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Andrés Cea
After completing studies in Spain, Andrés Cea Galán (Jerez de la Frontera, 1965) attended Jean Boyer´s organ seminars in Lille (France) and also studied with Jean-Claude Zehnder at the Schola Cantorum in Basel (Switzerland). He has also completed his doctorate in musicology at Madrid Complutense University.

Andrés Cea Galán is interested in musical performance using early instruments, including organ, clavichord and harpsichord, and worked also as an organbuilder at Gerhard Grenzing’s workshop in Barcelona.

He is also interested in musicological research, especially on keyboard music as well as the history, technics and aesthetics of the organ in Spain. His articles and books on this subjects are being considered valuable contributions at the knowlege of Hispanic organ culture. As a music editor, he has published Francisco Fernandez Palero’s keyboard music (Edition Gaus) and Sebastian Raval’s ricercari (Patrimonio Musical Español, Fundación Caja Madrid).

As a soloist, he has made various recordings for radio and several CDs for Lindoro, Almaviva, Aeolus and Tritó labels. He has also collaborated with Ensemble Plus Ultra conducted by Michael Noone on the recordings of Tomás Luis de Victoria’s music (Universal).

As a result of his updated approach to the performance, especially of Spanish keyboard music, he is frequently invited both for playing and teaching in Spain as well as all over Europe, México, South-America and Japan.

He also works as an adviser on organ restoration for several institutions in Spain.

He is teaching at Conservatorio Superior de Música de Seville (Spain) and is also the director of the Andalusian Organ Academy.

Andrés Cea also teach as organ professor at the International Organ Academy Julián de la Orden in Cuenca (Spain).