Born in Cox (Alicante, Spain) Javier Berná is a multifaceted and prominent musician who combines his activities as soloist as clarinettist with equal intensity with teaching at the Conservatory “Jesús de Monasterio” from Santander.

Laureate of international competitions, it is as a teacher an active exponent attracted by the constant search for excellence, as well as the educational renewal.

Their interest and commitment to Chamber music makes you promote different formations such as the Baalbeck Trio. It works also with musicians such as Jesús M. Gómez, Gorka Hermosa, Trio Malats, among other prestigious performers. Their recent interpretation of the Quartet for the end of the time by O. Messiaen alongside the Trio Malats has received a very warm welcome from audiences and critics.

Orchestral interpretation

In the field of orchestral interpretation, he was selected by the OJRM (Orchestra of young Region of Murcia), the Orchestra of the “Real Conservatorio Superior de Musica de Madrid“, the “European Union Youth Wind Orchestra” and the “Jeunesses Musicales World Orchestra“. Likewise, three years it belonged to the music unit of the 1st aerial Region and air control of the Centre (MACEM) located in Madrid. As a soloist, or as member of various formations, has acted in almost all of the Spanish geography, in important venues such as the Palau de la musica de Valencia, Teatro Monumental and the Auditorio Nacional of Madrid,Auditorio y Centro de Congresos of Murcia, the Palacio de Festivales in Santander, etc. as well as in France, Italy and Poland.

In the field of early music has acted with the Orchestra “El Teatre Instrumental” He is also a teacher who devotes his time and efforts to make classical music known to the public as well as to support different social causes by means of courses for children and young people, numerous pedagogical concerts and various activities at hospitals and senior centers.

Javier finished his studies at the Real Conservatorio de Musica de Madrid and continued his musical education at l’ École Normale de Musique/Alfred Cortot, (Paris, France) with Guy Deplus.