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Graduated from the Higher Institute of Arts in Havana, Cuba.
He has composed music for various instrumental formats, including plays and audiovisuals.
His music has been performed by various and prestigious musical groups and soloists, and heard at various festivals and concerts in many countries in America and Europe.
She is the founding director of the Choir of the Espiritu Santo University of Specialties (UEES), Ecuador.
MARÍA FELICIA PÉREZ
He studied at the National School of Art in Havana and at the "Franz Liszt" School of Music in Weimar, Germany.
Director of the Exaudi Chamber Choir.
Professor at the University of the Arts in Havana and at the National School of Music.
She has been awarded the Distinctions "For Cuban Education" and "For National Culture", as well as the Order "Félix Varela" of 1st. Grade.
He participated in several workshops and seminars led by Mariano Etkin, Gerardo Gandini, Francisco Kröpfl and Julio Viera. In Germany she trained as a fellow under Nicolaus A. Huber and Mathias Spahlinger.
He has participated in festivals and international meetings of contemporary music, in Curitiba, Buenos Aires, Eckernförde.
His creative work has been recognized with national and international awards, scholarships and grants.
Composer and singer originally from Mexico City.
Degree in Composition (Faculty of Music of the UNAM). Master's in the “Composer-Performer” program at the California Institute of the Arts. He completed his second master's degree at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater, München Germany. He is currently doing his PhD with at the University of Birmingham in the UK with Daria Kwiatkowska and Scott Wilson.
His works have been performed in Europe, Canada. Latin America, USA, Africa and Asia.
He was awarded the Landeshaupstadt München Music Prize.
Photo by Astrid Ackermann
He studied composition and choral conducting with Gotzon Aulestia and Miguel Amantegi.
Mainly focused on the composition of choral music.
Recipient of several composition awards, her music is performed especially in the United States, Canada, Japan or Sweden.
In her role as director, she has been invited to Hungary to conduct her works with the Cantemus Women's Choir of the Kodaly Institute.