Recognized as “one of the world’s elite virtuous musicians” by international critics (“The Daily Telegraph” – 1997, London), Melani Mestre studied music at the Superior Municipal Conservatory of Music of Barcelona, They give London the renowned Russian pedagogue Sulamita Aronovsky (piano) and Sir Colin Davis (orchestra conductor).
Since his debut with the Dortmund Festival Orchestra in 1998, many have collaborated with some of the best orchestras in the world, both in his role as solo pianist and conductor director, among which we can highlight : London Symphony Orchestra, London Festival Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Wiener Kammerochester, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Brasitlava Symphony Orchestra, New Jersey Philharmonic Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Gdansk Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra , Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba, Rumanian National Philharmonic Orchestra, Bulgarian National Symphony Orchestra, Kazan Philharmonic Orchestra, Iasi Philharmonic Orchestra, Pilsen Radio Symphony Orchestra, Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, Bari Symphony Orchestra, Clásica do Sul Orchestra (Algarve Orchestra – Portugal), etc. Melani Mestre has made tours of concerts and performances in most of the European geography, acting in the best concert halls in Spain, Europe, as well as in the United States.
Among his most important musical projects, it is worth mentioning the discovery in 2009 of the Enric Granados Concert for piano and orchestra, finished, edited and released by himself.
Melani Mestre is a member of the Spanish Musicology Society and is Steinway Artist.