Singled out by critics as a luminous, elegant and personal artist, Judith Jáuregui has become one of the most sought-after figures of the Spanish musical scene.

Born in San Sebastian her talent shone through at a very early age, leading to her debut recital when she was only eleven. A familiar figure on the main Spanish stages, including the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, the Barcelona Auditori and Palau de la Musica, the Festivals of Granada, Musika-Música in Bilbao as well as the San Sebastian Musical Fortnight amongst others, Judith’s international career has taken her to leading international festivals and stages in both Europe and Asia, including the Louvre Auditorium in Paris, the Festival du Piano de La Roque d’Anthéron, the Folle Journée in Nantes, the Festival du Piano in Lille or the Montpellier Festival in France, the Southbank Centre in London and the Murten Classics Festival in Switzerland - where she was artist in residence -, Suntory Hall in Tokyo - where she closed a tour that took her to several cities throughout Japan together with the Spanish National Orchestra - as well as several tours in China that have seen her play to great acclaim in auditoriums including the Grand Theatre of Tianjin, Guangzhou Opera House, Harbin Concert Hall, Telunsu Concert Hall in Chengdu or the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing.

Likewise she has collaborated with the Castile and Leon Symphony Orchestra, the Bilbao Symphony, the Murcia Symphony, the Comunidad de Madrid Orchestra, the Oviedo Filarmonia, as well as with prestigious international ensembles including the Prague Philharmonia, Das Neue Orchester Köln, the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, the Slovak Sinfonietta and the Simón Bolívar Orchestra of Venezuela, having the opportunity to work with conductors like Andrey Boreyko, Marc Soustrot, Diego Matheuz, Antonio Méndez, Jaime Martín, Víctor Pablo Pérez, Christoph Spering and Kaspar Zehnder.

Involved in chamber music, Jáuregui currently has projects with different ensembles or musicians like the German Signum Quartett, the Spanish woodwind quintet Azahar Ensemble or the Franco-Swiss cellist Nadège Rochat. Additionally, her belief that music moves beyond any border has prompted her to share a classical and latin jazz fusion project with the Cuban pianist Pepe Rivero.

In line with her entrepreneurial spirit in 2013 Jáuregui created her own record label BerliMusic, under which she has recorded works of different composers and periods: from Debussy, Liszt and Mompou to Albéniz, Granados and Falla or Scriabin, Szymanowski and Chopin. Her first recording (Robert Schumann, the art of the minute), published by Columna Música, won the Best Classical Music Album Award at the MIN Independent Music Prizes. She has also recorded for media such as Radio Nacional de España, Radio Televisión Española and France Musique of Radio France.

Highlights of her engagements for the 2018/2019 season include concerts at leading Spanish halls such as at the Liceo de Cámara of the National Auditorium in Madrid or the Luis García Iberni Piano Days at Auditorio Principe in Oviedo, those at the Philharmonic Societies of Valencia, Málaga and Vigo, as well as her concerts at festivals such as the Musical Autumn one in Soria and the Iberian one in Badajoz. Other commitments will take her to the Czech Republic and Switzerland together with the Hradec Králové Philharmonic, to the Festival Presènces Féminines of Toulon in France, as well as to the Imperial in Concert cycle in Vienna.