Meet the five outstanding string musicians who made an acclaimed tour in Latin America with their teacher Roberto Díaz, president of the famous Curtis Institute of Philadelphia. LEER MÁS

The ignorance about the deeper dimensions of classical music leads to its use as a secondary decorative element, a conventional symbol of status or something to “highlight the occasion.” But what would happen if we really knew its transformative power? READ MORE

When we think about orchestral music, the word instrument brings to mind: violin, cello, trombone, timpani, flute, double bass, piano, and so on. But what about the musicians themselves? What is the impact of their state of being on the music? Is he or she not the ‘source instrument’? READ MORE

With an ascending career, unanimously acclaimed as soloist with the best orchestras in his country.
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A virtuoso of uncommon sensitivity and warmth, championing concert music from his native country.
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Classical: Pretty Music or Something More?

The ignorance about the deeper dimensions of classical music leads to its use as a secondary decorative element, a conventional symbol of status or something to “highlight the occasion.” But what would happen if we really knew its transformative power? READ MORE

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Will the real instrument please stand up?

When we think about orchestral music, the word instrument brings to mind: violin, cello, trombone, timpani, flute, double bass, piano, and so on. But what about the musicians themselves? What is the impact of their state of being on the music? Is he or she not the ‘source instrument’? READ MORE

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The “Why?” of Fanjul & Ward

We are curators of talent. We believe that artists will be the leaders of tomorrow, especially the musicians because in this divided and fragmented world, music is perhaps  the only universal language capable of overcoming differences of distance, time, thoughts and words.