Celia Redondo Pedregal
Celia studied violin and piano at the professional Conservatory Amaniel in Madrid (Spain). Afterwards, she has received a bachelor degree in Music Performance and Education at Alfonso X El Sabio University (Spain).
Celia continued her education and obtained a master degree in Neuroscience and Music and Goldsmiths, University of London (UK). She is currently studying a PhD in musical treatments for children with developmental disorders.
Celia has played in several orchestras, including the Collegium Musicum Orchestra, conducted by Tito García and the Musical Excellence Orchestra conducted by George Pehlivanian. She has also attended masterclasses with world-leading concertmasters such as Noah Bendix-Balgley (Berliner Philharmoniker), Min Kyum Kim (Korean Symphony Orchestra) and soloists such as Grigory Kalinovsky, Frederieke Saejis and Jesús Reina. Celia is also an active and founder member of the chamber music group “Tríadas”.
Celia has been teaching Violin, Piano, Viola and Music Theory since 2013, has an extensive experience in preparing her pupils for ABRSM exams and working with students of all ages in a number of schools across London.
Celia combines both teaching music and academic research in her career, and in 2019 she has received an award from British Spanish Society for her musical research project for adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder.