Moisés Maroto recorders
Moisés Maroto, recorder player and music educator at the Escuela de Música del Canal in Madrid, studied under Anna Margules, Pedro Sousa Silva, and Pedro Memelsdorff.
He has been a member of several orchestras and ensembles, including the Renaissance group O Bando de Surunyo, as well as the Arte Mínima and the Sesquialtera Ensemble led by Pedro Sousa Silva. In 2016, Moisés joined the Nao d’amores theatre company and performed as an instrumentalist in their shows under the direction of Ana Zamora and musical direction of Alicia Lázaro.
Moisés is a member and founder of the group Barrock’n’roll, an ensemble which has received awards including a prize at the 2013 Concurso Internacional de Música Antigua in Gijón. He is a member of the group Continuum XXI, supported by the Deutscher Musikrat, and is a member and founder of the Serendipia Ensemble, with which he has performed at prestigious festivals such as the Festival Internacional de Arte Sacro in Madrid.