Antonio García Jorge has obtained ﬁrst prizes in numerous international competitions in France, Spain, Italy, Andorra and Croatia. International success has allowed him to perform as soloist with various orchestras and give recitals throughout Europe. He has also travelled to China, where he gave a masterclass and concert in Xi'an. He has received awards from INJUVE and the Spanish Ministry of Education and is supported by the Meyer and Tarrazi foundations. Interested in the creation of new music, he has collaborated with IRCAM in Paris and worked with composers such as Joan Magrané, José Manuel López-López, Gilbert Amy, César Camarero and Luis Naón. Also attracted by orchestral music, he has performed with the Castilla y León Symphony Orchestra, the Galicia Symphony Orchestra, The Lyon National Orchestra as well as with the CNSMDP Orchestra and the OLC of Paris in many renowned venues. After having studied under the guidance of Juan Clemente Novo, Vincent David and Claude Delangle at the CNSM in Paris, Antonio continued his studies on the DAI course for contemporary music and creation with Hae-Sun Kang. In parallel, he studied for a Master degree in chamber music under David Walter with the Quartet Yendo, a group which he co-founded and with which he performs numerous concerts, projects and has broadcast on Radio France.