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Ensamble de la Frontera 4


October 29th, 19:00 hrs. o’Clock Gallery Without Borders proudly presents this great 4 musicians of chamber music:



Originally from Sinaloa de Leyva, Sinaloa. He began his music studies in Culiacan, Sinaloa; at the Music School of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa in the career of Technical Instructor of Music in violin area. His beginnings were as a singer in the choir of the school, where he excelled as a soloist under the direction of Maestro Mario Aguilar. From there I focus their studies to Opera. A taken master classes with different teacher including: Maestro Stefano Lovato (Italy), singer Grace Echauri (Mexico) and Prof. Conchita Julian (Mexico). She has presented at various forums. A finished his career as Lic. In Music (Singer) at the University of Guanajuato in December 2011. He currently teaches at the School of Music College San Juan Siglo XXI.

Originally from Mexico City did his undergraduate studies at the National Conservatory of Music with the teacher Leonora Gonzales Ana Sobrino. He has taken courses with Master Silvia Navarrete and the Maestro Federico Osorio. He has performed at the National Arts Centre and at several venues in central and south of the Republic. He has also collaborated with the National Dance Company, National Ballet School, the National System of Musical Promotion “Carlos Chavez Youth Orchestra” and the contemporary music ensemble directing composers Armando Luna and Fernando Duran. He currently teaches at the School of Music College San Juan Siglo XXI.

Originally from the city of Pachuca, Hidalgo where he began his musical studies at the School of Fine Arts Institute Hidalgo. Later he joined the School of Music of the National Institute of Fine Arts in Mexico City, where he studied a degree in clarinet with maestro Luis Humberto Ramos. He has participated in master classes with clarinetists Joaquin Valdepeñas, Michael Collins and Joan Enric Lluna. It was part of the Typical Orchestra of Mexico City, and participated in musical theater as Man of La Mancha. It has been part of chamber music ensembles as ARGHUL clarinet quartet and wind quintet Enigma. She currently teaches at the School of Music in Matamoros Tamaulipas. and directs the Matamoros Jazz Quartet.

Originally from Mexico City, in 2001, he began his musical studies in the program of the Youth Orchestra of Mexico City. Two years later, he joined the National School of Music of the UNAM where he studied under the tutelage of Mikhail Tolpygo violists and Javier Montiel. In 2005, he joined the Symphony Orchestra of the National School of Music-UNAM as Viola Row under the direction of Sergio Cardenas. From August 2009 to June 2012, Viola was co-principal of the aforementioned orchestra. He has participated in national and international festivals such as the Conference Mexican Music Concert “Candelario Huizar” in 2010, The International Festival Tamaulipas, Santiago International Festival of Querétaro 2015, the International Summer Academy “Collegium Musicum” in its editions 2010 and 2011In Pommersfelden , Germany; and The International Youth Festival “Young Euro Classic” 2013 Orchestra in the city of Berlin, Germany. He has taken master classes Viola and Chamber Music with prominent musicians like Sergio Cardenas, Adrian Justus, Aron Bitran, Richard Markson, Noelia Gomez, Jürgen Weber, Antonio Malavé, among others. Currently, he is full-time teacher of the College of San Juan Siglo XXI in Matamoros, Tamaulipas.

The term “Chamber Music” appeared during the Baroque age. It is the term for the music of small ensembles. At first glance, chamber music involve intimate music, played and heard by a small number of people in a private room rather than a large public. For composers, chamber music is the most genuine of their musical creation. Without the bonds that involves writing by request an orchestra with the conditions that entails, composers are shown as in chamber music as it is intended, and is intended for a small group, usually friends, no aesthetic conditioning.


Melesio Morales (voz y piano) (1838-1908)

  • On the sea
  • Save this flower

Luciano Berio (voz y piano) (1925-2003)

  • 4 Canzoni Popolari
    – Dolce Cominciamento
    La donna ideale
    Avendo great DISIO

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

  • Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano in E-flatMajor,
    K. 498 Kegelstatt”.

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

  • Der Hirt auf dem Felsen D. 965
    voice, clarinet and piano

Fee $50.00 pesos (3 dollars).  A Red Wine Glass or one Soda included.