Currently, Alejandra is the Chief Conductor of the Santiago Municipal Chamber Orchestra - National Opera of Chile. During the past years, she was the Chief Conductor of the Chile Chamber Orchestra and concurrently with that, the Chief Conductor of the Symphony Orchestra of Santa Fe, Argentina.
Alejandra Urrutia (Chile)
“A quartet engraved in eternity.” - Die Zeit
Internationally recognized as one of the world's finest quartets, the American String Quartet has honed its luxurious sound for decades.
American String Quartet (USA)
Peter Winograd, Violín I
Laurie Carney, Violín II
Daniel Avshalomov, Viola
Wolfram Koessel, Cello
Then studied at the National Regional Conservatory of Rueil-Malmaison, France, where she obtained the Diploma of Musical Studies, under the professorship of Philippe Pierlot (soloist of the National Orchestra of France) and also at the Regional Conservatory of Versailles, where she obtained the First Prix in Chamber Music and History of Music.
Beatrice Ovalle (Chile)
In 2009 he joined the Conservatoire National Régional de Nice and graduated with 1st prize in the chair of Vincent Tizon. In Paris with Daniel Arrignon at the Conservatoire National Régional de Rueil Malmaison graduated with 1st prize. With Christian Schmitt in École Nationale de Musique du Pays de Montbéliard and graduated as a concertist.
Federico Curti (Uruguay)
Between 2003 and 2019 he was a member of the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, working as the first assistant clarinet and where he worked with relevant figures of the symphonic world such as Claudio Abbado, Krzysztof Penderecki and Gustavo Dudamel among others.
Gorgias Sánchez (Venezuela)
He won the Third Prize at the International Brass Competition in Timisoara (Romania) in 2011. That same year he became a scholar of the prestigious Huygens Scholarship Programme for international students with excellent level, after a selection process carried out by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science that included all careers and universities in Holland.
Gabriel Betancur (Colombia)
Expert in helping people realize their potential and their dreams. She has worked for the past thirty years with individuals, teams, organizations, communities and countries, helping them to discover their dreams and learn how to make them realities.
Caroline Ward (Australia)
Leadership and Coaching
Through hatha yoga, Juan Pablo seeks to connect physical and mental sensations with a conscious work from breathing, postures (asanas) and meditation, creating an intimate space for conversation where people enjoy their abilities and recognize their limits in a loving way.
Juan Pablo Jara (Chile)
Claudia Lepe & Alexis Vallejos (Chile)
Claudia Lepe, Alto
Alexis Vallejos, Guitar
As Fanjul&Ward artists they have come together to explore a programme that reminds us of the nights in Granada.
Two great talents, remarkable people, true artists.