Alfredo Ferre (aka. Onomeya) stands out on the international music scene
as a highly transformational artist.
His concerts are often described by the audience as a deep healing experience.
The season 2023-24 includes performances of a brand new project of Goldberg Variations and electronics at Verbier Festival, Dvorak cello concerto
with OSTC Orchestra in Spain or collaborations as soloist and composer with Rheinstimmen choir Basel.
Recipient of first prize at the VI Antonio Janigro International Competition in Zagreb,
the Jean Nicholas Firmenich Prize at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland, or the Kiefer Habitzel Prize in 2020 in Bern, he has performed as a soloist in renowned concert halls such as Shostakovich Hall in St. Petersburg, La Fenice Theater in Venice, Auditorio Nacional in Madrid or the KKL in Lucerne, with orchestras such as the Croatian Radiotelevision Orchestra, Málaga Philarmonic Orchestra, Zagreb Soloists,
or Orchestra of Queen Sofía.
He is interested on building bridges between classical, electronic and spiritual music, incorporating as well a sense of meditation into his music. Inspired by artists like Leonardo
Da Vinci or Jacob Collier, he is constantly learning about himself through sound in multiple fields, including composition, music production, sound healing therapy and sound engineering.
When elaborating new programs, he takes in consideration the emotional and mental impact of the music in the audience, building a journey rather than a show.