ISAAC. M. PULET
Conductor and violinist
Teacher of Baroque violin at the Higher Conservatory of Vigo in Spain, he studied initially at the Higher Conservatory of Madrid with international violinist Hiro Kurosaki then at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag (Royal Conservatory of The Hague, in Holland) with Pavlo Beznosiuk and Ryo Terakado. He also received masterclasses from Lucy van Dael, Anton Steck, Mira Glodeanu, Margaret Foultness, and Kati Debretzeni, amongst others.
In Spain, he has performed with La Madrileña, Nereydas, La Capilla Real de Madrid, Hippocampus, La Ritirata, Conductus ensemble, Contrasto armonico, La Spagna and Harmonia del Parnás and has recorded for labels such as Panclassics, Arsis and Brilliant Classics. Of special relevance is his collaboration with Música Alchemica led by the brilliant soloist Lina Tur Bonet with which he recently recorded two discs of hitherto unpublished Antonio Vivaldi works, Vivaldi premieres and Il Grosso Mogul, both of which received very enthusiastic reviews.
In the world of theatre, he collaborated with the Compañía Nacional de Teatro Clásico, for which he performed the Devil’s Trill Sonata (Tartini) in La Estrella de Sevilla by Lope de Vega, directed by Eduardo Vasco. In his capacity as a specialist in Spanish early music and as music director with the Delabarca theatre company directed by Nuria Alkorta, which specialises in the work of Calderón de la Barca (the Spanish dramatist, much admired by Goethe), he carried out intense musicological studies and recoveries for works such as the auto sacramental Año Santo en Madrid, Theatrum mundi, Darlo todo y no dar nada and Hado y divisa.
As actor and musician, he formed part of the cast of PaGaGnini, a humorous concert by Yllana Producciones and Ara Malikiam, which has performed in the best theatres of the world and which is now busy crating another show combining music and humour called Maestrissimo.
His links with theatre and his interest in Spanish early music led him to found the Opera Omnia group which focuses on the recovery and re-interpretation of Spanish musical heritage in general and its plentiful stage music in particular. The group was commissioned by the town council and the Cathedral of Santo Domingo de la Calzada to record a disc of unpublished works by Diego Pérez de Camino, maestro de capilla at the Cathedral of this town in the 18th century.