Born in Valencia, he graduated from the Higher Conservatory of Music in Valencia. He studied at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and at the Hochschule für Musik und Dasrstellende Kunst in Vienna, Austria, where he received clarinet and chamber music lessons with Professor Alfred Prinz, and Ernst Ottensamer, soloists of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Founding member of the Zaragoza Conservatory Orchestra, he collaborates with the Valencia Municipal Orchestra, in 1990 solo Clarinet in the Philharmonic Orchestra of Las Palmas, Canary Islands and in 1999 until 2003 solo clarinet of the European Symphony Orchestra.
1990 founded the “Johannes Brahms Trio” and performed concerts in many Spanish concert halls. Received a scholarship from the European Union in 1994 for the Kaleidoscope Project, expands chamber music studies with professors F. Zadra and P. Vernikov, and since then, he has collaborated with Turiae Camerata, Silvestre String Quartet, Resident Quartet de Salzburg, Music Society of the 20th Century, Quintet de Vent de Valencia, String Quartet of the European Symphony Orchestra, and musicians such as Cristian Florea, Rasvan Neculai, Bela Kovacs, Lluis Claret, Roland Pröll, Josep Carreras, Placido Domingo and Teresa Berganza.
Professor of numerous master-classes in several Spanish conservatories and since 2005 in Germany, he specializes in the interpretation of original clarinets of the 18th century and collaborates with groups of classical instruments such as Trio Bocherini, Baroque Orchestra of Salamanca. In 2003 he founded "Ritornello Quintet" wind quintet and quartet with Pianoforte and original instruments of the eighteenth century.
Jury member of the prestigious contest “The International Competition. Three Generations of Mozart “Hagen, Germany and clarinet professor at the Clarinet Chair of the University of applied Sciencies, Osnabrück, Germany, since 2000 is regularly invited to the most prestigious European festivals, performing in countries such as France, Italy, Germany, the Czech Republic, Norway, Switzerland and Finland. Among them the subscription concerts for the Mozart society of Salzburg in Turin, Emäsalo Music Festival and Porvoon Festival in Finland and Grieg in Bergen, Norway.
Jury member of the prestigious competition "The International Competition. Three Generations of Mozart "Hagen, Germany, has been regularly invited to the most prestigious European festivals since 2000, performing in France, Italy, Germany, Czech Republic, Norway and Finland. Among them were compendium concerts for the Salzburg Mozart Society in Turin, Crusell Festival and Emäsalo Music Festival in Porvoon, Finland and Grieg in Bergen, Norway.
Since 2004 he has performed chamber music concerts with Szymanowski Quartet, Sestetto Stradivari, Ventus Quintet and the recitals with pianist Kei Hikichi. Now with Philharmonic String Quintet Berlin he receives the award for his work as a musician, an activity he practices in the best national and international concert halls with public and critical recognition. In 2019 is nominated “Yamaha Artist”.
Tamarit plays with Yamaha clarinets model YCL-CSG III.
"… Miguel Angel Tamarit, Valencian soloist of international prestige, contributed, as a first virtue, a neat and suggestive sound, rich in harmonics and especially intense in the bass ..."
"... with the elegance and rhythm in Poulenc and the palette of colours used in the Première Rhapsodie of Debussy, clarinettist Miguel Angel Tamarit gave us a spectacular evening, its creation and trade staged musical discourse at all times..."