“Miriam Gómez-Morán made her first public appearance at the age of twelve. Since then, she has performed extensively on the piano, the fortepiano and the harpsichord in various countries, such as France, Hungary, Germany, Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Italy and Spain. She has also recorded for radio and television in these countries. Her performaces at the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid include: her debut in 1995 (a recital for the 50th Anniversary of United Nations, recorded by Spanish National Radio, that included the world première of “Puteus acerbus” by Rogelio Groba); a concert as soloist with Madrid Symphony Orchestra (1996), a recital in the “The Piano through its History” series (1998) and a recital in the "Mozart Piano Sonatas" series (2006). Other major performances were a harpsichord recital at St. Cecilia´s Hall on the 1755 Kirckman (Edinburgh, 2000) and piano recitals at the Juan March Foundation (Madrid), Palau de la Música (Valencia), Teatro Calderón (Valladolid), Liszt Museum (Budapest) and St. Martin in the Fields (London, 2002). She is regularly invited to perform at international festivals such as the "Festival of the American Liszt Society", "The Great Romantics Festival", "Festival de Granada", "Festival de Otoño" (Madrid), "Tavaszi Hangversenyek" (Budapest), "Edinburgh Festival Fringe", "Festival ENSEMS" (Valencia), "Festival Spanish Brass-Luur Metalls" (Alzira, Valencia), etc. Her interest towards chamber music has made her form permanent duo partnerships with Patrín García-Barredo (piano 4 hands) and Javier Bonet (natural horn and fortepiano). As a contemporary music performer, she has been a member of “Proyecto Gerhard”, with which she has recorded a CD for the Ministry of Culture, and "Plural Ensemble". With this latter group she has recorded a CD of works by Fabián Panisello for the label "Col legno". She has also worked with other orchestras such as Bilbao Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestra of the Comunidad de Madrid.
From 1996 to 1998 she taught at the Music School in Villacañas (Toledo). In november 2000 she took up a professorship at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Salamanca, Spain's leading musical institution. She is frequently invited to give masterclasses in various institutions, among them the Aula de Música of the University of Alcalá de Henares.
She has written articles for specialized magazines such as "La Montaña Mágica", "Quodlibet" and "Revista de Espiritualidad". Her discography includes a CD with works by Liszt (piano solo) for the label Verso (VRS 2014) and two CDs with music for natural horn and fortepiano with Javier Bonet for Arsis (one of them with Juan Pavía as guest artist).”
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