Julio Moguer is one of the most versatile pianists in today's music scene.
Musician of a solid academic training, he studied at some of the most prestigious European conservatories like Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid (where he was awarded the "Honours Prize"), Conservatorium van Amsterdam (Holland) and Hochschule für Musik Köln (Germany) with professors Javier R. Van-Baumberghen, Anselmo I. de la Campa, Jan Marisse Huizing, Stanley Hoogland (fortepiano) and renowned French pianist Pierre Laurent Aimard. He completed his training with the advice of other prominent personalities such as Philippe Entremont, Claude Helffer, Michele Campanella, Barry Douglas, Håkon Austbø, Pavel Nersessian or Malcolm Bilson.
A prize winner at numerous competitions, Julio Moguer has performed all over Spain, Germany, Austria, Poland, Norway, Holland and Serbia. Noteworthy performances include Beethoven Concerto N. 3 at Auditorio de Zaragoza; Concerto da Camera for solo piano and 18 instruments by Luis de Pablo (chamber version of his Concerto for piano and orchestra N. 1) at Espacio Turina (Seville) with Zahir Ensemble, playing before the composer himself; Kammermusik Nr. 2 for solo piano and 12 instruments by Hindemith with the OSC of Seville conducted by Juan García; or many other performances in such prestigious venues as Belgrade Philharmonic Hall, Salzburg Mozarteum, Koncertowa Hall of F. Chopin University (Warsaw), Reina Sofía Museum (Madrid) or Teatro Central (Seville).
Always interested in different approaches to music, Julio Moguer has worked closely with leading composers such as Reinhard Febel, José María Sánchez Verdú, Luis de Pablo, José Manuel López López, César Camarero, etc. Since 2006 he has collaborated regularly with cutting edge Zahir Ensemble. Moguer also develops an intense career as chamber musician, specially as member of Trio Vandelvira.
Julio Moguer has recorded for Radio Clásica (RNE) and for RTS (official serbian television). He is preparing the release of his latest CD with works for solo piano and ensemble by Luis de Pablo with Zahir Ensemble, under the supervision of the composer himself. His next projects include a recording of "Goyescas" by Enrique Granados.
Julio Moguer is a professor of piano at Conservatorio Superior de Música "Manuel Castillo" de Sevilla.