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Jaume Gispert

Coordinator of Modern-Popular Music Performance (Theory subjects & Instrumental Ensembles) (ESEM)

Jaume Gispert is a pianist who started playing piano and violin at the age of 4. He gained the Intermediate Level diploma in both instruments at the Girona Conservatory and there he began to study jazz and modern music, where he obtained diplomas specialising in performance and composition (INCANOP ). In 1999 he moved to Amsterdam to study at the Amsterdam Conservatory, where he graduated and took a postgraduate course specialising in jazz piano.

Subjects: Piano, Instrumental Ensemble, Theory of Collective Performance, Ear Training, Applied Composition Basics, Rhythmic Improvement, Instrumental Ensemble 21st Century Jazz, XXL Collective


As a performer, he has recorded several albums, including Lift Off (Vamos Music, 2004), Back on Track (Nomada 57, 2009), Easy Times (Nomada 57, 2011), 50 on a Daily Trunk Vol.1 and Vol. 2 (Nomada 57, 2013), and Jazz a l’estudi amb Jaume Gispert (TVC Disc, 2011), among others. He has also played with musicians such as Tobias Klein, Bernt Nellen, François Chanut, Damien Cluzel, Charlie Green, Phil Dizack, Oz Landesberg and Janne Halonen, Vincent Mascart, André Bonnin, Christophe Fournier and Frederic Leger.

Jaume Gispert has toured countries such as Holland, France, the United States and Spain. He accompanied the Senegalese singer N’déye Fatou Tine “TITI” on her last tour of Catalonia and was one of the pianists chosen to take part in the tribute to Tete Montoliu that closed the 39th Voll-Damm Barcelona Jazz Festival.

As a teacher, he has taught piano and combo at Taller de Músics ESEM. He has also worked in Jam Session, in Escola de Música Moderna de Girona, in Aula Musical de Girona and in Escola Rita Ferrer de Palafurgell teaching classical and modern piano, improvisation, language, harmony and violin.

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