Kilian Garrido Wins Gold Award at the World Classical Music Awards

Kilian Garrido was awarded the Gold Award for Modern Music at the World Classical Music Awards. 477 applicants entered from 24 countries in various categories. Entrants submitted a video that was judged by a panel composed of professional musicians from multiple countries. Garrido performed the 1st and 3rd movement of Lars-Erik Larsson’s Concertino for Trombone and String Orchestra, Op. 45, No. 7.

Garrido began his musical training at the Unión Musical Casinense School, where he studied with Antonio Soriano and performed with the Youth Band and Symphonic Band. He continued his studies at the Llíria Conservatory with Francesc Rozalén. Additional studies have been completed with Salvador Tarrassó, Indalecio Bonet, Joseph Alessi, Vincent Lepape, Antonio Zapata, Simeón Galduf, Juan Manuel Real, and Alejandro Biot.

Garrido is currently principal trombone and soloist with the Ciutat de València Symphonic Band. He has also performed with Youth Orchestra of the Unió Musical de Llíria and for the Symphonic Band of Musicians without Borders.

Please contact Mr. Garrido for further information.