Michael Andreas Haeringer (Spain)

    Michael Andreas Haeringer was born on September 26, 2001 in Barcelona. From an early age he developed a great in interest in music. From 2005 to now studied at the Escola Luthier Arts Musicals. He began his musical studies with Professor Berta Serra Larrocha. In 2007 he began studying piano with Gennady Dzubenko, with whom he still works today. Since October 2010 also performs professional studies (composition, piano, singing, etc.) in the Municipal Conservatory of Barcelona, ​​with Carme Poch (piano) and others. Currently in the Marshall School attends monthly at a Masterclass with Professor Marta Zabaleta. From October 2011 he studied singing with Professor Angels Miró. A concert that Michael did in 2008 in the Church of Sant Gaietà in Barcelona marked his first public success, followed by several concerts in Spain. Stresses its participation in the International Music Festival in Camprodon (in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Isaac Albéniz) and concerts, among others, at the Institute of North American Studies, the Crypt of the Sagrada Familia, the Conservatori del Liceu Barcelona Teatre Principal de Sabadell, Madrid, Malaga, Mallorca, Toulouse-France, Munich-Germany-Austria Salzburg, Lucerne-Switzerland, etc. In November 2010, debuted as a soloist with orchestra, playing the Concerto for Piano in D Mayor of Haydn Orchestra Moscow Gnessin Virtuosi. In 2011 Michael performed a concert for Piano and Orchestra in D Major by Haydn with Malaga Philharmonic, under the direction of Edmond Colomer. After the great success in Málaga, he was invited in November 2011 to play the same concert in Toulouse, France. In March 2012 he performed in Vilafranca with Orchestral Ensemble XXI Conjunt Interpreting Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra Beethoven. Of note is the Concerto for Piano and Orchestra Mozart # 12 Great Hall of the KKL Lucerne, Switzerland, under the direction of Howard Griffiths in July 2013. During 2008 and 2009, Michael won seven awards first and second prize in various competitions national and international. In 2010, with eight years, he won first prize at the International Competition for Young Musicians of Vilafranca and a second prize at the International Piano Competition Ricard Vines Lleida in the category for contestants up to 18 years. In 2012, he was awarded first prize in the television show You really are worth Telecinco and in 2013 the first prize of the TV show The Incredibles Antena 3.