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Profile: Pablo Sainz Villegas

Pablo Sainz Villegas

By capturing the Gold Medal at the inaugural Christopher Parkening International Guitar Competition, Pablo Sáinz Villegas has quickly established himself as one of the world’s leading classical guitarists. He has performed in over twenty countries around the world on such prestigious stages as New York’s Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall, Milan’s Sala Verdi and Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. 

Recipient of more than thirty international awards including the "Andrés Segovia" award, Mr. Sáinz Villegas has appeared as soloist with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the Canberra Symphony Orchestra, the New York Virtuosi Chamber Symphony, Orchestra I Pomerigi Musicali and Orquesta de Radio Televisión Española, among others. He has participated in renowned international festivals in Brasilia, Granada and Strassburg, and has worked with prominent composers including George Crumb, Cristóbal Halffter and Helmut Lachenmann. Mr. Sáinz Villegas has appeared with ABC (Australia), The BBC (U.K.), Radio 2 Clásica RNE and TVE (Spain), Radio France and Euroradio. 

Pablo Sáinz Villegas has recorded Luciano Berio’s monumental Sequenza XI on the Naxos label. He has also released a CD of Spanish music on the same label that features the world première recordings of Five Anecdotes by Andrés Segovia and Sonata-Fantasía by Federico Moreno-Torroba.  "Musik Heute" magazine selected this recording as "CD of the Week." Mr. Sainz Villegas’ live recording of the Concierto de Aranjuez with the Orquesta de Radio Televisión Española conducted by Adrian Leaper, was released by the RTVE label for their "Clásicos Españoles" collection.

An accomplished teacher, Mr. Sáinz Villegas has given master classes at distinguished universities such as the Royal College of Music in London and the National University of Australia. 

Engagements this season include appearances with conductor Frühbeck de Burgos with the New York Philharmonic, Israel Philharmonic, Houston Symphony and concerts at the Musikverein in Vienna, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow, and Lincoln Center in New York, among others.