Luis Arias Fernández

Luis Arias Fernández

Born in Madrid. He began his music studies at the age of six at the Centre for Teaching and Development of Musical Skills (CEDAM) and later continued at the Adolfo Salazar Professional Conservatory of Music with Rosalía Pareja and Javier Rovira. He completed his training at Madrid’s Royal Conservatory of Music with Ana Guijarro and, for four years, at the Reina Sofía School of Music with Galina Eguiazarova, Márta Gulyás, and Luis Fernando Pérez, receiving the support of different institutions such as Ibercaja, Fundación Albéniz, AIE, Juventudes Musicales de Madrid, and the Community of Madrid.

Throughout these years he has had the opportunity to receive advice from musicians such as Ferenc Rados, Joaquín Soriano, Mikhail Voskresensky, Claudio Martínez-Mehner, Peter Donohoe, Radovan Vlatković, and Jacques Zoon, among others.

He is regularly requested to collaborate with other musicians and ensembles. He has performed not only in the main Spanish halls such as the National Music Auditorium, the Teatro Real and the Theatres of the Canal in Madrid, the Palau de la Música in Barcelona, the Edgar Neville Auditorium in Málaga; but also abroad, in countries like Mexico, France, Israel, Germany, Sweden, and Serbia.

He has worked at the Pablo Sarasate Conservatory in Pamplona and at the Castilla León Music Conservatory. He currently combines his concert activity with teaching at the Aragón Music Conservatory, as well as at the Reina Sofía School of Music as an accompanying piano professor in the Flute Chair and in the IF International Foundation’s Trumpet Chair.