The mission of FILARMONIKA Music Publishing is to discover and promote the musical repertoire of Latin America and the Caribbean.

Latin American Works

Composer Title Country Duration Instrumentation Score Parts
Vergara, Sebastián (b. 1978)

Vergara, Sebastián (b. 1978)

Biography

Sebastián Vergara D. (1978) Born in Chile, his catalog includes works for feature films, video art and documentary, concert music for symphonic orchestra, string orchestra, chamber ensembles (with and without electroacoustic devices), and mixed media works incorporating poetry, photography and video. He has also recorded various albums and worked with different artists in the song field and its extensions. Chileno, su catálogo comprende música para cine, video arte y documental, así como música de concierto para orquesta sinfónica, orquesta de cuerdas, ensambles de cámara (con y sin participación de medios electroacústicos), trabajos para medios mixtos incorporando poesía, fotografía y video. También ha realizado cd’s y colaborado con otros artistas en el ámbito de la canción y sus extensiones. [taken from www.sebastianvergara.com]

Website

http://www.sebastianvergara.com/

Published Works

  • EL DESPERTAR DE LA ESPECIE (Awakening of the Species), for orchestra
  • MECÁNICA, for strings
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MECÁNICA, for strings
Chile 7'15" strings $40.00 Rental only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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Cifuentes, Santos (1870-1932) SCHERZO SOBRE AIRES TROPICALES, for orchestra
Colombia 7' 1111-2110-timp-perc (3)-str $40.00 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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EL SOMBRERÓN, for orchestra
Colombia 9' 2*222-4231-timp-perc (2)-pno-str $50.00 Rental only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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Mejía, Adolfo (1905-1973) PEQUEÑA SUITE, for orchestra
Colombia 15' 3*3*22-4331-timp-pno-celesta-str $50.00 Rental only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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Franco, Luis Fernando SUITE COLOMBIANA, for solo piano
Colombia 8' solo piano $25.00
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Mejía, Adolfo (1905-1973) ACUARELA, for orchestra
Colombia 4' 223*2-4331-timp-perc (3)-pno-str $25.00 Rental only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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Tobar, Alejandro (1907-1975)

Tobar, Alejandro (1907-1975)

Biography

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Website

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Published Works

  • KALAMARY, for orchestra
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KALAMARY, for orchestra
Colombia 10' 3*222-4331-timp 3-str $40.00 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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MÚSICA MUISCA, for orchestra
Colombia 6'20" 2222-2200-timp-perc-str $50.00 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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LA MADRE DE AGUA, for orchestra
Colombia 9' 2*222-4231-timp-perc (2)-pno-str $60.00 Rental Only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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Meza, Vinicio (b. 1968)

Meza, Vinicio (b. 1968)

Biography

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Website

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Published Works

  • SUITE LATINOAMERICANA, for string trio (Tango, Vals, Choro, Son)
  • SUITE LATINOAMERICANA, for strings (Tango, Vals, Choro, Son)
  • SUITE LATINOAMERICANA, for strings (Tango, Vals, Choro, Son)
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SUITE LATINOAMERICANA, for string trio (Tango, Vals, Choro, Son)
Costa Rica 17' vln, vla, vcl $65.00 score and parts included
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Meza, Vinicio (b. 1968)

Meza, Vinicio (b. 1968)

Biography

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Website

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Published Works

  • SUITE LATINOAMERICANA, for string trio (Tango, Vals, Choro, Son)
  • SUITE LATINOAMERICANA, for strings (Tango, Vals, Choro, Son)
  • SUITE LATINOAMERICANA, for strings (Tango, Vals, Choro, Son)
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SUITE LATINOAMERICANA, for strings (Tango, Vals, Choro, Son)
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Luzuriaga, Diego (b. 1955)

Luzuriaga, Diego (b. 1955)

