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"Playing the cello was the first decision I made as a child, the moment I innocently started saying that

I wanted to play 'THE BIG VIOLIN'."

Since then, music has been an integral part of my life journey.

I have discovered a lot by playing in symphonic orchestras as well as through chamber music.

Traveling has also given me the opportunity to meet top musicians of the instrument to which

I dedicate my entire life." 

· About ·

Glòria Expósito Pérez was born in 1995 in Santa Coloma de Gramenet (Barcelona), where she began her cello studies at the music school Can Roig i Torres with Elisabetta Renzi.

She furthered her knowledge by studying with Peter Thiemann.

After continuing her studies in Barcelona at the Institut-Escola Artístic Oriol Martorell

with Joan Antoni Pich, she earned her Bachelor's degree in 2017 at the

Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu with Ángel Luis Quintana.


Later, she relocated to Utrecht (The Netherlands) where she obtained her Master of Music in Performance diploma at HKU Utrechts Conservatorium.

Her studies specialized in 20th-century music with Timora Rosler,

and she also explored baroque cello under the guidance of Viola de Hoog.

She was a member of the Alban Kwartet, frequently receiving instruction from

Viola de Hoog (Shönberg Quartet) and Sebastian Koloski (Utrecht String Quartet), as well as from NSKA (Nederland Strijkkwartet Academy) masters like Marc Danel and Gilles Millet.

Additionally, they were awarded a scholarship for a Master's Degree in Chamber Music at the Conservatori Superior Liceu in Barcelona, where they studied with Erica Wise.


· Experience ·

Glòria has always been open-minded to receiving masterclasses from different teachers, such as

Clemens Hagen, Maria Kliegel, Maria de Macedo, Reinhard Latzko, Gustav Rivinius, Herre Jan Stegenga, Laurentiu Sbarcea, Jan-Ype Nota and Arnau Tomàs. As well as working with Marc Danel and Gilles Millet (Danel Quartet), Jonathan Brown (Casals Quartet), Luc Marie Aguera (Ysaye Quartet) and Wolfang Laufer (Fine Arts Quartet) in the chamber music realm.


She has been active in many international academies, including the Peter de Grote Festival Summer Academy (The Netherlands), Landesakademie Ochsenhausen (Germany), and the Francigena International Arts Festival (Italy), among others in different cities around Spain.

From a young age, she has participated in several youth orchestras, such as JONC (National Youth Orchestra of Catalonia), NJO (Nationaal Jeugdorkest), NeSP (Nederlands Symfonie Project), JOCG (Jove Orquestra de les Comarques Gironines), SCCC (Simfònica de Cobla i Corda de Catalunya), and OJC (Youth Opera Catalonia).

In addition to this, she has worked with professional orchestras such as Orkest de Ereprijs, Orquestra de Cambra de Granollers, Simfònica del Vallès and Franz Schubert Filharmonia

All of this experience was enriched by working with conductors like Robert King, Hansjörg Schellenberger, Pablo González, Gianandrea Noseda, Michal Nesterowicz, Manel Valdivieso, and Jaime Martín.


Chamber music