Toni Castells


Toni Castells began his music studies at the age of 4, becoming an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and winning his first composition prize as a teenager. In 2000 Toni moved to London to work with Spanish pop legend José María Cano. He had the opportunity to work with artists such as Plácido Domingo, conductors such as Lorin Maazel, Bernard Haitink and Roger Norrington, multi-Grammy producer Michael Haas and crossover artists such as Hailey Westenra, Noah Stewart and Katherine Jenkins. Absorbing all the influences collected over the years and greatly impressed by the London underground music scene, Toni reinvented himself as an artist blending his beloved classical music with opera, electronica, pop and video art. His debut album Unharmed (2007) made it to the iTunes Electronica Top 20. Seven albums followed including two live albums recorded at Bush Hall and Union Chapel. His acclaimed opera Life from Light was performed twice at the 2014 Tête-a-Tête Festival.


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