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Alex del Valle

Alex del Valle was born in 1978, in Oxford, England. In 1998 started his guitar studies under the direction of Mexican guitarist and composer Gerardo Tamez. That same year, he entered to the National School of Music of UNAM, starting his music theory studies. In 2000, he continued his guitar career with Maestro Antonio Lopez. He has been in Master Classes with guitarists such as John Williams, Pavel Steidl, Manuel Lopez Ramos, Wolfgang Lendle, Judicael Perroy, Roland Dyens and Antonio Lopez. Listen to Alex's mp3

During his career, he has approved his 3 music diplomas by the Board of Royal Schools of Music with merit and distinction, at Washington DC and Boston USA.

He has offered recitals at the Centro Cultural Helénico, University Cultural Center, Hacienda de San Agustín, Foro Cultural Coyoacanense, Universidad del Pedregal, Universidad Panamericana, Foro José Solé, conventions in Acapulco, Cuernavaca and Mexico City. He has also played several concerts in USA, at Boston´s “Tsái Performance Center of Boston University” were he was invited by pianist Winnie Ip, with an orchestra directed by Shundo Ishi, “The Artspace Gallery” in Richmond, “Art in the Park,” at Stauton, and Mount Jackson, Virginia. Also, he has performed at the “Lorna Sundberg International Center” of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, “The Prizery” at South Boston, and Santiago, Chile, among others.

“outstanding performance, full of style and musical character.”
Christopher Liddle, Royal College of Music.

“delightful and communicative performance, full of sense, style and musicality”.
Stephen Ellis, composer and pianist, Royal College of Music.

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Mexican music, like Mexican art, has a rich and varied history. ... Every December,
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  • Colegio de San Ildefonso
    A very fine group of buildings devoted to temporary exhibitions. 16 Justo Sierra St., North of the
    Zocalo square.
  • Culhuacan Old Monastery
    One of the very rare examples of XVI Century architecture and fresco paintings. 10 Morelos St., (between Taxqueña y Tlahuac Ave.)
  • Guadalupe Shrine Museum
    Paintings, catholic art and --of course-- Guadalupe images from various centuries. Just beside de old temple.
  • National Viceroyal Museum
    One of the largest and finest collections of mexican art from XVI to XIX Centuries at the extraordinary Tepozotlan Jesuit Monastery. 99 Hidalgo Square, Tepozotlán, Edo. de México. (30 km North-west Mexico City)
  • Cathedral Museum
    There you will find portraits of bishops and catholic Art. Just beside the Cathedral building (due to restoration it is closed). Zocalo square, Zocalo.
  • San Carlos Museum
    Located in the severe and elegant palace of the Count of Buenavista design at the end of the XVIII Century. There you will find paintings and sculptures that used to belong to the National Academy of Fine Arts. 50 Puente de Alvarado Ave., Col. Tabacalera.
  • Franz Mayer Museum
    A XVI Century building was restorated and adapted to contain the vast and valuable art collection from America, Asia and Europe of the german business-man Franz Mayer. After its classification, the collection serves as Applied Arts Museum. It also has a private library, conference room, cafeteria and organizes temporary exhibitions during the year. 45 Hidalgo Ave.,
  • National Art Museum
    The impressive building from the turn of the XX Century has within its walls a large collection of mexican art: viceroyal, XIX and XX Centuries. It has important works of art an organizes temporary exhibitions. 8 Tacuba St., Historic Centre.
  • National History Museum (temporarily closed for restoration)
    It is located at the Chapultepec Castle (an XVIII C. proyect and XIX C. building). A historical place by itself and a magnificent view of the city.
    Chapultepec Hill, Reforma Avenue.
  • Carmelitan Museum
    Part of the XVIII Century monastery is an ideal place for a viceroyal art collection and an exhibition of New Spain daily life within an excellent museography. No.6 Revolución Ave.,
    San Angel.
  • Iturbide Palace
    Architect Francisco Guerrero y Torres built this mansion for the Counts of San Mateo de Valparaíso. It is one of the finest XVIII Century mexican architecture example. Short term art exhibits. 44 Isabel la Católica St,
    Historic Centre.
  • Viceroyal Painting Gallery
    Within the walls of a noble monastery there are many examples of spanish and mexican painters works. 7 Doctor Mora St.
    Alameda area.
  • La Vitrina | Performing Arts | Salon Mexico
    A monthly showcase for Mexican art, culture and current issues. ... Argentina-born
    Liliana Felipe resides in Mexico City, and is a composer, singer

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