Jorge E. González León was born in Madrid and to the age of 12 years he
registers some compositions in the Society of Authors.
He moved to Paris
where he gains the First Prize of Composition summoned by the Embassy of Spain
for young artists.
He made his studies of piano in The Central
Conservatoire of Paris where he obtained the Diploma of Piano´s End Studies
in the " Interconservatoires de la Ville de Paris "
being his teacher for twelve years Valery Sigalevitch
(who was in turn pupil of Emil Gilels, Nikita Magaloff and Vera Gornostaeva).
Later he obtained the Three Cycles of the Top Degree
of Piano in The Russian Conservatoire, obtaining the highest qualification.
He made studies of Master-Class with Vera Gornostaeva,
Lev Naumov and Evgueny Moguilevsky, following the tradition of the big pianistics schools of Neuhaus,
Liszt and Chopin.
His musical digest includes: Baroque, Classicism,
Romanticism, Postromanticism as well as Spanish
Nationalism, Russian Nationalism and French Nationalism (Impresionism).
He interprets the big geniuses of the music history: J. S. Bach, W. A.
Mozart, Ludwig Beethoven, Franz Schubert go, Fryderyk
Chopin, Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Claude Debussy, Isaac Albéniz and Enrique Granados between others.