, Marco Smaili and Carles Trepat. In 2018 she won the Llobet Prize at the XV Miquel Llobet Contest. She has performed several concerts in Barcelona, at the San Pedro Apóstol Center, the Church of San Cayetano (2017), the MNAC and the Library of Catalonia (2.019). She has received master classes from professors Xavier Coll, Eduardo Martín, Leo Brouwer, Margarita Escarpa, Rafael Aguirre, Carmen Becerra, Àlex Garrobé, Marco Tamayo, Anders Clemens, Carlo Marchione and Rostislav Ucitelli.