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Iñigo Alonso was born in Vitoria, Spain, in 1970. After finishing his studies in Spain, he attended the Royal Flemish Conservatory, Antwerp, where he studied with Walter Boeykens and Jan Guns, obtaining the highest distinctions. He was then awarded a scholarship to study with Andrew Marriner, principal Clarinet of the LSO, and completed a postgraduate diploma at the Royal Academy of Music. A keen player of contemporary music, Iñigo has been a member of the Aquarius Ensemble, Champ d’action, the Composers Ensemble and the New Music Players.

He has also performed in the Asturias Symphony Orchestra, Bilbao Symphony Orchestra, Galicia Symphony Orchestrated and the Belgium Radio Television. Conductors he has worked under include Michael Tilson-Thomas, Christopher Eschenbach, Mstislav Rostropovich, Tadaaki Otaka and Jerzy Semkow.

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