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Horacio Lavandera


Horacio Lavandera is an Argentine pianist, born in Buenos Aires in December, 1984, who is currently residing in Madrid, Spain. As the youngest competitor, he won the International Piano Competition Umberto Micheli at the age of sixteen, held at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatoire and in Teatro della Scala in Milan (Italy), playing a diverse repertoire, including pieces from baroque to contemporary music. He was also awarded a Special Prize of the Orchestra Filarmonica della Scala. Many important musicians of the current musical scene were on the Jury, including Luciano Berio, Maurizio Pollini, Luis de Pablo, Michel Beroff, Charles Rosen and Alexis Weissenberg. The Honorary Committee included Maestro Abbado, Boulez, Metha, Muti and Barenboim. From this moment on, he has been invited to perform as a soloist with prestigious orchestras, as well as to offer recitals in America, Europe and Asia.

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Clarin interview with Horacio Lavandera

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Official site of Horacio Lavandera

Clarin interview with Horacio Lavandera

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