Flutist, composer, designer, multimedia creator, and arts entrepreneur based in New York City. He is the founder and executive director of the arts organization CreArtBox, a resident artist at CultureLabLIC, Queens, and president of ADAMR-Art development in rural Spain.
Laporta’s artistic work focuses on the development and visual expansion of classical music. Since 2006 he has created hundreds of productions highlighting the opera-ballet Two Roads (2020), the visual concert Awave (2018), the play/concert Visuality (2014/16), the opera Noctum (2011), the musical London The show (2009), and CreArt Project I (2006).
His work has been recommended by The New Yorker, Broadway World, El Pais, or Time Out and awarded by the Queens Council on the Arts, the Amphion Foundation, Ditson Fund, New York Foundation for the Arts, NY State Council on the Arts and Spain Culture.
Guillermo was co-principal flute player of the Oviedo Filarmonia in Spain. He has worked with multiple world-class musicians and orchestras such as the BBC Orchestra, recording with Warner Music and Naxos and performing at venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Tokyo Monten Hall, and most of the major concert halls in Spain.
His discography expands the flute repertoire releasing transcriptions of violin sonatas by Debussy, Respighi, or Janacek, commissioned pieces to living-composers, and recordings of his own composition.
He studied at the Royal College of Music of London with flutist and conductor Jaime Martín.