Biography

Ecuadorian Diego Luzuriaga is one of the most original voices among Latin American composers. The force and uniqueness of his music spring mainly from his Andean folk melodies, the use of French post-impressionistic sound color, and from his unapologetic South American lyricism. He was born in 1955, in Loja, Ecuador, into a family of twelve children. He studied in Paris at the Paris Ecole Normale and later at Manhattan School of Music and Columbia University in New York. He has been taught by, among others, Gerardo Guevara, Yoshihisa Taira and Mesias Maiguashca. In Ecuador he was involved in the studying, performing, and recording of native Andean folk music and Latin American music. He has received commissions from international ensembles and orchestras including the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Ensemble Intercontemporain and Ensemble Itineraire of Paris, Ensemble Pro Musica Nipponia of Japan, the Nishikawa Ensemble of Japan, the Nieuw Ensemble of Amsterdam, Ensemble Aventure of Freiburg, the Ecuadorian National Symphony, Robert Aitken and Aurele Nicolet flute duo, Quintet of the Americas, and the North/South Consonance ensemble of New York. He has received several international awards, including, in 1993, the Guggenheim Fellowship from New York. His music is regularly performed in numerous international events. The recent recording of "Once Canciones de Diego Luzuriaga" was released by soprano Dana Hanchard in New York and received rave reviews. His new opera, Manuela y Bolivar, received critical acclaim when it premiered in Quito, Ecuador in November 2006. He now lives with his wife and three children in Pennsylvania (USA), and he teaches at Friends' Central School.

Website

www.diegoluzuriaga.com

Published Works

  • YARAVÍ Y YUMBO, for flute and string quartet
  • RESPONSORIO, for orchestra (Commissioned by the Tokyo Philharmonic)
  • INCIENSO, for chamber orchestra or ensemble
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YARAVÍ Y YUMBO, for flute and string quartet
Ecuador 13'30'' flute and string quartet $35.00 $75.00
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Luzuriaga, Diego (b. 1955)

Luzuriaga, Diego (b. 1955)

Biography

Ecuadorian Diego Luzuriaga is one of the most original voices among Latin American composers. The force and uniqueness of his music spring mainly from his Andean folk melodies, the use of French post-impressionistic sound color, and from his unapologetic South American lyricism. He was born in 1955, in Loja, Ecuador, into a family of twelve children. He studied in Paris at the Paris Ecole Normale and later at Manhattan School of Music and Columbia University in New York. He has been taught by, among others, Gerardo Guevara, Yoshihisa Taira and Mesias Maiguashca. In Ecuador he was involved in the studying, performing, and recording of native Andean folk music and Latin American music. He has received commissions from international ensembles and orchestras including the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Ensemble Intercontemporain and Ensemble Itineraire of Paris, Ensemble Pro Musica Nipponia of Japan, the Nishikawa Ensemble of Japan, the Nieuw Ensemble of Amsterdam, Ensemble Aventure of Freiburg, the Ecuadorian National Symphony, Robert Aitken and Aurele Nicolet flute duo, Quintet of the Americas, and the North/South Consonance ensemble of New York. He has received several international awards, including, in 1993, the Guggenheim Fellowship from New York. His music is regularly performed in numerous international events. The recent recording of "Once Canciones de Diego Luzuriaga" was released by soprano Dana Hanchard in New York and received rave reviews. His new opera, Manuela y Bolivar, received critical acclaim when it premiered in Quito, Ecuador in November 2006. He now lives with his wife and three children in Pennsylvania (USA), and he teaches at Friends' Central School.

Website

www.diegoluzuriaga.com

Published Works

  • YARAVÍ Y YUMBO, for flute and string quartet
  • RESPONSORIO, for orchestra (Commissioned by the Tokyo Philharmonic)
  • INCIENSO, for chamber orchestra or ensemble
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RESPONSORIO, for orchestra (Commissioned by the Tokyo Philharmonic)
Ecuador 8' 3*222-2110-perc (3)-str $50.00 Rental only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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Luzuriaga, Diego (b. 1955)

Luzuriaga, Diego (b. 1955)

