Novus Remote Artist 2023

Novus Remote Artist Competition 2023
If you want to record, launch and promote your recording career, Novus Promusica we will be happy to help you.

Novus Remote Artist 2023



Novus Remote Artist 2024


What is Novus Remote technology?

It is an innovative technology developed by the Novus Promusica record label, which will allow you to connect to our remote studio from anywhere and at any time.


Your candidacy will be evaluated by a verified and multidisciplinary group of experts from the world of music, communication and production.

Rubén Talón, pianist and ESMAR teacher

Endorsed by critics as one of the best pianists of his generation. Winner of more than 30 first prizes in international competitions in Spain, France, Italy, Austria and the United States...
He offers concerts as a soloist and with orchestras in Spain, France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Russia, China, Argentina and Uruguay. He has performed in auditoriums such as the Palau de la Musica in Valencia, Auditorium del Massimo in Rome, Auditorium Umanitaria in Milan, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Sala Mozart in Bologna, ChongQing Philharmonic, Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Kirslovock's Philharmonic, SODRE in Montevideo or Salle Gaveau de Paris, among many others.
His students have been first prize winners in international competitions. It offers Masterclass in Conservatories and Schools of recognized prestige. He is an Ambassador of Talent at the Promete Foundation, a delegate of the Eutherpe Foundation, Director of the Piano Cycle "El Piano de Cañada Blach" in Valencia and Director of the ESMAR piano department.

After his studies in Paris with Denis Pascal, he was the first Spaniard to be admitted to the prestigious "Accademia Incontri col Maestro" in Imola (Italy), chaired by Vladimir Ashkenazi, where he studied with the famous Masters Leonid Margarius and Boris Petrushansky.


Beatriz Arzamendi, composer and coordinator Teatros Canal

Beatriz Arzamendi obtained the degree of Professor of Violin, Solfeggio, Music Theory, Transposition and Accompaniment and Faculty Member of Composition (Honorable Mention), Orchestral Conducting and Choir Conducting at 'Real Conservatorio Superior de Música' in Madrid. She has studied with: Pedro León, Francisco Calés, Román Alís, Antón García Abril, Francisco García Nieto and Enrique García Asensio, among others. 

Since 2010, she has worked at the Teatros del Canal as the Coordiator of Music and the Choreographic Center. She was Vice President of the Women in Music Association (2010-14). She is a Member of Musikagileak (Basque-Navarrese Composers Association) and of the Composers Association of Madrid (AMCC), of which she is a member of the board of directors.

Her works have been performed in different halls and music festivals in Europe, America and Asia. In 2021, she was commissioned by the Santander International Music Festival for an orchestral work premiered in August 2022 under the direction of Elim Chan, conducted by the Principality of Asturias Symphony Orchestra. That same year, she was selected by the SGAE Foundation and the Spanish Association of Symphony Orchestras (AEOS), for the creation of a symphonic work for the Navarra Symphony Orchestra, whose premiere took place in September 2022 by its principal conductor, Perry So.

She has been invited as a speaker at numerous symposiums, and workshops related to the role of women in music.

Luz Orihuela, director 'Andante con Moto' RNE

Undergraduated in Philology and Master in Radio, Luz Orihuela is the author of numerous adaptations of children's stories, translator and author of 'La pandilla cola de milano (Aventuras para salvar el planeta)'. She has also produced numerous pedagogical material (textbooks and digital material) and is currently a Language and Literature teacher at the Colegio Sagrado Corazón – Corazonistas in Madrid. She has been an associate professor at the University of Murcia, has worked in different media as an editor, presenter, coordinator and director of different programs (Onda Cero, TVE and Antena 3). Since September 2017, she heads and directs 'Andante con Moto', Radio Clásica (RNE), a program focused on young musicians.

Mario Mora, pianist and communicator

Mario Mora graduated with Honors and Extraordinary Award for best recital at the Royal Academy of Music in London, with Professor Pascal Nemirovski.

He is the winner of more than 30 national and international piano awards, including first prizes in competitions such as Making Musik for Young Artists (UK), Lagny International Piano Competition (France), Infanta Cristina Loewe-Hazen Prize Competition, or the Permanent Competition of Musical Youths of Spain, and maintains an intense work as a soloist in Europe, America and Asia, having performed as a soloist with orchestras such as Radio Televisión Española, the Valencia Symphony, the Dulwich Symphony or the Hanoi Philharmonic. , among many.

His piano career is developed in parallel to his pedagogical work at the Superior Conservatory of Music of Castilla-La Mancha, and communication on Clásica FM Radio.

Ana Vázquez Silva, composer

Disciple composer of the teachers Antón García Abril and David del Puerto. In the composition of music for concert, she has created works for many different formations, highlighting her special interest in voice and chamber music, receiving commissions from institutions such as the Albéniz Foundation and the National Orchestra of Spain.

