Salvador Tarrasó Aledón, born in Valencia, started his musical studies at the CIM Mislata and, afterwards, at Valencia and Madrid’s conservatoires.
In 1982 he got a Suboficial Músico job, in the Spanish army. In 1986 he joined the European Union Youth Orchestra and in 1987 he obtained a job in the Cuerpo de Profesores de Música y Artes Escénicas by public examination.
He has also been a teacher in the Conservatorio Municipal “José Iturbi” in Valencia and in 1991 he became soloist trombone in Valencia’s Symphonic Orchestra.
From 2004 to 2016 he has been Professor and Secretary in the Conservatorio Superior de Música “Salvador Seguí” in Castellón. Nowadays he works in the Conservatorio “José Manuel Izquierdo” in Catarroja.
He is also founder of the Grup Instrumental de Valencia, with which he obtained the Music National Prize (Interpretation) in 2005 and Importante Levante in 2006.
In 2006 and in 2008 he was the incumbent director and jury member of the Christian Lindberg International Contest, getting to play in the closing ceremony with Christian Lindberg and along other well-known trombonists like Joe Alessi, Jorgen van Rijen or Michel Becquet.
During the 2007/2008 he played as a soloist guest for Navarra’s Symphonic Orchestra and in 2012 he played with the Cukurova Senfoni Orkestasi. In 2013 and 2014 he went in tour around Bulgary along the violinist Vasko Vassilev. In 2014 he did the Toyota Tour around Southeast Asia with the Covent Garden Soloist Orchestra and in 2015 he teached and played in the Italian Low Brass Festival.
Since 2014 he works with the renowned German brand Miraphone, and has heped in the development and perfection of the MB 600 trombone.
He has played with the following musical groups: Municipal Wind Band of La Coruña, Madrid and Valencia and Symphonic Orchestra of Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Sevilla; European Symphonic Orchestra, Mediterranian Symphonic Orchestra, Collegium Instrumentale, ORTVE, Swedish Wind Ensemble, Indonesia National Orchestra, Covent Garden Soloist Orchestra, etc.