When you hear Fernando Gonzalez play the guitar, you will find the most varied styles, the most diverse eras, a multiplicity of combinations of instruments for chamber music and symphonic music, as well as a musical discovery across the globe. One feels great emotion while seeing that a simple instrument of six strings can produce infinitely diverse sensations, which range from the dense depth of the universal until the sublime lightness of virtuosity. Through his music one understands that in art - and that in all cultures – music, more than the interpret reality, plays a very important role in the refinement of the spirit.
École normale de Paris
Conservatoire de Versailles
When you hear Fernando Gonzalez play the guitar, you will find the most varied styles, the most diverse eras, a multiplicity of combinations of instruments for chamber music and symphonic music, as well as a musical discovery across the globe.
Studied music with his father, mother and grandmother, who were professional musicians.
- Facultad de Musicolog?a de la Universidad de Chile
- Facult? de Musicologie de l'Universit? Libre de Bruxelles
- Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles
- Koninklijk Muziekconservatorium van Antwerpen
Arturo Gonzalez, Alirio D?az, Nicolas Alfonso, Leo Brouwer, Victor Van Puyenbroeck
Premier prix de guitar, Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles
Premier prix de musique de chambre, Conservatoire d'Anvers
Dipl?me sup?rieur de guitare, Conservatoire d'Anvers
Laur?at du concours international "Printemps de la Guitare", Belgium
Professor of Guitar, Conservatoire d'Anvers
Professor of Guitar, Acad?mie de Waterloo, Bruxelles
SYMPHONY AND CHAMBER ORCHESTRAS, SOLIST:
Flanders Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra of the BRT, Flanders Opera Orchestra, I Fiaminghi, Bratislava Orchestra, State Philharmonic Orchestra of Slovakia, Gagginni Quartet with Jenny? Spanhoge (first violin), Orquesta Sinfonica de San Felipe (Venezuela), Orquesta Sinfonica de Margarita (Venezuela). Undici Archi Chamber Orchestra
Henry Raudales (violin), Jan Van Mol (harpsichord and organ), Rodrigue Milosi (violin), Barbara Bassez (piano),? Rigo Messens (cello), Yves Storms (guitar), Gineke de Praetere (clarinet).
Victor Van Puyenbroeck, Roland Broux and Yves Storms
France, Germany, Italy, Chilli, Peru, Venezuela, Belgium, Portugal, Sweden, Holland, Spain, Slovakia, Luxembourg.