I play early plucked instruments form the renaissance and the barroque era. Of all those instruments, the theorbo is the one that I work the most with and the one that I have more fun playing. I play a medium sized theorbo of warm sound made by Jaume Bosser (2007). I also play a baroque guitar by the same builder (2004) and a vihuela by Julio Castaños (2013).
I studied guitar and baroque guitar at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam (2006) and in early plucked instruments at the ESMUC (2011). During those years I recieved the guidance of Lex Eisenhardt, Xavier Díaz-Latorre, Mara Galassi and Monica Pustilnik.
I enjoy working on my own projects, designing a different programme for each concert. Besides that, I also join other people's projects. Knowing the social,
cultural and historical context of the music I play helps me to work with more rigour and enthusiasm. In my recitals I usually combine the music with short comments about the music, the
composer or the way that music was delivered; I believe this helps the audience to focus their hearing and enjoy even more the music. Amongst my projects I would point up the duo
Eulàlia Fantova & Ferran Pisà. We are working together since 2011 on italian and english music. I also have special fun
working on the italian solo theorbo repertoire because of its virtuosistic and improvisative musical language. On 2016 I started working with the actress Montse German composing the music and
playing it on El verger de l'amat, based on the poetry of Ramon Llull. This project was so well recieved by the audience and critics that currently we are working on a new presentation
after the Metamorphoses by Ovid.