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Vega, Diego (b. 1968)

Vega, Diego (b. 1968)

Biography

Diego Vega is a Colombian composer. His music has been performed in some of the most important concert halls in the United States, Europe and Latin America by ensembles such as the Cuarteto Latinoamericano, Eighth Blackbird, Ensemble X, Alea III, the Colombian National Symphony, the Bogotá Philharmonic, the Youth Orchestra of the Americas, the Maîtrise de Notre-Dame de Paris, the Quintet of the Americas, the Soli Chamber Ensemble, and internationally acclaimed soloists like pianist Stephen Prutsman, clarinetist José Franch-Ballester, cellist Andrés Díaz, and flutist Bradley Garner, among others. Diego has written commissioned works for the Colombian National Symphony, Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, the Cornell Symphony and the Cornell Chorus, and the Salvi Foundation and the Cartagena International Music Festival. Vega has also been awarded the National Prize of Music in Composition in 2004, the Ensemble X composition competition in 2004, Alea III 20th anniversary prize in 2002, one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the Year in 1996 in Colombia, and prestigious scholarships such as Fulbright and the Sage Fellowship at Cornell University. Vega holds degrees from Cornell University (DMA), University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (MM), and Universidad Javeriana (BM) in Bogota, Colombia, and has served as faculty at Syracuse University and Universidad Javeriana. Currently he is professor of music composition and theory at UNLV. Among his composition teachers are Guillermo Gaviria, Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon, Joel Hoffman, Roberto Sierra, and Steven Stucky. Diego Vega has written music for soloists, a variety of chamber groups, symphony orchestras, wind ensembles, choral ensembles, computer and electronic music. He has incorporated elements of Colombian traditional music into some of these works. [biography from the composer's website www.diegovega.com]

Website

www.diegovega.com

Published Works

  • MÚSICA MUISCA, for orchestra
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PIANO QUARTET, for violin, viola, violoncello and piano
Colombia 12' violin, viola, violoncello and piano $25.00 $50.00
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Fernández, Agustín (b. 1958)

Fernández, Agustín (b. 1958)

Biography

Agustín Fernández (born 1958) Following an early start as a folk singer and charango player in the late 1960s, Agustín Fernández studied composition in La Paz with Alberto Villalpando and in Japan with Takashi Iida and Akira Ifukube. In Britain he studied at Liverpool University and at London’s City University. He worked as harmony teacher at the National Conservatoire in La Paz, and as violinist and then principal viola with the Bolivian National Symphony Orchestra. In Japan he worked as assistant to the Bolivian ambassador and as Spanish instructor. In the UK he was Composer-in-Residence at Queen’s University, Belfast, then lecturer at Dartington College of Arts, before being appointed lecturer in composition at Newcastle University and, from 2007, Professor of Composition. His early works were performed by the main orchestras, choirs and chamber groups in Bolivia. In Britain, Teoponte was commissioned for the 1988 London International Opera Festival and The Wheel was commissioned by the Royal Opera House’s Garden Venture in 1992. Fuego and Peregrine have received premières at the Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center. The orchestral- choral work Approaching Melmoth, a preliminary exploration towards an opera he is planning on Maturin’s Melmoth the Wanderer, was performed by Northern Sinfonia and NS Chorus with Sir Thomas Allen in the solo part. Mystical Dances for orchestra was premièred at the 2006 Huddersfield Festival. In 2010 his reconstructed Misa de Corpus Christi for two choirs and orchestra filled to capacity four major venues including Cochabamba Cathedral. In February 2011 Una música escondida received performances at Bass Hall by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. His works are published by Tritó of Barcelona and Tre Media of Karlsruhe. _______________________________________________________________ Agustín Fernández nació en Cochabamba, Bolivia, en 1958. Estudió composición con Alberto Villalpando en La Paz, con Takeshi Iida y Akira Ifukube en Japón y con Douglas Young en Inglaterra, donde cursó una maestría (Universidad de Liverpool) y un doctorado (City University, Londres). Ha trabajado como profesor de armonía en el Conservatorio Nacional de La Paz, guía de violas en la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional, compositor en residencia en Queen’s University de Belfast y como docente en composición, primero en Dartington College y luego en la Universidad de Newcastle (Inglaterra), donde en 2007 fue promovido a la cátedra de composición. Ha escrito óperas y obras orquestales, electroacústicas y de cámara, que han sido ejecutadas por agrupaciones como la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Bolivia, Orquesta de Ulster, Orquesta de la BBC, Fort Worth Symphony, Juilliard Symphony, New Juilliard Ensemble, Royal Opera House Garden Venture, Nuove Forme Sonore, Northern Sinfonia, Orchestra Sinfonica di Perugia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León y otras. Retorna a Bolivia con regularidad, liderando proyectos creativo o interpretativos en instituciones como Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil de El Alto, Conservatorio Nacional de Música, Instituto Laredo y Universidad Católica Boliviana.

Website

www.agustinfernandez.com

Published Works

  • UNA MÚSICA ESCONDIDA, for piano and strings
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DISTANT EPISODES, for two pianos
Bolivia 12' 2 pianos $40.00 --
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Fernández, Agustín (b. 1958)

Fernández, Agustín (b. 1958)

Biography

Agustín Fernández (born 1958) Following an early start as a folk singer and charango player in the late 1960s, Agustín Fernández studied composition in La Paz with Alberto Villalpando and in Japan with Takashi Iida and Akira Ifukube. In Britain he studied at Liverpool University and at London’s City University. He worked as harmony teacher at the National Conservatoire in La Paz, and as violinist and then principal viola with the Bolivian National Symphony Orchestra. In Japan he worked as assistant to the Bolivian ambassador and as Spanish instructor. In the UK he was Composer-in-Residence at Queen’s University, Belfast, then lecturer at Dartington College of Arts, before being appointed lecturer in composition at Newcastle University and, from 2007, Professor of Composition. His early works were performed by the main orchestras, choirs and chamber groups in Bolivia. In Britain, Teoponte was commissioned for the 1988 London International Opera Festival and The Wheel was commissioned by the Royal Opera House’s Garden Venture in 1992. Fuego and Peregrine have received premières at the Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center. The orchestral- choral work Approaching Melmoth, a preliminary exploration towards an opera he is planning on Maturin’s Melmoth the Wanderer, was performed by Northern Sinfonia and NS Chorus with Sir Thomas Allen in the solo part. Mystical Dances for orchestra was premièred at the 2006 Huddersfield Festival. In 2010 his reconstructed Misa de Corpus Christi for two choirs and orchestra filled to capacity four major venues including Cochabamba Cathedral. In February 2011 Una música escondida received performances at Bass Hall by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. His works are published by Tritó of Barcelona and Tre Media of Karlsruhe. _______________________________________________________________ Agustín Fernández nació en Cochabamba, Bolivia, en 1958. Estudió composición con Alberto Villalpando en La Paz, con Takeshi Iida y Akira Ifukube en Japón y con Douglas Young en Inglaterra, donde cursó una maestría (Universidad de Liverpool) y un doctorado (City University, Londres). Ha trabajado como profesor de armonía en el Conservatorio Nacional de La Paz, guía de violas en la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional, compositor en residencia en Queen’s University de Belfast y como docente en composición, primero en Dartington College y luego en la Universidad de Newcastle (Inglaterra), donde en 2007 fue promovido a la cátedra de composición. Ha escrito óperas y obras orquestales, electroacústicas y de cámara, que han sido ejecutadas por agrupaciones como la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Bolivia, Orquesta de Ulster, Orquesta de la BBC, Fort Worth Symphony, Juilliard Symphony, New Juilliard Ensemble, Royal Opera House Garden Venture, Nuove Forme Sonore, Northern Sinfonia, Orchestra Sinfonica di Perugia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León y otras. Retorna a Bolivia con regularidad, liderando proyectos creativo o interpretativos en instituciones como Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil de El Alto, Conservatorio Nacional de Música, Instituto Laredo y Universidad Católica Boliviana.

