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Aldo Abreu

Aldo Abreu is a distinguished Venezuelan recorder player who is the First Prize Winner of the 1992 "Concert Artists Guild Competition" (New York), as well as a laureate of the "Concours Musica Antiqua" (Belgium) and the "Premio Flauto Dolce" (Germany).

Born in Caracas, capital of Venezuela, Abreu holds the Performers and Teachers Diplomas from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, and a Master's degree from Indiana University in Bloomington. His teachers have included Ricardo Kanji, Michael Barker, and Scott Martin Kosofsky. Abreu is a member of the faculties of the New England Conservatory, the Boston Conservatory, and the Amherst Early ...

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