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jorge jimenez


Jorge is one of the most sought after violinists of our day. He is known for his painstaking and exciting approach, performing music in the style and instruments for which it was composed, from the Middle Ages to the 21st century.

Jorge is the founder and director of the Spanish ensemble Tercia Realidad, and is concertmaster of ensembles such as: La Arpeggiata (FR), The Hanover Band (United Kingdom), Forma Antiqva (ES), La Risonanza (IT), Capella Cracoviensis (Poland), I Fagiolini (United Kingdom) and Laudonia Ensemble (Austria).

Jorge is a regular guest concertmaster of orchestras such as Capella Cracoviensis, Orquesta Sinfónica de La Comunidad Valenciana, Orquesta del Principado de Asturias, Orquesta de la Vlaamse Opera, as well as guest conductor appearances of the new Berlin-based opera company Kiez Oper and the Academy Festival Bachowski Swidnica Orchestra in Poland. Jorge appeared as a regular guest as musical director and soloist at London's Shakespeare’s Globe Theater, having directed the musical portion of such works as "The Secret Theater", premiering music by Alexander Balanescu and "Four Seasons" with music by Max Richter.

Jorge has recorded for labels such as Atlantic Records, Naxos, Hyperion, DLR-Capriccio, Lindoro, La Ma de Guido and Prometeo.

With his eclectic solo violin programs, Jorge has toured extensively throughout Europe, South America, and Canada. Performing in Istanbul, Seville, Barcelona, ​​Biecz, Swidnica, Krakow, London, Manchester, Berlin, Madrid, Paris, Varazdin, Montreal and Cochabamba.

In 2021 Jorge presented his album "Lunaris" for GWK records (Germany) for which he wrote 4 electronic soundscapes which the critics considered “out of this world”

Jorge plays a Ruggieri violin from 1680 from the JumpstartJr Foundation (Netherlands) and a Michelangelo Bergonzi from 1780 courtesy of Jonathan Sparey (United Kingdom).