Biography

Ecuadorian Diego Luzuriaga is one of the most original voices among Latin American composers. The force and uniqueness of his music spring mainly from his Andean folk melodies, the use of French post-impressionistic sound color, and from his unapologetic South American lyricism. He was born in 1955, in Loja, Ecuador, into a family of twelve children. He studied in Paris at the Paris Ecole Normale and later at Manhattan School of Music and Columbia University in New York. He has been taught by, among others, Gerardo Guevara, Yoshihisa Taira and Mesias Maiguashca. In Ecuador he was involved in the studying, performing, and recording of native Andean folk music and Latin American music. He has received commissions from international ensembles and orchestras including the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Ensemble Intercontemporain and Ensemble Itineraire of Paris, Ensemble Pro Musica Nipponia of Japan, the Nishikawa Ensemble of Japan, the Nieuw Ensemble of Amsterdam, Ensemble Aventure of Freiburg, the Ecuadorian National Symphony, Robert Aitken and Aurele Nicolet flute duo, Quintet of the Americas, and the North/South Consonance ensemble of New York. He has received several international awards, including, in 1993, the Guggenheim Fellowship from New York. His music is regularly performed in numerous international events. The recent recording of "Once Canciones de Diego Luzuriaga" was released by soprano Dana Hanchard in New York and received rave reviews. His new opera, Manuela y Bolivar, received critical acclaim when it premiered in Quito, Ecuador in November 2006. He now lives with his wife and three children in Pennsylvania (USA), and he teaches at Friends' Central School.

Website

www.diegoluzuriaga.com

Published Works

  • YARAVÍ Y YUMBO, for flute and string quartet
  • RESPONSORIO, for orchestra (Commissioned by the Tokyo Philharmonic)
  • INCIENSO, for chamber orchestra or ensemble
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INCIENSO, for chamber orchestra or ensemble
Ecuador 9' 2*010-0101-perc (4)-pno-3 vlns-1 vla-1 vcl-1 db $30.00 $120.00
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Rebagliati, Claudio (1843-1909) ÁLBUM SUDAMERICANO, collection of popular songs and dances for solo piano
Italy-Peru solo piano $50.00
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Rebagliati, Claudio (1843-1909) RAPSODIA PERUANA, for orchestra
Italy-Peru 12' 2222-4221-timp-perc (3)-str $40.00 Rental only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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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

  • CANTO DE SEMILLAS, for orchestra
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CANTO DE SEMILLAS, for orchestra
Mexico 15' 3*22*2-42*21-timp-perc (2)-pf-electronics $100.00 Rental only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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Garrido-Lecca, Celso (b. 1926)

Garrido-Lecca, Celso (b. 1926)

Biography

Celso Garrido-Lecca was born in Piura, Peru in 1926. He began his musical training in the National Conservatory of Lima, later continuing his studies in composition with professor Rodolfo Holzmann in the same institution. In 1950, he traveled with a scholarship to Santiago, Chile, to conclude and master his musical studies. Four years later he became the musical adviser and composer of the Institute of the Theater at the University of Chile. He stayed there for ten years and during that time he wrote a large amount of music for the various theater works. In 1965 he began to teach in the Department of Composition in the Faculty of Science and Musical Arts at the same University, later becoming Chairman of the Department. In 1964 Garrido-Lecca won a scholarship to work with Aaron Copland at the Tanglewood Music Festival. Upon his return to Peru in 1973, he became Professor of Composition of the National Conservatory of Lima where, soon after, he was appointed Director of this institution until 1979. The musical production of Garrido-Lecca includes chamber and symphonic works, which have been performed in numerous concerts and festivals in America, Europe and Asia. Among his most renowned works are “Intihuatana” for string quartet, “Antaras” for double string quartet and double bass, “Laudes I and II” for orchestra, “Elegía a Machu-Picchu” (performed by the New York Philharmonic in 1967), “Concerto for Cello and Orchestra”, “Simphony Nº2”, “Concerto for Guitar”, and the multimedia work “El Movimiento y el Sueño” for double choir, two narrators and orchestra, among others. During his life as a composer he has been awarded many composition prizes both in Peru and in Chile. Among his award-winning compositios are “Divertimento”, “El movimiento y el sueño”, “Trio para un nuevo tiempo”, “Cuarteto Nº3” and “Retablos sinfónicos”. Since 1983 he traveled frequently to Chile, actively participating in the musical life of that country. He is member of the Composer’s Society of Chile and of the Copyright Society SCD. He has been awarded the International Institute of Education scholarship in 1961 and the Guggenheim Foundation scholarship in 1963. In 1982 he was decorated by the Spanish government with the Order of Civilian Merit. In 1997 the government of Chile awarded him the “Bernardo O’Higgins” Order for his contribution to the strenghtening of the relations betwewn Chile and Peru. In 2000 he won the "Tomás Luis de Victoria" Prize from the Fundación Autor SGAE of Spain.

