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Ausiàs Garrigós Morant

Bass Clarinet
Adopted by Robin Bloxsidge and Nick Riddle


Ausiàs Garrigós Morant was born in Potries, a small village in Valencia, Spain where he started playing clarinet thanks to the wind band culture of the area.  

Ausiàs’ studied at Conservatorio Superior de Castellón, continuing his training at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama of London, where he gained a master's in clarinet and bass clarinet. His main teachers have been Andrew Marriner, Julian Farrell, Lorenzo Iosco, Andrew Webster, Juan Esteban Romero and Javier Ros. 

Ausiàs has been the Principal Bass Clarinet of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra since 2018, but also plays regularly with orchestras like the London Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Orquestra del Gran Teatre del Liceu de Barcelona, among others. 

He is the Bass Clarinet Professor at the Royal Northern College of Music and Guildhall School, a tutor in the Festival Internacional de Valencia, and does masterclasses in bass clarinet and contemporary music at the Royal College of Music. 

Ausiàs is also very interested in contemporary music and is a founder member of the Riot Ensemble. 

Interesting fact:  

Since 2018 Ausiàs runs an international music festival every summer in his hometown, Potries, bringing international musicians to a very rural part of the country where the access to this kind of culture is very limited. 

 

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