Miguel Osca was born in Alcorcón (Madrid) on 17th October 2001. At the age of five, he started studying with Prof. Pedro Botias at the Conservatorio Profesional de Música Manuel de Falla de Alcorcón. In 2014 he started Conservatory at the CPM Amaniel Conservatory in Madrid where he studied with Prof. Vicente Cremades and Prof. Jonatan Sevilla.
He graduated in June 2019, honoured with the Special Prize from the Community of Madrid. Currently, he is studying in the fourth year of his Bachelor's in Real Conservatorio de Música de Madrid with Prof. Manuel Dávila. Parallel to these studies, he has attended several courses and masterclasses with renowned artists such as Anne Jelle Visser, Daniel Perantoni, Gregory Fritze, Hans Nickel, Sergio Finca, Oystein Baadsvik, Ricardo Carvalhoso, Fabien Wallerand, Perry Hoogendijk and Arnaud Boukhitine, among others.
He took part and has been awarded in several national and international competitions such as AETYB Festival, ITEA, (Under 18y/o category 1st Prize 2018 Over 18y/o category 1st Prize 2022). VI, VII and VIII Tuba Competition Ciutat de Vila Joiosa (2ndPrize 2017/2018/2019). III Young Artist Competition La Llosa de Ranes (1st Prize). Leoš Janáček Tuba Competition in Brno 2021 (3rd Prize). He was also selected for the Talents Project of the Symphonic Orchestra of Madrid.
Thanks to this, he was able to perform in two of the most emblematic places in Spain: The National Auditory and The Royal Theatre. In the orchestral and ensemble field, he has performed with the Orquesta Sinfónica Santa Cecilia de Madrid, Orquesta y Coro Filarmonía de Madrid, Joven Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid and the Brass Group of the Talents Project of the OSM, among other chamber groups, wind bands and big bands. As a soloist, he has collaborated with the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, Banda Sinfónica de Alicante, and the Málaga Brass Band among others. He had also a solo recital with piano at the SBALZ Festival 2019.