Ramón Negrón Pérez
Violist Ramón Negrón Pérez began his musical career at the age of nine in his native Puerto Rico, graduating cum laude from the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music. He was a member of the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra for 16 years. Now based in Southern California, Ramón regularly performs with the American Bach Soloists in San Francisco, and has also had the pleasure of performing at the Casals Festival in Puerto Rico, the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute in Toronto, and the American Bach Soloists Festival. Continually seeking instruction, and increasing his knowledge and skill level, Ramón has participated in masterclasses with specialists including Bruno Pasquier, Harmut Rohde, Gerald Caussé, Jesse Levine, Elizabeth Blumenstock, and Stefano Marcocchi.
Negrón Pérez is currently an adjunct faculty member of viola and chamber music at the University of San Diego. He is the music director and conductor of San Diego’s community early music ensemble, Kensington Baroque Orchestra.
Ramón Negrón Pérez is a featured artist in our 40th season Winter Musicale on Sunday, February 16. For further details please click here.