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(Pamplona, 10 March 1844 - Biarritz, 20 September 1908).
He was a violinist and Spanish composer.
He studied in Madrid and Paris and began as a violinist in London at the age of seventeen, starting from that moment a brilliant career.
Edouard Lalo dedicated him the Symphonie espagnole and Bruch the Schottische phantasie. He had a brilliant repertoire composed of whims, paraphrases, dances and drew on popular themes that varied. Even his great communicative skills, combined with extraordinary technical mastery, contributed to his fame that was universal. He used two Stradivarios of 1711 and 1724 for his concerts.
In 2008 he won the First Flute Competition in the Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, in the 'Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna and since September of the same year he is the First Solo Flute of the Bayerische Staatsoper of Munich.
After graduating in 2001 at the S. Cecilia Conservatory in Rome, under the guidance of Maestro G. Schiavone, he perfected with the greatest flautists on the international scene: M. Marasco J.C. Gerard, M. Larrieu, D. Formisano, M. Caroli, W. Schultz. He continued his studies in Switzerland at the Conservatoire Superieur de Musique de Geneve in the class of M ° J. Zoon, obtaining brilliantly in 2007 the Diplome de Soliste avec Distinction allíunanimit. From his intense flutist activity, since 1998 he has been studying the Composition, a discipline in which he graduated in 2008, in the class of Maestro F. Carotenuto at the S. Cecilia Conservatory in Rome, with the Maximum of Vows.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Salzburg, 27 January 1756 - Vienna, 5 December 1791) was an Austrian musician who is universally recognized as the creation of compositions of extraordinary artistic value. Mozart is counted among the greatest geniuses in the history of music, endowed with rare and precocious talent. He began composing at the age of 5 and died at the age of thirty-five, leaving pages that profoundly influenced all the main musical genres of his era, including symphonic, sacred, chamber music and works of various kinds, so much to be defined from the Grove Dictionary as "the most universal composer in the history of Western music"