David Alonso-Molina (Valencia, 1983) graduated in piano and violin (with first prize) at the Conservatorio Superior de Música “Joaquín Rodrigo” of Valencia. Afterwards he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Music at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague, where he has studied with Rachael Beesley, Ryo Terakado, Elizabeth Wallfish, Catherine Mackintosh, Kati Debretzeni and Walter Reiter. Additionally he undertook natural trumpet studies with Tomohiro Sugimura, Susan Williams and Graham Nicholson. In 2012 he starts a Master’s Degree in violin, viola and violoncello at the Early Music Department of the Hoogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht, under the guidance of Antoinette Lohmann.
He’s founding member of Les Esprits Animaux, La Academia de los Nocturnos and La Faretra Ensemble. He plays and sings with groups such as the Bach Orchestra of the Netherlands, Concerto Barocco, La Ritirata, Clarini Ensemble, Contrasto Armonico, Stile Galante, Toronto Classical Consort, Ars Lusitana, etc. He has toured all over Europe, Japan and Canada, performing in festivals like Ambronay, Fringe Utrecht, Ghent, Brugges, Dag van La Petite Band, Nüremberg and Calasparra. He has recorded CD’s for Armonia Mundi and Brilliant Classics.