Roberto Moronn Perez

Spanish-born Roberto Moronn Pérez studied in Madrid, Italy and the UK, graduating with first class honours and a degree in Musicology from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, then completing a postgraduate programme at the prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London, where he received the Julian Bream Prize.

A prize-winner of many international competitions, Roberto has appeared as soloist in Spain, Switzerland, Italy, the USA, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Germany and Japan, and in concert with numerous Spanish orchestras. Recently, he played the famous Concierto de Aranjuez with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine.

Stephen Dodgson and Angelo Gilardino are amongst the prominent composers with whom he has worked, and the famous English pianist Stephen Hough has written a guitar piece for him.

Roberto Moronn Pérez has released world premier recordings with pieces by Stephen Dodgson and has collaborated with the Italian publisher Berben in the edition of The Andrés Segovia Archive.

Apart from his musical interests he enjoys literature, art and likes to participate in various sports.

Roberto plays a guitar made by Mariano Conde from Madrid.

Roberto Moronn Perez Reviews:

“Roberto Morron Pérez is a wonderful guitar virtuoso…” —Paul Kennedy, Audiophile Audition

“Roberto Moronn Pérez never puts a foot wrong in his admirable recitals…” —Brian Reinhart, MusicWeb International

“The recording is excellent and allows the listener to lean into Perez’s quiet artistry: following his unfurling guitar lines and the sinuous melodic turns and glowing lyricism of these compositions.” —Nelson Brill, Boston Concert Reviews

“Playing with an assured technique, Perez is very enjoyable – at times, I thought I might be hearing the maestro himself. He has really done his homework: phrasing, contrast, spaciousness, occasional understatement and the sense of hearing a story are all reminiscent of Segovia’s style. This is not to say that this artist has given up his own voice in this process; indeed he has a remarkable ability to interpret this music with certainty and awareness.” —Jim McCutcheon, SoundBoard

“Perez does each man and his work fair justice. He plays with flair but also with nuance and subtlety. His guitar opens up each work and expands it seemingly beyond the limits of a single instrument. …if you are like me you will find each work entertaining, touching, or enlivening as the case may be. …” —John J. Puccio, Classical Candor