Website

www.agustinfernandez.com

Published Works

  • UNA MÚSICA ESCONDIDA, for piano and strings
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SOUVENIR DE TEOPONTE, for violoncello and piano
Bolivia 12' violoncello and piano $25.00 Part included with score
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Villavicencio Grossmann, Jorge (b. 1973)

Villavicencio Grossmann, Jorge (b. 1973)

Biography

Born in Lima, he began musical studies at the age of six, continuing to study the violin with Luis Fiestas and Veronique Daverio. In 1989, he and his family fled Peru for Brazil during the rise of the Maoist Shining Path. In Brazil, he continued musical studies at Faculdade Santa Marcelina with Alberto Jaffe (a student of Max Rostal) and Ayrton Pinto (a former member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra). In 1998 he moved to the U.S.A. There he obtained a master's degree at Florida International University as a student of Fredrick Kaufman and, in 2004 he graduated with a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Boston University as a student of John Harbison and Lukas Foss. His music has been performed world-wide by ensembles such as the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Peruvian National Symphony, New England Philharmonic, Aspen Sinfonia, Orquesta Uninorte (Paraguay), Kiev Camerata, Henderson Symphony, Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, Boston Musica Viva, Da Capo Chamber Players, Seattle Chamber Players, Pierrot Lunaire Ensemble Wien, Talea Ensemble, JACK Quartet, among others. His awards include a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, the Jacob Druckman Award from the Aspen Music Festival, Aaron Copland Award, Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, "Bolsa de Artes" by the Associacao Vitae (a fellowship of six months to a year, under which he composed his String Quartet no. 2). His compositions have been recognized at competitions such as ALEA III International Composition Competition (finalist), New England Philharmonic Call for Scores (winner). He has been in residence at The MacDowell Colony, Atlantic Center for the Arts, and as guest composer in several festivals in the U.S. and abroad. He is a member of altaVoz a Latin American composers collective. From 2004 to 2010 he served as assistant professor of theory/composition at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he co-founded and co-directed N.E.O.N., Nevada Encounters of New Music and directed NEXTET, UNLV's new music ensemble. Since 2010, he teaches composition at Ithaca College. Jorge Villavicencio Grossmann's music began to draw inspiration from Peruvian themes once he relocated to Boston, as demonstrated by his works Pensar Geométrico al Trasluz, based on César Vallejo, and "Siray" (meaning "to weave" in Quechua). Other notable works include his three-movement solo violin piece La Ricerca della Spiritualità Trascendente, which takes inspiration from older models such as the flashy unaccompanied fiddle items of Bach and Bartok and his 2012 orchestral triptych "Anemoi", which was premiered at the Musical Premieres of the Season festival in Kiev by the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine.

Website

Published Works

  • WAYRA, for orchestra
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PASIPHAË, for orchestra
Peru 12' 2+1.2+1.2(Ebcl).2+1-4331-timp+4 $50.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact: orders@filarmonika.com
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Errázuriz, Sebastián (b. 1975)

Errázuriz, Sebastián (b. 1975)

Biography

Born in Santiago, Chile in 1975. His musical initiation developed from a young age, participating in choruses and studying guitar and harmony in the Academy Projazz and with private tutors. He did professional studies in composition in the Professional Institute, Modern School of Music and subsequently obtained the degree of Master of Arts in the University of Chile. His principal teachers have been: Juan Orrego-Salas, Guillermo Rifo, Jorge Martínez, Luis José Recart, Aliocha Solovera, and Toly Ramírez. Since 1999 his works have been programmed in Chile’s major orchestras, such as the Santiago Philharmonic Orchestra, Chilean Symphony Orchestra, National Youth Symphony Orchestra, Modern Orchestra, Chilean Chamber Orchestra, University of Concepción Symphony Orchestra, Camerata Los Andes, and Orquesta Mayor, among others. He has been commissioned by renowned soloists to write chamber music in various formats for concerts throughout Chile and abroad. His catalogue includes more than 35 diverse works. Among his awards are: First Place, “Jorge Peña Hen” Composition Competition for his symphonic work “La Caravana", 2003; El Sábado Magazine Young Leaders Prize, 2004; Medal of the 150th Anniverary Season of the Municipal Theater of Santiago, 2007; Diario Financiero prize for Successful Youth, 2008; Prize of the Circle of Art Critics, 2008; Altazor Prize, 2009. He has participated in the country’s main contemporary music festivals, as well as participating in the 150th Anniversary Season of the Municipal Theater of Santiago with his symphonic work “Historia del Tempo.” His work has also been selected on two occasions during “Season of Discovery “of the Chilean Symphony Orchestra. His work as composer and producer provides more than 10 recordings, among which are: “Música Descubierta” (FONDART 2003); “Música y Poesía” (Sello EM); “Viola Chilena del siglo XXI” (FONDART 2001); “Cuarteto Iniesta” (FONDART 2003), “Siete proposiciones y un epílogo” (MusicActual 2008), “Viento Blanco” (Oveja Negra 2009), as well as music for film and theater. He studies conducting with Maestro Eduardo Browne. He is director and founder of the collective "Los Musicantes de Projazz.” He also serves as the Director of Composition Careers in the Projazz Professional Institute. In March 2008 he premiered his opera “Viento Blanco” in the Teatro Municipal in Santiago with high praise from critics and the public. He is a member of the board of the National Association of Composers of Chile. For more information on Sebastian Errázuriz please visit: www.sebastianerrazuriz.cl

Website

www.sebastianerrazuriz.cl

Published Works

  • LA CARAVANA - Winner of the first 'Jorge Peña Hen' Composition Prize, 2003
  • STRING QUARTET No.1
  • CHOPINIANA No. 2, for solo piano
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SIETE PROPOSICIONES SENSIBLES PERO SENSATAS, for string orchestra
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Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Biography

