Victor Garcia Garcia


Victor García García was born in Seville (Spain) in 1994. At the age of three, he received his first cello lessons from Professor Nonna Natsvlishvili, and was later taught by Professor Mikhail Milman. From 2011 to 2014, he studied under Professor Natalia Shakhovskaya at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid, where he was proclaimed best student in the cello class and also in the chamber music class. He successfully completed his bachelor’s degree at Berlin University of the Arts with Professor Jens Peter Maintz. He is currently studying on a master’s degree programme for soloists. In order to complement his musical education, he has attended masterclasses with Lluís Claret, Natalia Gutman, Ralph Kirshbaum, Antonio Meneses, Jonathan Brown and Laurence Lesser.

Victor García García won the 2nd prize at the “Witold Lutoslawski International Cello Competition” in Warsaw in 2013, and has been awarded significant prizes at numerous competitions in Spain. In 2015, he received the Wardwell scholarship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. He also receives a scholarship from Juventudes Musicales de Madrid.

As a soloist, Victor García García has already performed with the Málaga Philharmonic Orchestra, the Seville Symphony Orchestra and the symphony orchestra of the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía. A further focus of his musical career has been chamber music. He has attended chamber music courses with Günter Pichler, Heime Müller, Márta Gulyás, Eckart Runge, Fernando Arias, Jonathan Brown, Avri Levitan, and the Cuarteto Quiroga amongst others. To date, Victor García García has performed as a chamber musician in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Spain and the USA. In 2018, the young cellist was invited to perform at the FESTIVAL NEXT GENERATION in Bad Ragaz.


January 2018