Alberto Granados Reguión (1993) was born in Madrid. His artistic experience started when he was only 12 years old and sang as soloist in the Royal Opera Theatre of Madrid the opera The little Sweep by Benjamin Britten. Later, while he studied flute in the conservatory of Madrid with Alessandra Rombolà, he started to combine performance and composition of music theatre.
From 2011 on, he composed for more than 20 theatre productions working with theatre directors among the best of Spain. His a-capella musical Iberian Gangsters was nominated “Best composition for scene” in the Max theatre awards of Spain 2018. Alberto also wrote a rock opera and a cabaret performance, both of which premiered in Washington DC.
In 2014 he interrupts his university studies in philosophy and moves to Rotterdam to study composition with Peter Jan Wagemans and René Uijlenhoet, taking part in different projects like composing for the Akom Ensemble, Codarts Slagwerk, Willem the Kooning academy Boats and Dutch Midwinter Horns.
Alberto has attended masterclasses by Tristan Murail, Rebecca Saunders, Carola Bauckholt, Daniel Ott, Fred Frith and Trevor Wishart. Currently he is studying his Master of Composition at the Amsterdam Conservatorium with Richard Ayres and Willem Jeths.