Music is language
with which we all understand each other.

Director and clarinetist

Joan Enric Lluna, one of Spain’s leading musicians, combines his work as a clarinettist with orchestral conducting and teaching.
His commitment to Chamber Music has taken him to perform regularly with string quartets such as the Alexander, Tokyo, Brodsky or Jerusalem; to share a trio with Tasmin Little and Martin Roscoe or Lluís Claret and Josep María Colom among others, and collaborate with first class international artists. His appearances at the City of London Festival, Festival Classique in The Hague, San Francisco Chamber Music series, Berlin’s Konzerthaus or the Liceo de Cámara in Madrid have been of special notice. Joan has premiered and commissioned a number of chamber works by composers like César Cano, J. Torres, I. Zebeljan, P. Barker, D. del Puerto and H.Khoury among others.
In 2005 Joan formed Moonwinds, and he directs since 2009 the International Festival “Residències de Música de Cambra” in Godella, Valencia (Spain).

Upcoming events

1 August | 20:00

La Création du Monde.

Director of the festival orchestra (Godella closing concert)


Comprehensive recording Benet Casablancas, with Moonwinds (IBS Classical)

September, 16 – 22

Invited to the Música Sur Festival, Motril, with Juan Carlos Garvayo and the Trío Arbós

September 30 to octubre 3

Invited to the Mixtur festival, Barcelona.

Contemporary music workshops.

October 15

Recital Palau de la Música Catalana (Petit Palau)

With Albert Guinovart, piano. Works by Guinovart, Gerhard, Romero, Ortega and LLuna

October 26

Moonwinds in Sociedad Filarmónica de Valencia

Mozart y Martín i Soler

October 27

Moonwinds in Sociedad Filarmónica de Bilbao

Mozart y Martín i Soler

October 30 tu november 3

Moonwinds recording sessions, new CD with IBS classical. Works by C. Cano. E. Calandín. M. Palau, B. Soler, etc.

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Un proyecto que vuela

Moonwinds was born from the artistic initiative of Joan Enric Lluna with the aim of bringing together outstanding wind instrument players to form a stable chamber music group. Moonwinds wants to bring the public a new vision of wind instruments, which have a wide repertoire and unique sound qualities, which have given them a privileged place in the classical scene, but which until now have yet to be rediscovered.


Joan Enric Lluna