Born in Mexico City, Antonio Juan-Marcos began his musical training studying classical guitar; he later studied composition, piano and guitar at the Boston Conservatory. In 2003 he continued his bachelor’s and master’s degree at the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris’’, where he graduated with honors with the piece “Arder Aprender.” From 2012 to 2013 he participated in the Electroacoustic Composition Course at the “Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique / Musique’’ (IRCAM). He has studied with some of the most renowned composers such as Kaija Saariaho, O. Golijov, Stefano Gervasoni, Narcís Bonet, Allain Gaussin, Philippe Leroux and Franck Bedrossian. Antonio is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Musical Composition at UC Berkeley, where he also works as a pro- fessor of harmony. Antonio Juan-Marcos has recently been awarded with the Gold Medal-Best of Show honors at the Global Music Awards for his piece “Nocturno Eléctrico’’; he also received the prestigious “Eisner Prize for the Highest Achievement in the Creative Arts” on behalf of the University of California Berkeley for the ensemble of his recent compositions, as well as the first place in the composition competition “Nicola De Lorenzo Prize in Music Composition’’ granted by the Department of Music at UC Berkeley. Important recent world premieres include: “Amanece’’- for countertenor and orchestra (2014) written as a celebration of the birth centenary of the literature Nobel Prize winner, Octavio Paz, as well as “Nocturno Eléctrico’’- for electric guitar and orchestra (2015). It is worth noting that Alejandro Marcovich (guitarist, founder of the famous Latin American rock group “Caifanes”) was the soloist for “Nocturno Eléctrico’’. Both pieces were commissioned by The Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra. “Amanece’’ will receive its American premiere in December 2016 by the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, in a program next to Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Mr. Juan-Marcos is currently composing a song cycle for the internationally known ensemble “Les Folies Françoises’’ in which he musicalizes four sonnets attributed to Antonio Vivaldi. These sonnets were written in correlation with the violin concerti “The Four Seasons’’. Antonio Juan-Marcos is the third composer to receive a commission from the “Les Folies Françoises’’. The first two composers to appear in this select catalog where Kaija Saariaho (2009) and Thierry Pécou (2013). Antonio has also received a commission from the “Festival Internacional Cervantino” to compose a monodrama for voice, video and ensemble inspired by the short story “Macario” by Juan Rulfo, one of Latin America’s most prominent writers and a fundamental source of the literary movement known as “Magical Realism”. This piece will be premiered by the “Ensemble 2e2m” in 2017 and will celebrate Mr. Rulfo birth centenary. Additional commissions include new orchestral music for some of the most important Mexican national orchestras. His pieces have been presented in the United States, France, Belgium, Spain and his native Mexico, under the direction of José Areán, David Milnes, Zsolt Nagy, Kanako Abe, Jean-Philippe Wurtz, Laurent Cuniot and Pierre Roullier. Antonio’s works are included in the repertoires of prestigious ensembles and orchestras such as the “Orchestre National de Lorraine’’, Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra, “Ensemble InterContemporain”, “Eco Ensemble,” “L’Instant Donné”, “L’Ensemble Multilatérale’’, amongst others. His piece for cello and electronics ‘’El Afilador’’ was recorded by the cellist Marie Ythier for Evidence Classics records (distributed by Harmonia Mundi). Antonio has been selected to participate in important festivals and academies such as: Acanthes (France)- where he studied with Salvatore Sciarrino, Musicalta (France), and the “Festival Internacional de Guitarra de Córdoba” (Spain) – where he studied guitar and composition with Leo Brouwer.

Website

www.antoniocomposer.com

Published Works

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Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Biography

Born in Mexico City, Antonio Juan-Marcos began his musical training studying classical guitar; he later studied composition, piano and guitar at the Boston Conservatory. In 2003 he continued his bachelor’s and master’s degree at the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris’’, where he graduated with honors with the piece “Arder Aprender.” From 2012 to 2013 he participated in the Electroacoustic Composition Course at the “Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique / Musique’’ (IRCAM). He has studied with some of the most renowned composers such as Kaija Saariaho, O. Golijov, Stefano Gervasoni, Narcís Bonet, Allain Gaussin, Philippe Leroux and Franck Bedrossian. Antonio is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Musical Composition at UC Berkeley, where he also works as a pro- fessor of harmony. Antonio Juan-Marcos has recently been awarded with the Gold Medal-Best of Show honors at the Global Music Awards for his piece “Nocturno Eléctrico’’; he also received the prestigious “Eisner Prize for the Highest Achievement in the Creative Arts” on behalf of the University of California Berkeley for the ensemble of his recent compositions, as well as the first place in the composition competition “Nicola De Lorenzo Prize in Music Composition’’ granted by the Department of Music at UC Berkeley. Important recent world premieres include: “Amanece’’- for countertenor and orchestra (2014) written as a celebration of the birth centenary of the literature Nobel Prize winner, Octavio Paz, as well as “Nocturno Eléctrico’’- for electric guitar and orchestra (2015). It is worth noting that Alejandro Marcovich (guitarist, founder of the famous Latin American rock group “Caifanes”) was the soloist for “Nocturno Eléctrico’’. Both pieces were commissioned by The Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra. “Amanece’’ will receive its American premiere in December 2016 by the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, in a program next to Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Mr. Juan-Marcos is currently composing a song cycle for the internationally known ensemble “Les Folies Françoises’’ in which he musicalizes four sonnets attributed to Antonio Vivaldi. These sonnets were written in correlation with the violin concerti “The Four Seasons’’. Antonio Juan-Marcos is the third composer to receive a commission from the “Les Folies Françoises’’. The first two composers to appear in this select catalog where Kaija Saariaho (2009) and Thierry Pécou (2013). Antonio has also received a commission from the “Festival Internacional Cervantino” to compose a monodrama for voice, video and ensemble inspired by the short story “Macario” by Juan Rulfo, one of Latin America’s most prominent writers and a fundamental source of the literary movement known as “Magical Realism”. This piece will be premiered by the “Ensemble 2e2m” in 2017 and will celebrate Mr. Rulfo birth centenary. Additional commissions include new orchestral music for some of the most important Mexican national orchestras. His pieces have been presented in the United States, France, Belgium, Spain and his native Mexico, under the direction of José Areán, David Milnes, Zsolt Nagy, Kanako Abe, Jean-Philippe Wurtz, Laurent Cuniot and Pierre Roullier. Antonio’s works are included in the repertoires of prestigious ensembles and orchestras such as the “Orchestre National de Lorraine’’, Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra, “Ensemble InterContemporain”, “Eco Ensemble,” “L’Instant Donné”, “L’Ensemble Multilatérale’’, amongst others. His piece for cello and electronics ‘’El Afilador’’ was recorded by the cellist Marie Ythier for Evidence Classics records (distributed by Harmonia Mundi). Antonio has been selected to participate in important festivals and academies such as: Acanthes (France)- where he studied with Salvatore Sciarrino, Musicalta (France), and the “Festival Internacional de Guitarra de Córdoba” (Spain) – where he studied guitar and composition with Leo Brouwer.

