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David Antiguedad


Is a guitarist born in Salamanca (Spain). He completed his musical studies in Salamanca, Zaragoza (Spain) Maastricht (Netherlands) and Weimar (Germany) with guitarists Marcos Martín, Hugo Geller, Dimitri van Halderen, Carlo Marchione, Pedro Mateo González, Àlex Garrobé, Ricardo Gallén and the flutist Anna Garzuly.

Between 2017 and 2019 he toured Spain as Jeunesses Musicales and AIE artist, playing more than 30 concerts in as many cities. During his studies in Weimar he was granted the Deutschlandstipendium, Studienabschlussförderung, PROMOS and "Yehudy Menuhin" Live Music Now scholarships. Since 2019 he is Assistant Professor at the Conservatorio Superior de las Islas Baleares (Palma de Mallorca), where he teaches a number of guitar-related subjects. He has recorded for the National Radios of Hungary and Spain.

Over the years he has won prizes such as the 1st Prize in the International Competition José Tomás-Villa de Petrer or the 1st Prize in the 85th edition of the Juventudes Musicales de España Competition. He has taken part as performer and teacher in festivals and courses such as José Tomás-Villa de Petrer Guitar Festival, Arte Entre Gigantes, Arroyo de la Luz (Spain), Altalena Music Festival (Hungary), Festival de Europeo de Jóvenes Solistas (Venezuela) or the Semana de la Cultura Española (Cuba).

Internationally, he has played solo and chamber music recitals in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Slovenia, Hungary, Venezuela and Cuba in important venues such as the Fundación Juan March (Madrid), Auditorio Miguel Delibes (Valladolid), Jenaer Philharmonie (Jena) or the Simon Bolívar Hall (Caracas). He has performed with orchestras such as the Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, the Jenaer Philharmonie and the Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar de Venezuela and has worked under conductors such as Josep Pons, Simon Gaudenz, Pedro Chamorro, Pablo Castellanos and Leo Brouwer.

His passion for chamber music has led him to form the Balog-Antigüedad Duo with the Hungarian flutist and Altalena artist Gabriella Balog. He is also a member of the Weimar Guitar Quartet.

Apart from classical music, he plays the electric guitar in different genres and he is interested in a variety of styles such as rock, jazz, blues, flamenco and fusion. He is a member of the gypsy jazz quintet Swing States. His passion for art and music makes him a curious and active performer who tries to transcend the imaginative barriers between different music styles.

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