Adrián Albaladejo, was born in Bigastro, Alicante. From 2011 - 2015 he studied with Pablo Fernández and Ivet Frontela at Catalunia Music School (ESMUC). 

Albaladejo is the winner of several artistic scholarships, such as the Anna Riera Foundation and Juventudes musicales Spain, which has enabled him to pursue his goal of being a professional musician. Albaladejo is a winner of the Internacional AETYB competition, Jeunesses Musicales Spain, Jeunesses National Performer Competition  “Ruperto Chapí”, and the Jeunesses National Performer Competition “Ciutat de Xátiva”.

Seduced by the sound of the trombone and its technical characteristics, Albaladejo engages in the search for new possibilities concerning sounds, and expressions through various aesthetic paradigms through music written in the 21st century. His commitment to new music has led Albaladejo to premiere more than 20 euphonium and trombone works by composers from Spain, France, Germany, Belgian and Chile.

He has played with ensembles such as Giorquestra, Municipal Band of  Barcelona, Municipal Band of Alicante, Brass Academy ensemble, Barcelona 216, ESMUC brass ensemble and has performed at Sirga Festival, PHONOS Foundation and Mixtur Festival.

He is currently pursuing a Master's Degree in Performance with Mike Svoboda at the Musik Akademie der Stadt Basel.