Ramón Paús, composer with an eclectic training, graduated from the prestigious Aula de Música Moderna y Jazz and received a scholarship from Larry Monroe. He studied orchestration with various teachers in Paris and Lyon and has studied classical guitar at the Liceo Superior Conservatory of Barcelona.
His activity as a composer has stood out in many different areas. For cinema he has composed, among others, the original soundtrack for the multi-award-winning feature film Las Huellas Borradas by director Enrique Gabriel Lipchutz, Sombras Paralelas by director Gerardo Gormezano, Nadie Como Tú by Criso Renovell and Ignacio Oliva's debut film La Rosa de Nadie. He has also signed the scores for the documentary Memoria del Tiempo Devastado, the medium-length film Filosofia del Tocador and the short film La Isla de Papel.
In the theatrical field, Paús has set music to Las Aves de Aristófanes for the Mérida International Classical Theater Festival – in a production adapted and directed by Rosa García Rodero –, Concerto for 48 voices by José Sámano with Lola Herrera and Chete Lera, the production of the Centro Dramático Nacional (CDN) of Eslavos and Terentius, for the Red de Teatros de la Generalitat Valenciana, among others. In the field of dance he has composed the music for the works No vaca and La Noche for the EnclaveDanza Company and several works for the “Y” Company of the Centro de Nuevos Creadores. His catalog of chamber and symphonic works has been heard in Japan, France, Czech Republic, Brazil, Germany, Austria, Holland, Romania, USA, etc.
As a composer of works for piano, he has highlighted his curator-ship of the Formas del Silencio cycle, which he organized in Madrid and Bilbao in 2016/17 and in recent years he has signed some of the most notable works for solo piano in Spanish piano, such as Prosa dissidente, Samambaia, Piano en Arles, or the recent Piano nigromante or Estudio para Uracilo, un príncipe genómico, premiered by soloists of the stature of José Menor, Iván Martín, Eduardo Fernández, Horacio Lavandera or Josu Okiñena. His chamber repertoire includes seven string quartets – the last one, De ultramar, a work commissioned by the CNDM for the Breton Quartet and which premiered at Auditorium 400 of the MNCARS in January 2016 – as well as numerous works for mixed ensembles such as Cuarteto tucano or Apenas de oía el polvo
Concert composition has also been one of the most notable fields of expression in Paús' production. To his credit there are concertos for piano, violin, cello and two concertos for viola entitled De profundis and Cobalto azul, en tránsito. He is also the author of Elegía Primera, la deriva for violin, viola, string orchestra, harp, percussion and male choir premiered in Barcelona 2015. Orquesta y Coro Nacionales de España premiered on March 23, 2018 his Concerto for bass clarinet and orchestra “De las ciudads ajenas” within the 2017/18 Season under the direction of Juanjo Mena and with Eduardo Raimundo as soloist. Recently, ORCAM has commissioned a work “Cantata sobre Fondo Alborán” for the closing of its 19/20 season on June 30, 2020 at the National Auditorium, under the direction of Víctor Pablo Pérez. In the spring of 2023, his Concerto No. 2 for Piano and Orchestra will be premiered with the OEX, with Eduardo Farnández acting as soloist and Mexican maestro Iván García Reynoso as conductor.
Paús has been the first Spanish composer to become part of the Warner Classics catalogue, a label in which he has recorded the successful Piano Works with the support of the Unión Musical Ediciones publishing house (UME/WISE MUSIC CLASSICAL), which includes part of the work for composer's piano. Also notable are his albums Nausica, which documents his interest in jazz and experimentation, Azul de Prussia for the Autor label. The Naxos label has just published two monographs dedicated to Paús: Works for Piano (declared an essential album for Scherzo magazine, an album for history for RITMO and Melómano de Oro for Melómano magazine) and an album about his violin production titled Madera Ocaso, which was sixth in Naxos world sales in December 2016. Since 2011, Ramón Paús' work has been published in full by UME / WISE MUSIC CLASSICAL. He has recently been awarded two awards: II Ciutat de Castelló Award for Musical Excellence "Guitarist Manuel Babiloni" and II PRECREA Award for music "Matilde Salvador! from the Public Universities of the Valencian Community.


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