Personality, refinement and brightness define pianist Judith Jáuregui. British magazine International Piano has recently portrayed her as ‘creative intuition’‘an imaginative artist, a strikingly individual performer who has impressed European audiences with her maturity of expression’. Likewise, in the words of the German magazine Piano News, 'it is not only the impeccability of her performance that counts, but rather the impression of listening to a pianist who really has something to say’.

Other recent reviews outline that in her interpretation ‘everything is evocation, suggestion, of a joyful and dancelike voluptuosity” (Classiquenews), describe her sound as ‘simply beautiful: it is a festival of polyphony and fluidity, sobriety and elegance and a rare intelligence of contrast and nuance’ (Audiophile Magazine) and remark that ‘listening to Judith Jáuregui is, above all, a discovery of a leading artist, who plays without borders and finds her truth in musical power, but also in an overwhelming interiority’ (Mediapart).

In recent years she has been enthusiastically received on leading stages, including the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, the Palau de la Música in Barcelona, the Southbank Centre in London, Auditorium du Louvre in Paris, Flagey in Bruxelles, Konzerthaus Berlin, Suntory Hall Tokyo, NCPA Beijing, Teatro Mayor in Bogotá, Schloss Elmau in Germany, Murten Classics in Switzerland and the Festival International de Piano de La Roque d’Anthéron in France,  the Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada, amongst others.

She has collaborated with the Britten Sinfonia, the Orchestre National de Lille, the Sinfonie Orchester Biel Solothurn, the Neubrandenburger Philharmonie, the PFK Prague Philharmonia, Das Neue Orchester Köln, the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, the Slovak Sinfonietta, the OFUNAM in Mexico and the Simón Bolívar Orchestra of Venezuela, besides the principal Spanish orchestras such as the Spanish National Orchestra, Spanish National Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra, the Basque National Orchestra or the Castille and Leon Symphony Orchestra.

Born in San Sebastian in northern Spain, Judith Jáuregui has a multicultural background  derived from her Basque mother and her Mexican father, who grew up in France. After initial studies she moved to Munich to study with the Russian maestro Vadim Suchanov at the Richard-Strauss Konservatorium. 

Highlights of season 23/24 include collaborations with the Orchestre de Cannes, the Spanish National Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra (ORTVE) and the Real Filharmonia Orchestra. She will also return to the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, the Palau de la Musica in Barcelona, the Auditorio in Tenerife or to the Teatro Mayor in Bogotá. And her upcoming album will be released in Spring 2024, with piano concertos by Grieg and Falla recorded alongside the Castille and Leon Symphony Orchestra.



Madrid, Spain

Teatro Monumental

Beethoven: Choral Fantasy op. 80 with Spanish National Radio and Television Orchestra & Christoph König

Skopje, Macedonia

Macedonian Philharmonic

Manuel de Falla: Nights in the Gardens of Spain, with the North Macedonia Philharmonic Orchestra & Gabriel Bebeselea

Cordoba, Spain

Rafael Orozco Piano Festival

Mozart, Schumann, Chopin, Liszt & Schubert



A start to 2023 full of successes for Judith Jáuregui

Judith has received a wide-ranging applause from the critics for her different projects of the first quarter of 2023. 

Following the recording of her upcoming album with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León in January, Judith joined the ADDA Simfònica and its principal conductor, Josep Vicent, in Alicante to perform The Nights in the Gardens of Spain by Manuel de Falla. This was celebrated by Ritmo magazine, which in its review sayed that... [read here the latest reviews]

Judith returns to main stages in Spain and travels to Latin America for her debut in Mexico

Judith will return in the coming weeks to some of the main stages in Spain of where she has played regularly in recent years, including the Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid, the ADDA in Alicante, the Euskalduna Palace of Bilbao or the Auditorio de Zaragoza. She will also travel to Latin America to make her debut in Mexico. Following her recent presence on stages in France, Belgium, Turkey or the Czech Republic, the pianist now returns to the Spanish scene with a variety of different projects and repertoires.