Born in Utrera (1997), Luis González is making a name for himself on the Spanish and international scene thanks to his participation in numerous competitions and as a concert performer, especially in the field of classical and contemporary music, but also in traditional music such as flamenco. His current activity includes concerts as a soloist and in chamber music with Gaman Ensemble, Duo Métis and with different pianists, with occasional collaborations with other artists.
His curiosity leads him to play early, classical, contemporary and other styles of music, actively collaborating with important composers in the creation of new works as a soloist and with their different projects, such as Félix Ibarrondo, Orlando Bass, Carmen Verdú, Alfonso Romero, Manuel Hidalgo and José Ramón García, among others.
Laureate in numerous competitions, he obtained a first prize in the II and III editions of the Chamber Music Competition "Ciudad de Utrera", a first prize in the category "professional teachings" in the X and XI editions of the Chamber Music Competition "Ciudad de Valverde del Camino", a first prize in the XIII and XIV editions of the Chamber Music Competition "Julia Hierro", first prize at the "Igartza Musika" Competition (Beasain, Spain) in 2018, a fourth prize at the International Saxophone Competition "Adolphe Sax" in L'Hay-les-Roses in 2020, a third prize and prize for the best interpretation of a Spanish work at the International Chamber Music Competition "Anton García Abril" in 2021, and second prize at the International Competition "Alpen Classica" in 2021.
He has studied at internationally renowned schools such as the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris, the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Musikene (San Sebastián), as well as the CRR of Versailles, the Université Paris-Saclay and the CSM of Seville. He complemented his studies in music history, analysis, orchestration, harmony and composition with the composer Alfonso Romero Ramírez.
Luis is currently an ambassador for the ligature brand JLV Sound Paris and the Lefrecque brand.