Website

www.celsogarridolecca.com

Published Works

  • CONCERTO FOR GUITAR AND FOUR INSTRUMENTAL GROUPS
  • RETABLOS SINFÓNICOS
  • SUITE PERUANA, for strings
  • LAUDES I, for orchestra
  • SOLILOQUIO II, for cello
  • ORDEN No.1, for solo piano
  • POÉTICAS, for two guitars
  • DÚO CONCERTANTE, for charango and guitar
  • ELEGÍA A MACHU PICCHU, for orchestra
  • DIÁLOGOS COTIDIANOS, for clarinet and guitar
  • DANZAS POPULARES ANDINAS, for flute and guitar
  • LAUDES II, for chamber ensemble
  • SECUENCIAS, for violin and orchestra
  • DIVERTIMENTO, for woodwind quintet
  • SYMPHONY No.1
  • STRING QUARTET No.1 (Commissioned by the Library of Congress - Washington D.C.)
  • INTIHUATANA, for string quartet
  • ANTARAS, for double string quartet and double bass
  • DONDE NACEN LOS CÓNDORES, for male choir and andean instruments
  • DANZAS POPULARES ANDINAS, for violin and piano
  • EL MOVIMIENTO Y EL SUEÑO, for chorus, 2 narrators, and orchestra
  • TRÍO PARA UN NUEVO TIEMPO, for violin, cello, and piano
  • STRING QUARTET No.2
  • PRELUDIO Y TOCCATA, for solo piano
  • SIMPAY, for guitar
  • SONATA FANTASÍA, for cello and piano
  • CONCERTO FOR CELLO AND ORCHESTRA
  • STRING QUARTET No.3
  • SOLILOQUIO I, for solo flute
  • EVENTOS, for chamber orchestra
  • AMARU, for flute and string quartet
  • SOLILOQUIO III, for solo double bass
  • CANCIONES DE HOGAR, for voice and chamber ensemble
  • SYMPHONY No.2, "Introspections"
  • STRING QUARTET No.4
  • OCTAVIANAS, for voice and chamber ensemble
  • CANTO VIVO EN EL ATARDECER, for baritone and orchestra
  • DANZAS POPULARES ANDINAS, for chamber orchestra
  • THE COMPLETE CATALOG
  • EPITAFIO ENCENDIDO, for narrator and orchestra
  • MÚSICA PARA TEATRO, for woodwind quintet
  • MUSICHARÁN, for charango and chamber ensemble
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Peru 16' 1111-1110-hp-synthesizer-perc (3)- 4 vlns-2 vlas-2 vcls-1 db $50.00 Rental only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Biography

José Carlos Campos was born in Lima, Peru in 1957, where later studied at the National Conservatory of Music with Edgar Valcárcel, Pedro Asato and Celso Garrido-Lecca. In 1985, after graduating in composition, he obtains a scholarship by the French government to study in Paris. In 1990 he returns to Peru to teach at the National Conservatory of Music as well as working as producer for Radio Filarmonia. In 1998 he returns to France, where he obtains a master in musicology at the Sorbonne in Paris. His works has been performed throughout South and North America and Europe.

