Bassist and double bass player Tomàs Pujol graduated from Taller de Músics ESEM in Jazz and Modern Music Performance specialising in the electric bass.
Imbued with a tremendous sense of natural curiosity, he has always been interested in different musical styles and genres and in various artistic disciplines. This has led him to work with many renowned artists and has given him a wide range of professional experience.
Despite his tender years, Tomàs Pujol’s career is already very extensive. During his professional career, he has already worked with first-rate ensembles: El Pot Petit, with whom he has performed more than 400 concerts in theatres and festivals all over Catalonia and has been awarded two Enderrock Awards and two Arc Awards in 2019 and 2021 for best tour adapted for family audiences; Cora Novoa & The Artifacts, an electronic music producer with whom he has performed at the Sonar Barcelona Festival and Sonar Istanbul; the production Suite de Lucía, directed by Joan Albert Amargós, in which she shared the stage with Carles Benavent, Antonio Serrano and 30 other musicians as part of the Ciutat Flamenco festival; and Els Colors de Duke Ellington, a play that won the Cristina Cervià award in 2022 for best show in the counties of Girona.
He has also played with musicians such as Sara Terraza, Toti Soler, Sergi Carbonell (pianist and composer of Txarango), Chano Domínguez & Taller de Músics Ensemble, Chano Domínguez K.A.I. (with José Benítez and Joan Colom) and Trio Nilo (winners of the Talent 2022 Award), among others.
As well as his career as a performer, he currently works as a teacher at Taller de Músics Escuela de Música and at the Can Fargues municipal school in Barcelona. In addition, in order to complement his studies he is studying for a master’s degree in Flamenco at the ESMUC.
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