Oleguer Aymamí Baroque cello, artistic director

Artist

Born in Sabadell, Catalunya, Oleguer Aymamí was a member of the Escolania de Montserrat choir conducted by P. Ireneu Segarra.

 

He studied the cello at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya in Barcelona with Damià Martínez and went on to complete a Master’s degree at the Geneva University of Music in Baroque Cello Performance with Bruno Cocset and Conducting with Laurent Gay.

 

His broad musical activity encompasses the fields of early music as well as contemporary and modern music. He regularly appears as a soloist and member of several chamber music groups and orchestras such as Le Concert d’Astrée (Emmanuelle Haïm), Cappella Mediterranea (Leonardo García Alarcón), Gli Angeli Genève (Stephan MacLeod), Orfeo 55 (Nathalie Stutzmann), Les Basses Réunies (Bruno Cocset), Geneva Camerata, Ensemble Cantatio (John Duxbury) or Vespres d’Arnadí (Dani Espasa).

 

He was a founding member of Brossa String Quartet and is the artistic director of Ensemble Exclamatio. Many of these collaborations have included recordings for various labels.