Isaac M. Pulet

LA MADRILEÑA - VIOLIN

Isaac M. Pulet La MadrileñaViolinist Isaac M. Pulet holds a Bachelor of Music from Madrid Royal Conservatory. He studied with Igor Mikhailov and Hiro Kurosaki. Later he studied in The Hague Royal Conservatory with Pavlo Beznosiuk and Ryo Terakado. He has been coached by teachers like Lucy van Dael, Anton Steck or Enrico Gatti.

He performs with early music ensembles like La Madrileña, La Capilla Real de Madrid, Hippocampus, La Ritirata o Zarabanda. He got involved in the Britten-Pears Young Artist Program (England), a project formed by young musicians from all over Europe, conducted by Massaki Suzuki.

He has collaborated with La Compañia Nacional de Teatro Clásico, in which he performed the violin solo evil’s trill (Tartini) in La Estrella de Sevilla play, directed by Eduardo Vasco. As an early music specialist Isaac is the musical director in the theater company “delabarca” directed by Nuria Alcorta.

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