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Ana de la Vega
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Sydney University, Paris Conservatory
CD of the week: Classic FM, BBC Scotland, NDR, Netherlands Classic FM, SR Deutschland. 10 Albums of 2018 on Classic FM Apple Music A-List (mehrfach Nennung) High-Res Audio Editors Choice Founder "London International Players"
Debút album nominated for Opus Klassik
Short bio
Australian flutist Ana de la Vega has recently leapt onto the international classical music scene, attracting critical acclaim for her 'crystal-clear' and 'velvety tone' (NDR Kultur), 'superior, masterful technique' (Fono Forum), 'feathery-light playing' (Der Spiegel), and 'unobtrusive virtuosity' (Pizzicato). Her debut recording, released in June 2018 on the Pentatone label and featuring Mozart and Mysliveček flute concertos with the English Chamber Orchestra, was selected as No. 3 of Classic FM's ‘Best Albums of 2018’, reaching No. 1 on Amazon's Classical Best Sellers list (Germany), NDR Kultur CD of the week, BBC Scotland CD of the week, and Classic FM Netherlands CD of the week.
Born to Argentinian and British parents, Ana grew up on a farm in New South Wales, Australia, as the third of four sisters. She studied flute at the University of Sydney before going on to study at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris under the tutelage of Raymond Guiot and Catherine Cantin, drawing inspiration from the famed French school of flute playing.
Recent and forthcoming performance highlights include concerts with the Deutsche Kammerorchester Berlin, English Chamber Orchestra, Prague Royal Philharmonic, Bremen Philharmonic, Bayerische Kammerphilharmonie, Lucerne Festival Strings, Bochum Symphoniker, Dresden Staatskapelle Solisten, Sinfonia Rotterdam and Trondheim Soloists, as well as debut appearances at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, London Wigmore Hall, Hamburg Elbphilharmonie, Berlin Philharmonie, London Cadogan Hall, Essen Philharmonie and Munich Philharmonie Gasteig.
Ana’s second Pentatone album of rare concertos for flute and oboe by Haydn and Stamitz, recorded with oboist Ramón Ortega Quero and the Trondheim Soloists, was released in January 2020.

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