Elisabet Iserte López, born in 1992 in Barcelona (Spain), studied at the Music Conservatory of Barcelona obtaining the highest marks. After two years learning with Arnau Tomàs, Elisabet studied her Bachelor degree in Bremen (Germany) at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen with Prof. Johannes Krebs. She recieved impulses from many cellists as Ivan Monighetti, David Grigorian and Tanja Tetzlaff.
Since 2016 she is established in Berlin working with several orchestras and ensembles, such as Bayerische Kammerphilharmonie, Neubrandenburger Philharmoniker o Dogma Chamber Orchestra. Together with Dogma she recently won the Opus Klassik 2019 prize (Germany) in the category “best symphonic recording of classical music until the 18th century” with their recording of 2018, which includes compositions by Mozart and Schubert.
Elisabet plays regularly in renowned concert halls such as Gewandhaus in Leipzig or Berliner Philharmonie. She plays a cello made 2009 by Robert Brewer Young in France.
Chamber music is one of her favorite genres and she is member of the Trio Ilios together with the pianist Lili Bogdanova and the flute player Federico Dalprà. She also plays often with string quartet and string sextet ensembles. In 2016 she started Absit Duo with the catalan saxophonist Carla Obach.
Since her cultural motivations go beyond the cello playing, 2018 and 2019 she has been artistic director of the music festival ‘Festspiele Mark Brandenburg’ (Germany) and she is currently studying her second Bachelor studies in Communication Sciences at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC).