Alejandro Román

Alejandro Román, (1971) is a Spanish composer and pianist. Musician of eclectic style, his works cover both current symphonic composition like jazz or film music. Román is from Madrid. He is an eclectic musician, his works include modern symphonic compositions, jazz and film music. He studied composition with Anton Garcia Abril, Valentín Ruiz and Zulema de la Cruz at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Madrid. From 1991 to 1995 he was awarded scholarships by the AIE (Society of Artists and Performers) for studies of Jazz with Tony Heimer, Jorge Villaescusa and Ricard Miralles (piano), Claudio Gabis, Eva Gancedo and Miguel Blanco (harmony, composition and arrangements, music theater), Bob Sands and Victor Merlo (improvisation and ensemble). He belonged to several Jazz and Rock groups with whom he recorded a dozen albums. He has composed over fifty works for piano, voice, guitar, orchestra, chamber, electroacoustic, and teaching music, modern (jazz, pop) and film music, theatre and dance. He has scored fifteen short films and three feature films.

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