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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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De Amigo, Diego 

Diego de Amigo
 
 

 

Biography

He was born in Bilbao in 1993. He began studying music theory and violin at the age of 10, beginning to compose at 14. He obtained the degree of Professional violin degree at the Juan Crisostomo conservatory in Bilbao with honors in the subjects violin, chamber music, being his teachers Miren Bustamante and Enrique Campos, and fundamentals of composition, being his teacher Olatz Ayastuy; as well as high marks in complementary piano with José Antonio Latorre and orchestra with Maite Aurrekoetxea. He has also studied baroque violin with professors Enrique Campos and Pedro Gandía.

With 17 years he obtained an honorable mention in the Young Musicians of Euskadi competition in the composition modality (2011), and in the following year (2012), the first prize in the same competition. In 2015 he received an honorable mention in the The Matan Givol International Composers Competition.

He has studied composition at the Conservatory of Music of the Basque Country, Musikene, with Gabriel Erkoreka, Ramón Lazkano, Zuriñe F. Gerenabarrena and Stefano Scarani among others. He has also received classes from the composer Jesús Rueda. He has attended masters and courses taught by composers Hector Parra, Rebecca Saunders, Gerard Pesson, Helmut Lachenmann, Dimitri Kourliandsky, Jesús Torres and Philippe Manoury, Benet Casablancas and José Manuel López López among others.

In 2021, he won the composition competition organized by the Enigma ensemble, in Spain, and the composition competition organized by the PluralEnsemble.

 

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