The Spanish pianist, Eulàlia Solé, started her studies with maestro Pere Vallribera and completed her studies abroad with Cristianes Sénart in France and with Maria Tipo in Italy. She also received magisterial classes with Alicia de Larrocha and Wilhelm Kempff. She started her professional career at a very early age: she presented her first recital at the age of 14 and one year later she presented her first Orchestra concert. In this early period, she won very prestigious national prizes, therefore starting a long national and international career that prolonged until our times.
Eulàlia Solé is one the most consolidated pianists of the present spanish musical panorama. She has a big repertoire, dedicating attention to the classical and old music as well as to the contemporary music (has interpreted pieces by composers such as Josep Soler, Ramón Barce, Carlos Cruz de Castro and Joan Guinjoan, and many others).
Eulàlia Solé has performed witb such orchestras as the Spanisch National Orchestra, Barcelona City Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Holland, South West Germay Orchestra, Saint Smith Square Orchestra of London, London Sinfonietta, Manheim Chamber Orchestra, Bratislava Symphonic Orchestra, Salzburg Orchestra Soloists, etc. She has played under the conductors Mariss Jansons, Antoni Ros-Marbà, Franz-Paul Decker, Rafael Ferrer, Maximiano Valdés, John Lubbock, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Vladislav Czarnecki, Werner Stiefel, Yves Prin, etc. She has appeared at international festivals as International Festival Granada, Castel de Peralada Festival, San Sebastián Musical Quincena, Festival Cadaqués, Santes Creus, Mozart Cycle in Barcelona, Festival Pau Casals in Puerto Rico, etc.