Pedro González is a violinist, composer and improviser from Spain. During the two last years he has been focusing his activity on the creation of multidisciplinary pieces; performing contemporary repertoire and improvised music using electronics and video, exploring the possibilities of his instrument and the relationship between music and other arts.
Pedro started his musical studies at “Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Vigo” studying with Marta Vélez, Marcos Escobar and Mario Péris. He completed his Bachelor degree at ESMUC (Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya) studying with Kai Gleusteen, Tatiana Aleshinsky and Abel Tomas (Cuarteto Casals). While in Barcelona, Pedro got in contact with the world of improvisation, electronics, video art, art performance and theatre.
He studied composition with Helena Tulve, electroacustic composition with Scott Miller, Bill Brunson and Mattias Skold and composition for film with Arnau Battaller. He has been taught about improvisation by Agustí Fernández, Richard Barret, Liba Vilavecchia, Anto Pett, Anne-Liis Poll and Taavi Kerikmae.
He has played with orchestras such as the OCV, the OJSG and the “Orquesta Vigo 430” with which he recorded two albums. He has collaborated with “Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia” in festivals such as "La Noche de las Velas” and “La Quincena musical” and he has developed a concert activity both solo and in different chamber groups: Dúo Noah (Classical), GAO (Contemporary Improvisation), Blau Vagalume (Traditional Music) and Nox Trio, with whom he has won the first prize in “Fundacion Arjau competition”.
Currently he is part of the European Master program CoPeCo, Contemporary Performance and Composition, for 8 interpreters and composers from all around the world, studying and playing in several European cites: Tallinn, Stockholm, Lyon and Hamburg.