Website

www.antoniocomposer.com

Published Works

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NOVIEMBRE FRAGMENTADO, for quintet
Mexico 13' flute, clarinet, oboe, percussion, viola and electronics $25.00 --
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Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Biography

Born in Mexico City, Antonio Juan-Marcos began his musical training studying classical guitar; he later studied composition, piano and guitar at the Boston Conservatory. In 2003 he continued his bachelor’s and master’s degree at the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris’’, where he graduated with honors with the piece “Arder Aprender.” From 2012 to 2013 he participated in the Electroacoustic Composition Course at the “Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique / Musique’’ (IRCAM). He has studied with some of the most renowned composers such as Kaija Saariaho, O. Golijov, Stefano Gervasoni, Narcís Bonet, Allain Gaussin, Philippe Leroux and Franck Bedrossian. Antonio is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Musical Composition at UC Berkeley, where he also works as a pro- fessor of harmony. Antonio Juan-Marcos has recently been awarded with the Gold Medal-Best of Show honors at the Global Music Awards for his piece “Nocturno Eléctrico’’; he also received the prestigious “Eisner Prize for the Highest Achievement in the Creative Arts” on behalf of the University of California Berkeley for the ensemble of his recent compositions, as well as the first place in the composition competition “Nicola De Lorenzo Prize in Music Composition’’ granted by the Department of Music at UC Berkeley. Important recent world premieres include: “Amanece’’- for countertenor and orchestra (2014) written as a celebration of the birth centenary of the literature Nobel Prize winner, Octavio Paz, as well as “Nocturno Eléctrico’’- for electric guitar and orchestra (2015). It is worth noting that Alejandro Marcovich (guitarist, founder of the famous Latin American rock group “Caifanes”) was the soloist for “Nocturno Eléctrico’’. Both pieces were commissioned by The Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra. “Amanece’’ will receive its American premiere in December 2016 by the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, in a program next to Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Mr. Juan-Marcos is currently composing a song cycle for the internationally known ensemble “Les Folies Françoises’’ in which he musicalizes four sonnets attributed to Antonio Vivaldi. These sonnets were written in correlation with the violin concerti “The Four Seasons’’. Antonio Juan-Marcos is the third composer to receive a commission from the “Les Folies Françoises’’. The first two composers to appear in this select catalog where Kaija Saariaho (2009) and Thierry Pécou (2013). Antonio has also received a commission from the “Festival Internacional Cervantino” to compose a monodrama for voice, video and ensemble inspired by the short story “Macario” by Juan Rulfo, one of Latin America’s most prominent writers and a fundamental source of the literary movement known as “Magical Realism”. This piece will be premiered by the “Ensemble 2e2m” in 2017 and will celebrate Mr. Rulfo birth centenary. Additional commissions include new orchestral music for some of the most important Mexican national orchestras. His pieces have been presented in the United States, France, Belgium, Spain and his native Mexico, under the direction of José Areán, David Milnes, Zsolt Nagy, Kanako Abe, Jean-Philippe Wurtz, Laurent Cuniot and Pierre Roullier. Antonio’s works are included in the repertoires of prestigious ensembles and orchestras such as the “Orchestre National de Lorraine’’, Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra, “Ensemble InterContemporain”, “Eco Ensemble,” “L’Instant Donné”, “L’Ensemble Multilatérale’’, amongst others. His piece for cello and electronics ‘’El Afilador’’ was recorded by the cellist Marie Ythier for Evidence Classics records (distributed by Harmonia Mundi). Antonio has been selected to participate in important festivals and academies such as: Acanthes (France)- where he studied with Salvatore Sciarrino, Musicalta (France), and the “Festival Internacional de Guitarra de Córdoba” (Spain) – where he studied guitar and composition with Leo Brouwer.

Website

www.antoniocomposer.com

Published Works

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Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Biography

Born in Mexico City, Antonio Juan-Marcos began his musical training studying classical guitar; he later studied composition, piano and guitar at the Boston Conservatory. In 2003 he continued his bachelor’s and master’s degree at the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris’’, where he graduated with honors with the piece “Arder Aprender.” From 2012 to 2013 he participated in the Electroacoustic Composition Course at the “Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique / Musique’’ (IRCAM). He has studied with some of the most renowned composers such as Kaija Saariaho, O. Golijov, Stefano Gervasoni, Narcís Bonet, Allain Gaussin, Philippe Leroux and Franck Bedrossian. Antonio is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Musical Composition at UC Berkeley, where he also works as a pro- fessor of harmony. Antonio Juan-Marcos has recently been awarded with the Gold Medal-Best of Show honors at the Global Music Awards for his piece “Nocturno Eléctrico’’; he also received the prestigious “Eisner Prize for the Highest Achievement in the Creative Arts” on behalf of the University of California Berkeley for the ensemble of his recent compositions, as well as the first place in the composition competition “Nicola De Lorenzo Prize in Music Composition’’ granted by the Department of Music at UC Berkeley. Important recent world premieres include: “Amanece’’- for countertenor and orchestra (2014) written as a celebration of the birth centenary of the literature Nobel Prize winner, Octavio Paz, as well as “Nocturno Eléctrico’’- for electric guitar and orchestra (2015). It is worth noting that Alejandro Marcovich (guitarist, founder of the famous Latin American rock group “Caifanes”) was the soloist for “Nocturno Eléctrico’’. Both pieces were commissioned by The Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra. “Amanece’’ will receive its American premiere in December 2016 by the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, in a program next to Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Mr. Juan-Marcos is currently composing a song cycle for the internationally known ensemble “Les Folies Françoises’’ in which he musicalizes four sonnets attributed to Antonio Vivaldi. These sonnets were written in correlation with the violin concerti “The Four Seasons’’. Antonio Juan-Marcos is the third composer to receive a commission from the “Les Folies Françoises’’. The first two composers to appear in this select catalog where Kaija Saariaho (2009) and Thierry Pécou (2013). Antonio has also received a commission from the “Festival Internacional Cervantino” to compose a monodrama for voice, video and ensemble inspired by the short story “Macario” by Juan Rulfo, one of Latin America’s most prominent writers and a fundamental source of the literary movement known as “Magical Realism”. This piece will be premiered by the “Ensemble 2e2m” in 2017 and will celebrate Mr. Rulfo birth centenary. Additional commissions include new orchestral music for some of the most important Mexican national orchestras. His pieces have been presented in the United States, France, Belgium, Spain and his native Mexico, under the direction of José Areán, David Milnes, Zsolt Nagy, Kanako Abe, Jean-Philippe Wurtz, Laurent Cuniot and Pierre Roullier. Antonio’s works are included in the repertoires of prestigious ensembles and orchestras such as the “Orchestre National de Lorraine’’, Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra, “Ensemble InterContemporain”, “Eco Ensemble,” “L’Instant Donné”, “L’Ensemble Multilatérale’’, amongst others. His piece for cello and electronics ‘’El Afilador’’ was recorded by the cellist Marie Ythier for Evidence Classics records (distributed by Harmonia Mundi). Antonio has been selected to participate in important festivals and academies such as: Acanthes (France)- where he studied with Salvatore Sciarrino, Musicalta (France), and the “Festival Internacional de Guitarra de Córdoba” (Spain) – where he studied guitar and composition with Leo Brouwer.

