Carlos Rosas (Ensenada, 1986) began his studies with Boris Glouzman at the age of 5 in the Centro de Estudios Musicales of the UABC. He made an academic exchange with the CNSMD of Paris with David Walter. He was a 2-year (2011-2013) winner of the FONCA’s Fellowship for Study Abroad to study the Master’s Degree in Oboe at the Amsterdam Conservatory in the Netherlands where he received the highest qualification “Cum Laude” under the guidance of Professor Ernest Rombout as his main teacher, Jan Kouwenhoven (Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra) in orchestral practices and Alfredo Bernardini in baroque oboe. During his studies he founded Intercontinental Ensemble, a group which specialized in chamber music and with which he continues to have collaborations. In 2013 – 2014 he was part of the academy of the Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest and in the same year was selected to participate in the Youth Orchestra of the Americas (YOA).
Carlos has had lessons from important oboists such as David Walter, Gianfranco Bortolato, Alexei Ogrintchouk, Lucas Macias, Roland Perrenoud, Frank de Bruine, Didier Pateau, Gordon Hunt, Alex Klein and Hansjörg Schellenberger among others.
He has performed as guest oboist in some of the most important orchestras in Mexico and The Netherlands, including the Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest, Nederlands Radio Filharmonisch Orkest, Amsterdam Philharmonia, the National Symphony Orchestra of México and the UNAM Philharmonic Orchestra. In the area of new music he has collaborated in the IMPULS Ensemble in Graz, Austria Amsterdam Nieuw Ensemble and the Center of Experimentation and Production of Contemporary Music (CEPROMUSIC) as well as other assemblies for new music festivals in Mexico. In the early music area, he has played oboe and different period instruments with several different projects and ensembles including Le concert de la loge with Philippe Jaroussky, Symphonie Atlantique and Alfredo Berbardini’s oboe band, among others. He has appeared in important venues both in the Americas and in Europe, including Het Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and Musikverein in Vienna.
Since 2016 he has been part of the National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico and member of the Mexico City Woodwind Quintet since 2017.