As for applied music, she has a Master's Degree in Composition for Audiovisual Media from the Katarina Gurska Superior Center and a Specialist in Orchestration for Film and TV from the Berklee College of Music, doing work for documentary and fiction film productions, as well as for advertising, audio branding and video games.

Her creative activity leads her to artistic and musical direction, producing musical-stage projects, among the latest "Añadas, canciones para soñar despierto" and "María La Balteira, la mujer dek futuro", which promote multidisciplinarity and co-creation since she also worked as a scriptwriter and songwriter.

As part of her informative and pedagogical work, she gives workshops aimed at active listening and musical perception and creativity, and she is the creator of educational web resources, focusing on musical analysis.

Carmen Cecilia Piñero Gil, musicologist and professor

Carmen Cecilia Piñero Gil has been a representative of Comu Arte in Spain (Women in Art. Murmur of Sirens: Art of Women . ) since 2000, she has a PhD in History and Music Sciences from the University Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) – with a thesis on Ibero-American composers – and Higher Degree from the Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid. Graduated in Law and Research Sufficiency in Law from the aforementioned University, she is a Professor of Secondary Music.

She has been Associate and Honorary Professor at the UAM and Associate at the University of La Rioja. She collaborates with the UAM heading doctoral thesis in the fields of cultured Ibero-American Music and in studies on women and gender in Music (with special dedication to Spanish and Ibero-American female composers), fields in which she develops intense work as a lecturer, researcher and columnist (among others in the Dictionary of Spanish and Spanish-American music, the Cervantine Encyclopedia, the Greenwood Encyclopedia of Latin Music, The History of Music in Spain and Latin America of the Economic Culture Fund, Magazine Pattern, Revivethis Itamar, Magazine Scherzo etc.). 

Author of the first list of Ibero-American and Spanish composers, she has been coordinator of the International Congress of Women in Art The art of women as an agent of change and social development (Madrid, 2007). She belongs to several national and international research groups, the University Institute for Women's Studies (IUEM-UAM), as well as the Association of Women in Music, while she is a founding member of Euterpe-Música y mujeres. She is co-editor with Eulalia Piñero Gil of the book Art and woman. Visions of change and social development. She has been a jury member of the III and IV editions of the Fundación Magistralia International Musical Creation Contest for Women, of the II “María de Pablos” International Composition Contest for female composers and cMusicological coordinator of the CD MÚSICA Y CERVANTES vol. YO: Of the sweet My enemy. Cervantine Women.

Manuel Ruiz del Corral, composer

Born in 1978, Manuel Ruiz del Corral consolidated his learning with masters Manuel Seco de Arpe, Pablo Miyar and José Buenagu, which, together with his friendship with Einojuhani Rautavaara, has allowed him to develop his artistic identity.

His stylistic versatility has allowed him to cover many genres, from symphonic works to electronic and film music. His concert music has been premiered in important halls worldwide, including performances in Gasteig Philarmonie (Germany) or Acropolis Hall (Greece).

He is a member of the board of directors of the Madrid Association of Composers and Composers of Contemporary Music (AMCC), a collaborator of the Madrid Contemporary Music Festival (COMA), and a member of the association of audiovisual music composers (MUSIMAGEN).

In his desire to promote young talent and contemporary music, he has founded and directs the Novus Promusica record label.

On the other hand, he is a Telecommunications Engineer, specialized in bioengineering and neuroscience, and a recognized expert in Digital Transformation and Artificial Intelligence. He is the author of the book "Being Digital, Towards a conscious relationship with technology" and a regular at expert seminars for managing techno-stress and privacy in the digital age.



We want to offer you the best opportunities

If you result as the winner of the Novus Remote Artist 2023, we offer you a year residence to:

– Record and produce your recordings, with the best sound quality and in the most efficient way, using our innovative technologies.

– Release your recordings to streaming platforms (Spotify, Apple Music, etc.), boosting your presence in playlists and in front of tens of thousands of potential listeners.

– Design your image as an artist and that of your recording projects.

– Train you in new digital music editing skills, as a fundamental tool to function in today's world.

What do we value?

Do not hesitate to apply, we will be delighted to help you

We will value:

– That you are between 22 and 29 years old. 

– That you have the necessary technical means to record with our Novus Remote technology: a silent or digital piano that you can access regularly, Internet connection, cables and a digital device (mobile, computer, tablet).

– That you have a sufficiently extensive and quality repertoire, that you can record for a year.

– That you propose a consistent and motivated artistic project, and open to our proposals. 

– That you show your interpretations and your technique through recordings (of any kind, made at home, or professional).

– That you be a proactive, agile, responsible, creative person and eager to learn. And don't be afraid to understand yourself with technology.