Website

www.antoniocomposer.com

Published Works

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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

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Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

Website

http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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VARIACIONES FANTÁSTICAS SOBRE 'LA GUANEÑA', for trumpet and concert band
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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Biography

Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

Website

http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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VARIACIONES FANTÁSTICAS SOBRE 'LA GUANEÑA', for trumpet and piano
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Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

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Born in Mexico City, Antonio Juan-Marcos began his musical training studying classical guitar; he later studied composition, piano and guitar at the Boston Conservatory. In 2003 he continued his bachelor’s and master’s degree at the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris’’, where he graduated with honors with the piece “Arder Aprender.” From 2012 to 2013 he participated in the Electroacoustic Composition Course at the “Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique / Musique’’ (IRCAM). He has studied with some of the most renowned composers such as Kaija Saariaho, O. Golijov, Stefano Gervasoni, Narcís Bonet, Allain Gaussin, Philippe Leroux and Franck Bedrossian. Antonio is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Musical Composition at UC Berkeley, where he also works as a pro- fessor of harmony. Antonio Juan-Marcos has recently been awarded with the Gold Medal-Best of Show honors at the Global Music Awards for his piece “Nocturno Eléctrico’’; he also received the prestigious “Eisner Prize for the Highest Achievement in the Creative Arts” on behalf of the University of California Berkeley for the ensemble of his recent compositions, as well as the first place in the composition competition “Nicola De Lorenzo Prize in Music Composition’’ granted by the Department of Music at UC Berkeley. Important recent world premieres include: “Amanece’’- for countertenor and orchestra (2014) written as a celebration of the birth centenary of the literature Nobel Prize winner, Octavio Paz, as well as “Nocturno Eléctrico’’- for electric guitar and orchestra (2015). It is worth noting that Alejandro Marcovich (guitarist, founder of the famous Latin American rock group “Caifanes”) was the soloist for “Nocturno Eléctrico’’. Both pieces were commissioned by The Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra. “Amanece’’ will receive its American premiere in December 2016 by the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, in a program next to Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Mr. Juan-Marcos is currently composing a song cycle for the internationally known ensemble “Les Folies Françoises’’ in which he musicalizes four sonnets attributed to Antonio Vivaldi. These sonnets were written in correlation with the violin concerti “The Four Seasons’’. Antonio Juan-Marcos is the third composer to receive a commission from the “Les Folies Françoises’’. The first two composers to appear in this select catalog where Kaija Saariaho (2009) and Thierry Pécou (2013). Antonio has also received a commission from the “Festival Internacional Cervantino” to compose a monodrama for voice, video and ensemble inspired by the short story “Macario” by Juan Rulfo, one of Latin America’s most prominent writers and a fundamental source of the literary movement known as “Magical Realism”. This piece will be premiered by the “Ensemble 2e2m” in 2017 and will celebrate Mr. Rulfo birth centenary. Additional commissions include new orchestral music for some of the most important Mexican national orchestras. His pieces have been presented in the United States, France, Belgium, Spain and his native Mexico, under the direction of José Areán, David Milnes, Zsolt Nagy, Kanako Abe, Jean-Philippe Wurtz, Laurent Cuniot and Pierre Roullier. Antonio’s works are included in the repertoires of prestigious ensembles and orchestras such as the “Orchestre National de Lorraine’’, Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra, “Ensemble InterContemporain”, “Eco Ensemble,” “L’Instant Donné”, “L’Ensemble Multilatérale’’, amongst others. His piece for cello and electronics ‘’El Afilador’’ was recorded by the cellist Marie Ythier for Evidence Classics records (distributed by Harmonia Mundi). Antonio has been selected to participate in important festivals and academies such as: Acanthes (France)- where he studied with Salvatore Sciarrino, Musicalta (France), and the “Festival Internacional de Guitarra de Córdoba” (Spain) – where he studied guitar and composition with Leo Brouwer.

Website

www.antoniocomposer.com

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PATER NOSTER, for soprano, choir and chamber orchestra
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Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

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Born in Mexico City, Antonio Juan-Marcos began his musical training studying classical guitar; he later studied composition, piano and guitar at the Boston Conservatory. In 2003 he continued his bachelor’s and master’s degree at the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris’’, where he graduated with honors with the piece “Arder Aprender.” From 2012 to 2013 he participated in the Electroacoustic Composition Course at the “Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique / Musique’’ (IRCAM). He has studied with some of the most renowned composers such as Kaija Saariaho, O. Golijov, Stefano Gervasoni, Narcís Bonet, Allain Gaussin, Philippe Leroux and Franck Bedrossian. Antonio is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Musical Composition at UC Berkeley, where he also works as a pro- fessor of harmony. Antonio Juan-Marcos has recently been awarded with the Gold Medal-Best of Show honors at the Global Music Awards for his piece “Nocturno Eléctrico’’; he also received the prestigious “Eisner Prize for the Highest Achievement in the Creative Arts” on behalf of the University of California Berkeley for the ensemble of his recent compositions, as well as the first place in the composition competition “Nicola De Lorenzo Prize in Music Composition’’ granted by the Department of Music at UC Berkeley. Important recent world premieres include: “Amanece’’- for countertenor and orchestra (2014) written as a celebration of the birth centenary of the literature Nobel Prize winner, Octavio Paz, as well as “Nocturno Eléctrico’’- for electric guitar and orchestra (2015). It is worth noting that Alejandro Marcovich (guitarist, founder of the famous Latin American rock group “Caifanes”) was the soloist for “Nocturno Eléctrico’’. Both pieces were commissioned by The Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra. “Amanece’’ will receive its American premiere in December 2016 by the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, in a program next to Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Mr. Juan-Marcos is currently composing a song cycle for the internationally known ensemble “Les Folies Françoises’’ in which he musicalizes four sonnets attributed to Antonio Vivaldi. These sonnets were written in correlation with the violin concerti “The Four Seasons’’. Antonio Juan-Marcos is the third composer to receive a commission from the “Les Folies Françoises’’. The first two composers to appear in this select catalog where Kaija Saariaho (2009) and Thierry Pécou (2013). Antonio has also received a commission from the “Festival Internacional Cervantino” to compose a monodrama for voice, video and ensemble inspired by the short story “Macario” by Juan Rulfo, one of Latin America’s most prominent writers and a fundamental source of the literary movement known as “Magical Realism”. This piece will be premiered by the “Ensemble 2e2m” in 2017 and will celebrate Mr. Rulfo birth centenary. Additional commissions include new orchestral music for some of the most important Mexican national orchestras. His pieces have been presented in the United States, France, Belgium, Spain and his native Mexico, under the direction of José Areán, David Milnes, Zsolt Nagy, Kanako Abe, Jean-Philippe Wurtz, Laurent Cuniot and Pierre Roullier. Antonio’s works are included in the repertoires of prestigious ensembles and orchestras such as the “Orchestre National de Lorraine’’, Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra, “Ensemble InterContemporain”, “Eco Ensemble,” “L’Instant Donné”, “L’Ensemble Multilatérale’’, amongst others. His piece for cello and electronics ‘’El Afilador’’ was recorded by the cellist Marie Ythier for Evidence Classics records (distributed by Harmonia Mundi). Antonio has been selected to participate in important festivals and academies such as: Acanthes (France)- where he studied with Salvatore Sciarrino, Musicalta (France), and the “Festival Internacional de Guitarra de Córdoba” (Spain) – where he studied guitar and composition with Leo Brouwer.

