Follower of the musical tradition of his hometown, trained in the Banda Primitiva de Llíria and in the Conservatory of València with Honors and Extraordinary Professional Degree Awards and final degree. Passionate and creative musician in his projects, which have allowed him to be invited as conductor and soloist to the Orchestras, ADDA Sinfónica de Alicante, Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolivar, Philharmónica de Braga, Orquesta Universidad do Minho, Orquesta Sinfónica de Andalucia, Harmonie Ensemble, Philharmonic Witold Lutosławski Poland, Guimaraes Orchestra, Municipal Symphonic Band of Madrid, Municipal Symphonic Band of Albacete, Málaga Brass Band, Municipal Symphonic Band of Seville, Municipal Symphonic Band of Pamplona,Municipal Symphonic Band of Badajoz, Municipal Symphonic Band of Castellón, Municipal Symphonic Band of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Municipal Symphonic Band of Granada.
Member of the National Youth Orchestra of Spain and guest in the European Community Youth Orchestra. His relationship with the clarinetist and mentor José Miguel Martínez Falomir marks his entire professional career. He studied at the Academy of Italian Switzerland with Karl Leister and at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague with Sjef Douwes, graduating with the highest distinctions.
He works with the teachers Vladimir Ashkenazy, Pablo Sánchez Torrella, Manuel Galduf, Antoni Rós Marbá, Enrique Garcia Asensio, Salvador Más, Victor Pablo Pérez, Lucas Foos, Peter Maag and Edmon Colomer.
Collaborator of the City of Granada Orchestra and the Córdoba Symphonic Orchestra.
“Pedro Vicente Alamá gave the public a superb concert". “Master Pedro Vicente showed how to interpret Spanish music.” Coimbra Diary.
“Pedro Vicente was a luxury.” Salamanca Tribune.
“Pedro Vicente Alamá gave a recital of quality and excellent interpretation.” Las Provincias.
“Pedro Vicente Vini, vidi, vinci” Concert at the Palau de la Música in Valencia. Levante EMV.
“Flirty, nostalgic but also pimpant, Pedro Vicente Alamá shows off his lightness and beauty of sound, a long-standing artist who makes his instrument shine with virtuosity and genuine expressive sense.” Scherzo.
“The summit is the musician Pedro Vicente Alamá, his sound was revealed directly from the beginning. It went from very, very thin - actually still - to a big, pleasant and full sound. Never too strong, never excessive, but always in perfect balance. From the brilliant gold of the oil to the most succulent ruby red of the Rioja, a palette of colors was displayed so magnificent that even the Spanish painter Salvador Dalí would have had his mouth water. With Pedro Vicente's interpretation you can enter the Walhalla of symphonic art." De Limburger – Netherlands.
Professor at the conservatories of Salamanca, Cartagena, Requena, Alicante and Valencia.
Awarded First Prize at the Cullera Competition (2003), First Prize at the Altea Competition (2005), First Prize at the W.M.C Kerkrade-Holland (2009) in the concert section, a score of 93'2 on 100, his performance was rated by the judged as “almost perfect”. Second Prize in the Honor Section of the Valencia International Contest (2014).
He is currently a clarinet professor at the Conservatory of Valencia and director of the Banda Primitiva.