Alejandra Poggio Lagares

Alejandra Poggio Lagares

Departamento: Cuerda-Arco
Especialidad: Viola
Email: alepoggio@hotmail.com

Alejandra Poggio LagaresEstudia violín con Manuel Guillén y Serguei Fatkouline y viola con Thuan Do Ming y José Manuel Román, graduándose en ambos instrumentos con la máxima puntuación.

Gana por concurso una plaza para realizar estudios de solista en la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía con el maestro Gérard Caussé y posteriormente una plaza en la Universidad de Viena con el violista del cuarteto Alban Berg Thomas Kakuska.

En música de cámara se forma con los maestros Antonello Farulli y Piero Farulli (Cuarteto Italiano), Hatto Beyerle, Walter Levine ( Lasalle Quartett), András Keller (Keller Quartett), Johaness Meissl ( Vienna Artis Quartett) y Ferenc Rados.

Ha ofrecido recitales de viola en España y Canadá y como cuartetista multitud de conciertos en Viena y en salas españolas como el Auditorio Nacional y La Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando entre otras, una grabación para RNE y el segundo premio en el Concurso Internacional de Cámara “Mirabent Magrans” en 2009.

Ha participado en el International Music Festival Wien –Prag-Budapest 2009, en el Festival de Lanaudiere (Canadá) y en el festival de Música de Cámara Pierre Montaux de Estados Unidos.

Durante  tres  años  ha  sido  solista  de  la  Sinfonietta  Baden  en  Viena  y  ha grabado para la Radio Nacional Polaca . Ha sido invitada como viola solista de la Orchestre de la Francophonie Canadienne, Haydn Ensemble Wien y Salieri Ensemble Wien ofreciendo giras y conciertos por Austria, Bélgica, Alemania, Holanda, China, Canadá y México. Actualmente es asidua colaboradora de la Orquesta Ciudad de Granada.

Desde 2005 es profesora de viola del Conservatorio Superior de Granada y  es invitada a dar clases magistrales y cursos en la Universidad de Viena, en Turquía, Lituania y Canadá.

Born in a musical family receives from her parents the first musical training and cultural baggage that accompanied throughout her career.
Studied violin with Manuel Guillén and Sergei Fatkouline as well as viola with Thuan Do Ming and Jose Manuel Román, graduating in both instruments with the highest mark.

In 1999 she wins by contest a place at the Reina Sofía Superior School of Music, where she will stay two years making intensive soloist studies under the tutelage of the renowned violist Gérard Caussé. In 2001 she moves to Vienna to continue her studies during four years in the Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst with Thomas Kakuska.

Throughout the years Alejandra has gathered a quantity of knowledge and advices from many prominent Musicians what gives her a precious asset as a pedagogue. She completed her large training receiving violin and viola Master Classes from Felix Ayo, Vartan Manoogian, David Zafer, Gerárd Claret, Hatto Beyerle, Sergei Kalinine and Paul Neubauer as well as she attended seminars with Maxime Vengerov, Vádim Repin, Tabea Zimmermann, Wolfram Christ, Menahem Pressler, Reiner Schmidt, Natalia Gutmann, and Bernard Greenhouse.

In Chamber music she has got an intensive formation with Antonello Farulli and Johannes Meissl. Other chamber music mentors include Piero Farulli (Italian Quartet), Walter Levine (Lasalle Quartet), András Keller (Keller Quartet), Hatto Beyerle and Ferenc Rados.
Her active career as chamber musician includes viola recitals in Spain and Canada, Concerts with quartet in Spanish halls as the National Auditorium and the San Fernando Academy of fine Arts among others, as well as a recording for the RNE Spanish Radio and a second prize in the Chamber music competition Mirabent Magrans 2009.
She has also participated in the Music Festival Wien-Prag-Budapest, in the Lanaudiere Sommer Music Festival of Canada and in the Ensemble Music festival Pierre Montaux in EEUU.

Her orchestral training was developed as soloist of the Sinfonietta Baden during three years, specially remarkable was the live recording for the National Radio Polish in Warsaw. She has been also invited as solo viola of the Orchestre de la Francophonie Canadienne, as well as the Haydn Ensemble Wien among many others, offering tours and concerts in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Holland, China, Canada and México.
Currently she is regularly invited to play with the City Orchestra of Granada.

Since 2005 develops an important Pedagogic work in the Superior Conservatory of Music in Granada, Spain. Her pedagogic skills are recognized and very well appreciated. She gives regularly viola Master courses in Spain as well as she is regularly invited to teach in Vienna University of Music, in Canada, Lithuania and Turkey.

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