Trained as a classical pianist, Manuel Gimferrer keeps pursuing his dream of conducting an orchestra, while exploring other ways of musical expression, including composing and embracing technology to create that necessary link between our great musical legacy and future listeners. He also enjoys collaborating with other musicians, especially singers. This is a time for adventure, and here is an artist ready to share his journey!
Manuel works in his own studio preparing different kinds of experiences around his classical repertoire, solo or collaborating with other artists, especially lyrical singers.
He also likes recording videos and streaming concerts, where he introduces the pieces for listeners to better connect with the music. This work aims to produce digital contents for all kind of audiences, including children and families.
Manuel has named his studio after the character of Mirlo, who introduced him to Opera when he was a kid.
Mirlo Studio is a space to Cultivate your Inner Garden
Since his undergraduate studiesManuel has been pursuing his dream of becoming a conductor, always advised by exceptional Maestros. Although the pandemic made him adjust his original plans, he has kept on refining his skills, and nowadays he is attending a very special program in Portugal: the Orquestra Costa Atlantica Conducting Academy.
Conducting has been the Polar Star for Manuel's musical aspirations.
In 2021 Manuel started exploring the new world of opportunities that the web3 could open to artists. Stepping away of his comfort zone, he started working in a composition for a collection of NFTs -Non Fungible Tokens- generated by new tech, and secured by Bitcoin. This team work with talented musicians and engineers has been a great experience, and Manuel looks forward to more adventures like this in the upcoming Internet .
Discover the First generative music NFT collection on the Stacks Blockchain by Curator Collective, Sean Longstreet, and Manuel Gimferrer.NFTs for Peace
A composition in progress for a new NFT collection
with art works by Korean Artist in Paris