Daniel Áñez, piano

About me

Colombian pianist born in Cartagena, Colombia, 1982, Daniel Áñez started his piano studies at 9 with teachers Liliana Hernández and Mauricio Villa. In 2005 he received his Musician Pianist with Honors undergraduate diploma from the Los Andes University, Bogota, where he studied with Ignacio Pacheco and Antonio Carbonell. In 2009 he finished his Master's Degree in piano performance at the University of Montreal, where he studied with Paul Stewart. He’s also a doctorate piano graduate from the University of Montreal, where he studied with Paul Stewart and Lorraine Vaillancourt. In 2009 he studied history and analysis of Latin-American music with Coriún Aharonián. In 2015 he completed an Artist Diploma from the Conservatory of Music of Montreal in the performance of the Ondes Martenot with Estelle Lemire.

He was selected for the Cycle of Concerts for Young Performers in 2002 by the Bank of the Republic of Colombia. He won the first prize in the 3rd « Maria Clara Cullell » International Piano Competition in San José, Costa Rica, in 2004. In 2005 he won an Honorary Diploma in the National Piano Competition in the Industrial University of Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia. As a concert pianist, he has played solo recitals in Colombia, Costa Rica, Uruguay, Argentina and Canada.

Daniel Áñez specializes in contemporary repertoire. He is part of « Ensamble CG » in Bogota, as well as Wapiti Ensemble and Paramirabo Ensemble in Montreal. He is a co-organizer of the concert series No Hay Banda. He's part of the editorial committee of the contemporary music magazine Revue Circuit .

Next Concerts

Date City Place Description
August 27-28 2022 Montreal, Canada Théâtre Rouge du Conservatoire Ensemble Paramirabo : Opér'actuel - 7th edition. In collaboration with Chants Libres. Works by Devaux ; Plessis, Straffelini and Bucionis
September 4 2022 Montreal, Canada Parc François-Perrault, St-Michel Ensemble Paramirabo : Soundwalk II performed with the women from the residence Brin d'Elles. New works by Alexandra Fol
September 25 2022 Hannover, Germany Sprengel Museum Hannover Ensemble Paramirabo : Zeitlupe. Works by Filidei, Lizée, O'Callaghan
September 28, 29 and October 1 2022 Berlin, Germany Internationales Kultur Centrum ufaFabrik - Viktoriastr. 10-18, 12105 Musique 3 Femmes : Inconnu. New operas by Anna Pidgorda and Laurence Jobidon
October 5 2022 Rimouski, Québec No Hay Banda: Tournée Québec Musiques Paralleles. Works by Young
October 7 2022 Matapédia, Québec No Hay Banda: Tournée Québec Musiques Paralleles. Works by Young
October 8 2022 Québec, Québec No Hay Banda: Tournée Québec Musiques Paralleles. Works by Young
October 12 2022 Montréal, Québec La Salla Rossa : 4848 St-Laurent No Hay Banda: Tournée Québec Musiques Paralleles. Works by Young
October 16 2022 Montréal, Québec Multimedia Hall, McGill University, 527 Sherbrooke west Ensemble Paramirabo: VivierMix. Works by Alla Zagaykevych
October 21 2022 Montréal, Québec Bar l'Hémisphère Gauche Solo modular synth performance
October 31 2022 Montréal, Québec La Salla Rossa : 4848 St-Laurent No Hay Banda : Sideshow tour. Work by Steven Takasugi
November 2, 3 2022 Toronto, Canada The Array Space, 155 Walnut Ave. No Hay Banda : Sideshow tour. Work by Steven Takasugi
November 5 2022 Victoria, Canada Phillip T. Young Recital Hall, University of Victoria, MacLaurin Building, B-Wing No Hay Banda : Sideshow tour. Work by Steven Takasugi
November 8 2022 Vancouver, Canada THE ROUNDHOUSE, 181 Roundhouse Mews No Hay Banda : Sideshow tour. Part of Music on Main’s Modulus Festival. Work by Steven Takasugi
November 17 2022 Montréal, Canada Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur, 100 Sherbrooke est Ondes martenot and piano recital, with Estelle Lemire. Works by Patch, Lesage, Lemire, Arcuri
November 18 2022 Montréal, Canada Salle de Concerts du Conservatoire, 4750 Henri-Julien Ensemble Paramirabo: Vortex Temporum 7 x 7. Works by Grisey, Czernowin and Ricketts

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