Website

www.antoniocomposer.com

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LE CANTIQUE DU SOLEIL, for 2 marimbas
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Fernández, Agustín (b. 1958)

Fernández, Agustín (b. 1958)

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Agustín Fernández (born 1958) Following an early start as a folk singer and charango player in the late 1960s, Agustín Fernández studied composition in La Paz with Alberto Villalpando and in Japan with Takashi Iida and Akira Ifukube. In Britain he studied at Liverpool University and at London’s City University. He worked as harmony teacher at the National Conservatoire in La Paz, and as violinist and then principal viola with the Bolivian National Symphony Orchestra. In Japan he worked as assistant to the Bolivian ambassador and as Spanish instructor. In the UK he was Composer-in-Residence at Queen’s University, Belfast, then lecturer at Dartington College of Arts, before being appointed lecturer in composition at Newcastle University and, from 2007, Professor of Composition. His early works were performed by the main orchestras, choirs and chamber groups in Bolivia. In Britain, Teoponte was commissioned for the 1988 London International Opera Festival and The Wheel was commissioned by the Royal Opera House’s Garden Venture in 1992. Fuego and Peregrine have received premières at the Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center. The orchestral- choral work Approaching Melmoth, a preliminary exploration towards an opera he is planning on Maturin’s Melmoth the Wanderer, was performed by Northern Sinfonia and NS Chorus with Sir Thomas Allen in the solo part. Mystical Dances for orchestra was premièred at the 2006 Huddersfield Festival. In 2010 his reconstructed Misa de Corpus Christi for two choirs and orchestra filled to capacity four major venues including Cochabamba Cathedral. In February 2011 Una música escondida received performances at Bass Hall by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. His works are published by Tritó of Barcelona and Tre Media of Karlsruhe. _______________________________________________________________ Agustín Fernández nació en Cochabamba, Bolivia, en 1958. Estudió composición con Alberto Villalpando en La Paz, con Takeshi Iida y Akira Ifukube en Japón y con Douglas Young en Inglaterra, donde cursó una maestría (Universidad de Liverpool) y un doctorado (City University, Londres). Ha trabajado como profesor de armonía en el Conservatorio Nacional de La Paz, guía de violas en la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional, compositor en residencia en Queen’s University de Belfast y como docente en composición, primero en Dartington College y luego en la Universidad de Newcastle (Inglaterra), donde en 2007 fue promovido a la cátedra de composición. Ha escrito óperas y obras orquestales, electroacústicas y de cámara, que han sido ejecutadas por agrupaciones como la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Bolivia, Orquesta de Ulster, Orquesta de la BBC, Fort Worth Symphony, Juilliard Symphony, New Juilliard Ensemble, Royal Opera House Garden Venture, Nuove Forme Sonore, Northern Sinfonia, Orchestra Sinfonica di Perugia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León y otras. Retorna a Bolivia con regularidad, liderando proyectos creativo o interpretativos en instituciones como Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil de El Alto, Conservatorio Nacional de Música, Instituto Laredo y Universidad Católica Boliviana.

Website

www.agustinfernandez.com

Published Works

  • UNA MÚSICA ESCONDIDA, for piano and strings
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MUNIRANDO II, for violin and piano
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Fernández, Agustín (b. 1958)

Fernández, Agustín (b. 1958)

Biography

Agustín Fernández (born 1958) Following an early start as a folk singer and charango player in the late 1960s, Agustín Fernández studied composition in La Paz with Alberto Villalpando and in Japan with Takashi Iida and Akira Ifukube. In Britain he studied at Liverpool University and at London’s City University. He worked as harmony teacher at the National Conservatoire in La Paz, and as violinist and then principal viola with the Bolivian National Symphony Orchestra. In Japan he worked as assistant to the Bolivian ambassador and as Spanish instructor. In the UK he was Composer-in-Residence at Queen’s University, Belfast, then lecturer at Dartington College of Arts, before being appointed lecturer in composition at Newcastle University and, from 2007, Professor of Composition. His early works were performed by the main orchestras, choirs and chamber groups in Bolivia. In Britain, Teoponte was commissioned for the 1988 London International Opera Festival and The Wheel was commissioned by the Royal Opera House’s Garden Venture in 1992. Fuego and Peregrine have received premières at the Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center. The orchestral- choral work Approaching Melmoth, a preliminary exploration towards an opera he is planning on Maturin’s Melmoth the Wanderer, was performed by Northern Sinfonia and NS Chorus with Sir Thomas Allen in the solo part. Mystical Dances for orchestra was premièred at the 2006 Huddersfield Festival. In 2010 his reconstructed Misa de Corpus Christi for two choirs and orchestra filled to capacity four major venues including Cochabamba Cathedral. In February 2011 Una música escondida received performances at Bass Hall by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. His works are published by Tritó of Barcelona and Tre Media of Karlsruhe. _______________________________________________________________ Agustín Fernández nació en Cochabamba, Bolivia, en 1958. Estudió composición con Alberto Villalpando en La Paz, con Takeshi Iida y Akira Ifukube en Japón y con Douglas Young en Inglaterra, donde cursó una maestría (Universidad de Liverpool) y un doctorado (City University, Londres). Ha trabajado como profesor de armonía en el Conservatorio Nacional de La Paz, guía de violas en la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional, compositor en residencia en Queen’s University de Belfast y como docente en composición, primero en Dartington College y luego en la Universidad de Newcastle (Inglaterra), donde en 2007 fue promovido a la cátedra de composición. Ha escrito óperas y obras orquestales, electroacústicas y de cámara, que han sido ejecutadas por agrupaciones como la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Bolivia, Orquesta de Ulster, Orquesta de la BBC, Fort Worth Symphony, Juilliard Symphony, New Juilliard Ensemble, Royal Opera House Garden Venture, Nuove Forme Sonore, Northern Sinfonia, Orchestra Sinfonica di Perugia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León y otras. Retorna a Bolivia con regularidad, liderando proyectos creativo o interpretativos en instituciones como Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil de El Alto, Conservatorio Nacional de Música, Instituto Laredo y Universidad Católica Boliviana.

