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Andrey Lebedev and Bartosz Glowacki discuss Mexican tour
Anglo Arts presented the City Music Foundation artists Andrey Lebedev (guitar) and Bartosz Glowacki (accordionn), for a four-date concert tour in Mexico as part of the 47th International Cervantino Festival. They played concerts in Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico City and Tlaxcala.Uploaded Dec 03, 2019
ISPA awards Susan Chapman, M.B.E., with the Angel Award
The International Society for Performing Arts (ISPA) awarded Susan Chapman with the Angel Award 2019 for her significant and lasting contribution to the support of the performing arts, transcending the boundaries of one country.Uploaded Jul 16, 2019
Abner Jairo Ortiz García – Bach: Courante from Cello Suite No. 4 in E flat major
Abner Jairo Ortiz García – Bach: Courante from Cello Suite No. 4 in E flat majorUploaded Jun 21, 2019
- Anglo Arts City Music Foundation Scholarship - promo video 2018 Uploaded Jun 20, 2019
Testimonial XVI Shakespeare Competition
The winners of the XVI Shakespeare Competition, Jimena Reyes and Jerónimo Guzman,talk about their experience at the British American Drama Academy's Midsummer Conservatory Programme.Uploaded Jun 19, 2019
Abner Jairo Ortiz García – 2nd Anglo Arts CMF Mexican International Scholar
After winning First Prize at the 2014 National Cello Competition of Mexico and in April 2018, Jairo was chosen to be the second City Music Foundation Mexican International Scholar, a scheme run in partnership with Anglo Arts (part of The Anglo Mexican Foundation). Supported by both organisations, he made his London debut in June 2018.Uploaded Mar 11, 2019
His international experience includes performances at Young Euro Classic Festival (Berlin), Accademia Musicale Chigiana (Siena), Santa Catarina Music Festival (Brazil), TCU Cellofest (Texas), Piatigorsky International Cello Festival (Los Angeles), and SphinxConnect (Detroit).
In August 2015, Jairo received the National Youth Award, the highest distinction offered by the Mexican Government to young Mexicans. The award was given in recognition of his accomplishments as a cellist and for his work as Artistic Director of the Youth Symphony Orchestra "Silvestre Revueltas".
Born in Morelia (Mexico), Jairo began his playing career with the Children's Symphony Orchestra of Mexico and the National Youth Symphony Orchestra. After attending the University of Michoacán, Jairo was awarded a full scholarship to study at Duquesne University (Pittsburgh, USA). He is currently completing a Master of Performance programme under the tutelage of Adam Liu (Assistant Principal Cellist of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra).
City Music Foundation recognises the importance of international experience in the development of young artists’ careers and are proud of the status of London in the musical world. The International Artist Programme, sponsored by Anglo Arts (part of The Anglo Mexican Foundation), gives CMF the chance to extend these opportunities and networks to a musician from outside Europe.