Regarded as a luminous, elegant and personal artist, Judith Jáuregui has become one of today’s most captivating young pianists. She is a pianist whose approach is distinctive, creative and illuminating. In the words of the Spanish magazine Scherzo, her career to date has been characterized by “an extraordinary natural energy” and she is an artist whose “temperament, freshness and musical dedication open the way to a fabulous future.”

Born in San Sebastián in northern Spain, Judith has been linked with a multicultural environment through her Basque mother and her Mexican father who grew up in France. After initial studies in San Sebastián and a debut recital at the age of just 11, she moved to Munich to study with the distinguished Russian pianist Vadim Suchanov at the Richard-Strauss Konservatorium.

In recent years she has been enthusiastically received on leading stages both in Europe and Asia. Highlights of her 2019/2020 season include concerts with the Neubrandenburg Philharmonie, Britten Sinfonia and the Orquesta Sinfónica Camera Musicae, with which she will tour Spain including halls like the Auditorio Nacional or the Auditorio in Zaragoza.  She will also be at the Berlin Konzerthaus and return to Japan.

Judith is a Bösendorfer Artist.



Vila Seca, Spain

Auditori Josep Carreras

Orquesta Sinfónica Camera Musicae & Maestro Tomàs Grau: Schumann Piano Concerto

Murcia, Spain

Auditorio Víctor Villegas

Orquesta Sinfónica Camera Musicae & Maestro Tomàs Grau: Schumann Piano Concerto

Madrid, Spain

Auditorio Nacional de Música

Orquesta Sinfónica Camera Musicae & Maestro Tomàs Grau: Schumann Piano Concerto



Excellent first reviews of ‘Pour le tombeau de Claude Debussy’

Judith Jáuregui’s new album “Pour le tombeau de Claude Debussy” has received strong critical acclaim in different European cultural and musical publications, both in terms of the choice of repertoire – which is in memory to the French maestro and includes works by himself as well as others by composers who are artistically close to his figure, such as Liszt, Chopin, Falla and Mompou – and well as regarding Jauregui’s interpretation, defined as “being one of pianistic sovereignty”, “poetry that shines with its own light”, “surprising for its extrovert nature and freshness” or “a true Musical lesson”.

Shostakovich and Weinberg in Seville and Madrid with the Signum Quartett

On April 3rd and 4th Judith and the Signum Quartett will play together again at the Teatro Central of Seville and the National Auditorium of Madrid respectively. The programme revolves around two great friends who had different twists of fate in their lives: the reputed Shostakovich achieved success and high degrees of popularity whilst his friend Weinberg, unfairly, did not enjoy such recognition with the consequence that his music is therefore not played as often. Jáuregui and the Signum will play his Quintet, a magnificent work that perfectly describes the expressive intensity of its composer.