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Born in Valencia, the oboist Javier Arnal González studied at the Conservatorio Superior de Música with Jesús and Francisco Fuster Salanova, concluding his studies with the highest honours and special awards and specializing in chamber music. He took courses with L. Koch, I. Goritzky F. Salanova and A. Mayer, and was a member of the country’s leading youth ensembles, including the National Youth Orchestra of Spain (JONDE). He performs regularly in chamber groups such as the Amati Ensemble, Camerata Sa Nostra, and Palma Chamber Players, of which he is a founding member. He teaches orchestral repertoire in the class of T. Indermühle at the Conservatorio Superior de Baleares. As an orchestral musician he has collaborated with many national orchestras and has been a member of the Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid. He is currently principal oboist of the Orquestra Simfònica de Balears ‘Ciutat de Palma’.

Role: Classical Artist 
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