Website

www.agustinfernandez.com

Published Works

  • UNA MÚSICA ESCONDIDA, for piano and strings
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TRIO, for violin, violoncello and piano
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Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Juan-Marcos, Antonio (b. 1979)

Biography

Born in Mexico City, Antonio Juan-Marcos began his musical training studying classical guitar; he later studied composition, piano and guitar at the Boston Conservatory. In 2003 he continued his bachelor’s and master’s degree at the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris’’, where he graduated with honors with the piece “Arder Aprender.” From 2012 to 2013 he participated in the Electroacoustic Composition Course at the “Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique / Musique’’ (IRCAM). He has studied with some of the most renowned composers such as Kaija Saariaho, O. Golijov, Stefano Gervasoni, Narcís Bonet, Allain Gaussin, Philippe Leroux and Franck Bedrossian. Antonio is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Musical Composition at UC Berkeley, where he also works as a pro- fessor of harmony. Antonio Juan-Marcos has recently been awarded with the Gold Medal-Best of Show honors at the Global Music Awards for his piece “Nocturno Eléctrico’’; he also received the prestigious “Eisner Prize for the Highest Achievement in the Creative Arts” on behalf of the University of California Berkeley for the ensemble of his recent compositions, as well as the first place in the composition competition “Nicola De Lorenzo Prize in Music Composition’’ granted by the Department of Music at UC Berkeley. Important recent world premieres include: “Amanece’’- for countertenor and orchestra (2014) written as a celebration of the birth centenary of the literature Nobel Prize winner, Octavio Paz, as well as “Nocturno Eléctrico’’- for electric guitar and orchestra (2015). It is worth noting that Alejandro Marcovich (guitarist, founder of the famous Latin American rock group “Caifanes”) was the soloist for “Nocturno Eléctrico’’. Both pieces were commissioned by The Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra. “Amanece’’ will receive its American premiere in December 2016 by the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, in a program next to Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Mr. Juan-Marcos is currently composing a song cycle for the internationally known ensemble “Les Folies Françoises’’ in which he musicalizes four sonnets attributed to Antonio Vivaldi. These sonnets were written in correlation with the violin concerti “The Four Seasons’’. Antonio Juan-Marcos is the third composer to receive a commission from the “Les Folies Françoises’’. The first two composers to appear in this select catalog where Kaija Saariaho (2009) and Thierry Pécou (2013). Antonio has also received a commission from the “Festival Internacional Cervantino” to compose a monodrama for voice, video and ensemble inspired by the short story “Macario” by Juan Rulfo, one of Latin America’s most prominent writers and a fundamental source of the literary movement known as “Magical Realism”. This piece will be premiered by the “Ensemble 2e2m” in 2017 and will celebrate Mr. Rulfo birth centenary. Additional commissions include new orchestral music for some of the most important Mexican national orchestras. His pieces have been presented in the United States, France, Belgium, Spain and his native Mexico, under the direction of José Areán, David Milnes, Zsolt Nagy, Kanako Abe, Jean-Philippe Wurtz, Laurent Cuniot and Pierre Roullier. Antonio’s works are included in the repertoires of prestigious ensembles and orchestras such as the “Orchestre National de Lorraine’’, Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra, “Ensemble InterContemporain”, “Eco Ensemble,” “L’Instant Donné”, “L’Ensemble Multilatérale’’, amongst others. His piece for cello and electronics ‘’El Afilador’’ was recorded by the cellist Marie Ythier for Evidence Classics records (distributed by Harmonia Mundi). Antonio has been selected to participate in important festivals and academies such as: Acanthes (France)- where he studied with Salvatore Sciarrino, Musicalta (France), and the “Festival Internacional de Guitarra de Córdoba” (Spain) – where he studied guitar and composition with Leo Brouwer.

Website

www.antoniocomposer.com

Published Works

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AMANECE, for countertenor and orchestra
Mexico 15' Countertenor; 2(2).1(1).2+1.2-2120-tmp+3-hp-cel-clv-str $45.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact: orders@filarmonika.com
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Agudelo, Víctor (b. 1979)

Agudelo, Víctor (b. 1979)

Biography

Winner of the 2009 ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Award, Colombian composer Victor Agudelo began studying classical piano and music theory at the Colombo-Venezolano School of Music. Years later Agudelo continued his popular piano studies at the Colegio de Música de Medellín. In 1998 he attended to the Universidad EAFIT to continue his music studies with a concentration in composition. Víctor studied composition and music theory with professors Andrés Posada, Moises Bertrán, Mario Gómez Vignes and Sergio Mesa. He also took piano with Lise Frank and choral conducting with Cecilia Espinosa. In 2000 and 2001 Agudelo won the EAFIT's music department composition contests with the works: "Credo" and "Sangre de Hincha" (Blood of the Fan) respectively. In July 2003 he received his undergraduate degree from Universidad EAFIT and a fellowship to continue graduate studies at the same school. Agudelo has been composer and arranger for the Orquesta Filarmónica de Bogotá, Orquesta Filarmónica de Medellín, Orquesta Sinfónica de La Habana–Cuba, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León-España, Orquesta Sinfónica Universidad EAFIT, Banda Sinfónica Universidad de Antioquia, Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil, University of Memphis Symphony Orchestra, U of M Contemporary Chamber Players, Ensamble Vocal Arcadia, Prizm Ensemble and Montecino piano trio, International Trio among other projects. His music has been played so far in: Colombia, Spain USA, China, Belgium, Germany, Australia, Sweden, Chile, Argentina, Hungary, Cuba and Japan. In April 2005. Victor won the Smit Composition Award, prize given to outstanding composition students at the University of Memphis. During the summer 2007, Agudelo went to The Shangai Conservatory - China with the University of Memphis Symphony Orchestra as assistant conductor and also playing his chamber music for piano and other instruments.  In December 2008, Agudelo received his Doctor In Music Arts degree in composition at The University of Memphis with Professors Kamran Ince and John Baur and minor in orchestra conducting with Pu-Qi Jiang and Kraig Williams. In March 2009, Victor won The ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Award with the piece "Continental Prism". Currently, Agudelo is composition and theory professor at EAFIT University in Medellin- Colombia.