Website

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Published Works

  • DANZA RÚSTICA, for orchestra
  • ALONE, Conversations With Oneself, for solo flute
  • DANZA FESTIVA, for strings
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Peru 3'30" 3*222-2200-timp-perc (3)-str $30.00 Please enquire at orders@filarmonika.com
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López, Jimmy (b. 1978)

López, Jimmy (b. 1978)

Biography

Jimmy López was born in Lima, Peru in 1978. In 1998 was admitted to the National Conservatory of Music in Lima where he studied with renowned Peruvian composer Enrique Iturriaga. In July 2000 he was admitted to the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, Finland where he studied with Veli-Matti Puumala and Eero Hämeenniemi. He has been awarded the ORCHESTRA COMPOSITION AWARD - SävellYS 2006 Composition Competition (Finland) for his orchestral work “The Plea”; the STIPENDIENPREIS at the International Course for Contemporary Music, Darmstadt 2006 (Germany) for his chamber work “Kraftmaschine”; an HONORABLE MENTION at the Irino Composition Prize for Chamber Music 2005 (Japan) for his string quartet “La Caresse du Couteau”; the FIRST PRIZE - ALEA III 2003 International Composition Competition (USA) for his piece “K’asa” for violin and piano; and the ORCHESTRA PRIZE - CCA International Composition Competition 2002 (Taiwan) for his orchestral work “Carnynx”. In May 2004 his ballet "Los Magos del Silencio" was presented in Lima. Later on in the same year, his Concerto for Koto and Orchestra was premiered by the UMA Kamerorkest in The Netherlands with Makiko Goto as soloist. In June 2005, "Kraftmaschine", for recorders and percussion, was premiered in Germany. This piece was commissioned by the ADevantgarde Festival in collaboration with the Orff- Zentrum, Munich. His orchestral work Fiesta! has been premiered by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and subsequent performances with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and at the Aspen Music Festival. Jimmy López continues his studies at the University of California at Berkeley where he is in the PhD program

Website

www.lopezjimmy.com

Published Works

  • AMÉRICA SALVAJE, for orchestra
  • FIESTA! for chamber orchestra or ensemble
  • FIESTA! for orchestra
  • EPIPHANY, concertino for piano, strings, brass, and percussion
  • K'ASA, for violin and piano
  • LA CARESSE DU COUTEAU, for string quartet
  • KRAFTMASCHINE, for recorders and percussion
  • VORTEX, for piano
  • OF BELLS AND BROKEN SHADOWS, for cello and piano
  • INCUBUS II, for chamber ensemble
  • TECHNO, from Fiesta! (arr. Claudio), for wind orchestra
  • LAGO DE LÁGRIMAS, for flute and orchestra
  • SYNESTHÉSIE, for orchestra (Commisioned by Radio France)
  • CCANTU, for solo piano
  • LORD OF THE AIR, concerto for cello and orchestra
  • INCUBUS, for saxophone, accordion, and bass
  • AVEC SWING, for chamber ensemble
  • PERÚ NEGRO, for orchestra
  • LOS MAGOS DEL SILENCIO, orchestral suite
  • WARPED SYMMETRY, for solo flute
  • SPECULORUM, for oboe and koto
  • SYMPHONY NO. 1: THE TRAVAILS OF PERSILES AND SIGISMUNDA, for orchestra
  • BEL CANTO: AN OPERA IN THREE ACTS
  • BEL CANTO: A SYMPHONIC CANVAS, for orchestra
  • SYMPHONY NO. 2: AD ASTRA
  • DREAMERS, an oratorio for soprano, mixed chorus, and orchestra
  • MAN AND MAN, for countertenor and ensemble
  • MAN AND MAN, for countertenor and piano
  • VIAJE A TI, for soprano and piano
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AMÉRICA SALVAJE, for orchestra
Peru 14' 2222-3331-perc (4)-pno-str $75.00 Rental only - Please contact orders@filarmonika.com
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