Biography of Angulo Eduardo:
Eduardo Angulo (b.1954) Eduardo Angulo was born in 1954 in Puebla, Mexico into a musical family. At the age of five he began piano lessons with his mother. At the age of seven he was accepted to the National Conservatory of Music in Mexico City, graduating with honours in 1973. Continuing his post-graduate studies in violin and composition at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, he received that institution's Award of Excellence upon graduation in 1975. Angulo subsequently began a concert career as a violin and piano soloist, performing throughout Europe, the United States and Mexico. Angulo's major works, including "Suite Mexicana" (for string orchestra), "Die Vogel" (for guitar and string quartet) and two sonatas for guitar, have been performed in the major musical capitals of the world. He has also composed concerti for violin, harp, flute and guitar. In 1996 he received an Honorable Mention at the Alberto Ginastera International Competition for Composition in Buenos Aires for his "Two Prayers for Guitar and Orchestra". Currently Eduardo Angulo resides in Mexico City where he continues to compose symphonic, chamber and choral music.