Website

www.victoragudelo.co

Published Works

  • EL SOMBRERÓN, for orchestra
  • LA MADRE DE AGUA, for orchestra
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MEMORIAS DEL OLVIDO, for orchestra
Colombia 15' 2(1).2.2.2-4331-timp+6-pno-str $50.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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Agudelo, Víctor (b. 1979)

Agudelo, Víctor (b. 1979)

Biography

Winner of the 2009 ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Award, Colombian composer Victor Agudelo began studying classical piano and music theory at the Colombo-Venezolano School of Music. Years later Agudelo continued his popular piano studies at the Colegio de Música de Medellín. In 1998 he attended to the Universidad EAFIT to continue his music studies with a concentration in composition. Víctor studied composition and music theory with professors Andrés Posada, Moises Bertrán, Mario Gómez Vignes and Sergio Mesa. He also took piano with Lise Frank and choral conducting with Cecilia Espinosa. In 2000 and 2001 Agudelo won the EAFIT's music department composition contests with the works: "Credo" and "Sangre de Hincha" (Blood of the Fan) respectively. In July 2003 he received his undergraduate degree from Universidad EAFIT and a fellowship to continue graduate studies at the same school. Agudelo has been composer and arranger for the Orquesta Filarmónica de Bogotá, Orquesta Filarmónica de Medellín, Orquesta Sinfónica de La Habana–Cuba, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León-España, Orquesta Sinfónica Universidad EAFIT, Banda Sinfónica Universidad de Antioquia, Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil, University of Memphis Symphony Orchestra, U of M Contemporary Chamber Players, Ensamble Vocal Arcadia, Prizm Ensemble and Montecino piano trio, International Trio among other projects. His music has been played so far in: Colombia, Spain USA, China, Belgium, Germany, Australia, Sweden, Chile, Argentina, Hungary, Cuba and Japan. In April 2005. Victor won the Smit Composition Award, prize given to outstanding composition students at the University of Memphis. During the summer 2007, Agudelo went to The Shangai Conservatory - China with the University of Memphis Symphony Orchestra as assistant conductor and also playing his chamber music for piano and other instruments.  In December 2008, Agudelo received his Doctor In Music Arts degree in composition at The University of Memphis with Professors Kamran Ince and John Baur and minor in orchestra conducting with Pu-Qi Jiang and Kraig Williams. In March 2009, Victor won The ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Award with the piece "Continental Prism". Currently, Agudelo is composition and theory professor at EAFIT University in Medellin- Colombia.

Website

www.victoragudelo.co

Published Works

  • EL SOMBRERÓN, for orchestra
  • LA MADRE DE AGUA, for orchestra
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CUNA DE CARTÓN, for choir and orchestra
Colombia 15' choir SATB; 2(1).2.2.2-4331-timp+1-str $50.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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Vega, Diego (b. 1968)

Vega, Diego (b. 1968)

Biography

Diego Vega is a Colombian composer. His music has been performed in some of the most important concert halls in the United States, Europe and Latin America by ensembles such as the Cuarteto Latinoamericano, Eighth Blackbird, Ensemble X, Alea III, the Colombian National Symphony, the Bogotá Philharmonic, the Youth Orchestra of the Americas, the Maîtrise de Notre-Dame de Paris, the Quintet of the Americas, the Soli Chamber Ensemble, and internationally acclaimed soloists like pianist Stephen Prutsman, clarinetist José Franch-Ballester, cellist Andrés Díaz, and flutist Bradley Garner, among others. Diego has written commissioned works for the Colombian National Symphony, Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, the Cornell Symphony and the Cornell Chorus, and the Salvi Foundation and the Cartagena International Music Festival. Vega has also been awarded the National Prize of Music in Composition in 2004, the Ensemble X composition competition in 2004, Alea III 20th anniversary prize in 2002, one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the Year in 1996 in Colombia, and prestigious scholarships such as Fulbright and the Sage Fellowship at Cornell University. Vega holds degrees from Cornell University (DMA), University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (MM), and Universidad Javeriana (BM) in Bogota, Colombia, and has served as faculty at Syracuse University and Universidad Javeriana. Currently he is professor of music composition and theory at UNLV. Among his composition teachers are Guillermo Gaviria, Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon, Joel Hoffman, Roberto Sierra, and Steven Stucky. Diego Vega has written music for soloists, a variety of chamber groups, symphony orchestras, wind ensembles, choral ensembles, computer and electronic music. He has incorporated elements of Colombian traditional music into some of these works. [biography from the composer's website www.diegovega.com]

Website

www.diegovega.com

Published Works

  • MÚSICA MUISCA, for orchestra
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DIVERTIMENTO, for clarinet, violin, violoncello and piano
Colombia 15' clarinet, violin, violoncello and piano $35.00 $70.00
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Vega, Diego (b. 1968)

Vega, Diego (b. 1968)

Biography

Diego Vega is a Colombian composer. His music has been performed in some of the most important concert halls in the United States, Europe and Latin America by ensembles such as the Cuarteto Latinoamericano, Eighth Blackbird, Ensemble X, Alea III, the Colombian National Symphony, the Bogotá Philharmonic, the Youth Orchestra of the Americas, the Maîtrise de Notre-Dame de Paris, the Quintet of the Americas, the Soli Chamber Ensemble, and internationally acclaimed soloists like pianist Stephen Prutsman, clarinetist José Franch-Ballester, cellist Andrés Díaz, and flutist Bradley Garner, among others. Diego has written commissioned works for the Colombian National Symphony, Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, the Cornell Symphony and the Cornell Chorus, and the Salvi Foundation and the Cartagena International Music Festival. Vega has also been awarded the National Prize of Music in Composition in 2004, the Ensemble X composition competition in 2004, Alea III 20th anniversary prize in 2002, one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the Year in 1996 in Colombia, and prestigious scholarships such as Fulbright and the Sage Fellowship at Cornell University. Vega holds degrees from Cornell University (DMA), University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (MM), and Universidad Javeriana (BM) in Bogota, Colombia, and has served as faculty at Syracuse University and Universidad Javeriana. Currently he is professor of music composition and theory at UNLV. Among his composition teachers are Guillermo Gaviria, Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon, Joel Hoffman, Roberto Sierra, and Steven Stucky. Diego Vega has written music for soloists, a variety of chamber groups, symphony orchestras, wind ensembles, choral ensembles, computer and electronic music. He has incorporated elements of Colombian traditional music into some of these works. [biography from the composer's website www.diegovega.com]

Website

www.diegovega.com

Published Works

  • MÚSICA MUISCA, for orchestra
×
SUITE, for wind quartet
Colombia 15' flute, oboe, clarinet, and bassoon $30.00 $60.00
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