José Luis has been a Musikene professor since its creation in 2001. You can study with him both Bachelor in Musical Performance and Master in Musical Performance (Clarinet). José Luis is also a professor of Chamber Music and Ensemble in Master studies, conducting the Musikene Master Ensemble.
José Luis Estellés is programming and conducting this 2023*24 three programs.
José Luis Estellés in AIMS – Academia Internacional de Música de Solsona
The Wind Academy, 14th – 20th of August, 2023
AIMS stands for Academia Internacional de Música de Solsona. Creating great music starts by nurturing young musicians, so the AIMS Academy invites and brings talented young music students together from around the world, and provides private and group mentoring with highly renowned music professors from well-known institutions. José Luis Estellés is the Artistic Director of the International Wind Academy.Read More
José Luis Estellés in Música a l’estiu (Xàbia) – 2023
The 37th International Woodwinds Summer Course, 24th – 30th of July, 2023
To say Xàbia in summer is to say music. In its 37th edition, students of woodwind instruments gather in this pleasant coastal town to enjoy an intense advanced course with a unique teaching staff.
José Luis Estellés is conducting HfMT-Köln Standort Aachen Symphony Orchestra and soloists in two concerts (Würselen and Krönungssaal, Aachen). Works by Ravel, Mozart and Brahms.
‘Fin du Temps’, the CD featuring Takemitsu’s ‘Quatrain II’ and Messiaen’s ‘Quatuor pour la fin du Temps’ stands amongst the best recordings in 2021, according to the prestigious magazine Scherzo.
José Luis Estellés performs six pieces for solo clarinet written by female composers.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of contemporary music at the Centro Guerrero in Granada
The concert title – Between Elektra and Salome – is inspired by two Jordi Teixidor paintings, in exhibited in this special venue.
Label Ibs classical to release latest José Luis Estellés’s recording, Fin du Temps
Toru Takemitsu & Olivier Messiaen
José Luis Estellés has recorded the 20th century’s masterpiece for this instrumental combination, the “Quartet for the End of Time” by Olivier Messiaen, in musical partnership with Aitzol Iturriagagoitia (violin), David Apellániz (cello) and Alberto Rosado (piano). Together with the Quatuor, this CD includes iconic Quatrain II by Toru Takemitsu.