Ezequiel Diz: Spanish composer, born on November 22nd, 1977 in Rosario. From an early age, he began his musical studies as a self-taught. Soon afterwards, he would continue his studies at the Music School in the National University of Rosario, from which he would graduate in 2007.
He also took private harmony and composition lessons with acknowledged teachers from Rosario and Buenos Aires, among whom Gabriel Data and Jorge Fontenla would be of great importance in his education.
His artistic production is closely related to classical music and tango, a production in which he develops a deep musical analysis of the latter that enriches his own novel aesthetic.
In the year 2002, after an international contest where he presented his tango-fugue “Fragor Urbano”, the Gerb Stark Musikverlag Leipzig Editorial from Germany began editing his works. In the same way, the Haus Der Musik, Uwe Henze, Spaeth /Schmid Editorials, all of them German, included his productions in their catalog. Since then, his works have been known and performed in several countries, such as Austria, the United States, Spain, Italy, Germany, Honduras, Israel, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Brazil and Ecuador.
Among the most distinguished orchestras and chambers that have performed his works we could mention Euskal Herriko Gazte Orkestra (Basque Country), Artentfaltung chamber orchestra (Germany), Cottbusser Streichquartett (Germany), Orquesta Sinfónica Provincial de Rosario (Argentina), Orquesta de Cámara Municipal de Rosario (Argentina), Distango quintet (France), Image Ensemble (Spain), Nexeduet marimba duet (Spain), Sociedad de los Cinco Vientos, Quinteto Municipal de Vientos (Rosario, Argentina), Rivas-González duet (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Scampino-Leo duet (Rosario, Argentina), Mozzoni-Leo duet (Rosario, Argentina), Numen string quartet (Córboba, Argentina), Musagetes wind instrument quintet (Berlin), Viento en Popa quintet (Buenos Aires, Argentina), and Raspo-Borzone duet -violin and marimba- (Córdoba, Argentina).
With regards to discography, he edited “Desde la Frontera” completely constituted by works of his authorship. Likewise, the record “Música en la Universidad” edited by National University of Rosario includes his pieces “Tango” for piano solo and “Fantasía Concertante” for flute and piano.
His orchestral piece “Introducción y Tango” has been scheduled for the “Official Gala for the Bicentenary”, May 25th 2010, organized by the Government of Santa Fe Province and the Municipality of Rosario.
Apart form having received praise from the specialized media and colleagues, his music has earned him numerous awards: 1st prize at San Cristóbal “Mozarteum” Musical Review (Argentina, 2000), a mention at the International Composition Contest “Ópera Latinoamericana” (Germany, 2002), a mention at the International Composition Contest “Virtú Marango” (Argentina, 2005), a mention at the International Composition Contest “30 años venciendo la muerte” (Argentina, 2007).
Compositor Tango de Cámara
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