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BIOGRAPHY

Andrés Madariaga Corvalán, born in Santiago de Chile, is the recipient of over 30 prizes in major national and international guitar competitions in Argentina, Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, Spain, Italy, Greece, Portugal, and Thailand. Among them are first prizes in the Vital-Medeiros Competition (Brazil, 2009), in the A.Montovani Competition (Italy, 2018), in the Asia Guitar Competition (Thailand, 2017), and in the Amarante international Guitar Competition (Portugal, 2018).

 

Recently, Andrés won a second place in the 2021 Miami International GuitART Competition (USA). Andrés also has also performed as soloist in Chile and internationally at various venues in Amarante, Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Bad Kissingen, Bangkok, México City, Morelia, Milan, São Paulo, and Salzburg.

He received his Bachelor of Guitar Performance from the Austral University of Chile in 2011 and his Master of Arts from the Mozarteum University in 2016, where he studied with Marco Tamayo.

 
 

CALENDER

APRIL

08-10

ALBUM RECORDING - DUO MULTICORDE

Detmold, Germany

Duo Multicorde Album recording.

2021

MAY

30

2021

CONCERT - DUO MULTICORDE

Detmold, Germany

Duo Multicorde performs works by Boccherini, Granados, Tárrega and Rodrigo.

JUNE

23

2021

SOLO CONCERT

Bonn, Germany

Solo concert with works by Bach, Legnani, Llobet and Turina.

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MEDIA

Fantasía Sevillana - Joaquín Turina

Andrés Madariaga, guitar

Fantasia (Op. 19)  - Luigi Legnani

Andrés Madariaga, guitar

Cavatina: Scherzino - Alexandre Tansman

Andrés Madariaga, guitar

 

GALLERY

 
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DUO MULTICORDE

"Duo Multicorde" is an aspiring duo consisting of guitarist Andrés Madriaga and harpist Maria-Theresa Freibott. Andrés and Maria formed the duo during their studies at the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg and received chamber music lessons with Prof Stephen Fitzpatrick, the solo harpist of the Staatskapelle Berlin.

 

German harpist Maria-Theresa Freibott has given concerts around Europe as a soloist, chamber musician and as principal harpist in numerous orchestras.

 

The name "Multicorde" is a combination of the Latin word "multi" (many) and the Italian word "corde" (strings).

 

In November 2021, Duo Mulicorde released their first album, “Viva la danza!”, a collection of various dances around the world performed as duo and solo works.

 

CONTACT

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