Miguel Rosell was born in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, where he started his musical training as a classical guitar player under the guidance of renowned maestro Rodrigo Riera.

He later moved to Caracas, studying cello at the Simon Bolivar Conservatory within the National System of Youth Orchestras of Venezuela, iconic program of worldwide recognition.

After establishing residence in Spain, he obtained professional degrees in cello and chamber music at El Escorial’s Padre Antonio Soler Conservatory and Madrid’s Conservatorio Superior de Música.
Miguel’s professional career started at the Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho Orchestra of Venezuela and the Municipal Orchestra of Caracas. He has performed with several Spanish musical groups, the Madrid Philharmonic Orchestra and the Ciudad de Granada Orchestra among them. He has appeared as well in recording by numerous artists, in film projects and in productions by Spain’s national radio station RNE.

Miguel is a founding member of the string quartet “Quadrivium,” the "Isolde Chamber Music Group,” and of the Venezuelan music ensembles "Tierra de Gracia" and "Terra Ensemble", groups he has toured with throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East. He is also a regular performer in the "Blau Chamber Quartet" and the “Teresa Carreño Quartet.”

As a music teacher, Miguel has developed an extensive background while holding the chairs of cello and chamber music professor at the Pozuelo de Alarcón Music School and at Majahonda’s Enrique Granados School.