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Jesús Fernández

Leticia Moreno and Suzuki Method.

January 13, 2012 at 12:49 PM

Leticia Moreno, an example of great results of Suzuki Method.

She started her music education at the early age of 3 in both violin and piano with the Suzuki Method offering her first recitals at the age of 5. In 1996 she studied six years with Zakhar Bron at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía and in Germany at Köln Musikhochschule.

Winner of five international competitions: The Henryk Szeryng Competition (2000), Concertino Praga (2000) Novosibirsk (2001) Sarasate (2001) ,and the Kreisler Competition, She has received numerous national and international awards, among them the Emily Anderson Prize 2005 of the Royal Philharmonic Society and a Martin Musical Scholarship from the Philharmonia Orchestra and the Ibla Grand Prize 2008 after which being offered a concert tour around the world performing in major halls

This is an interview (sorry, in Spanish)
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