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Employment History

Full Time Professor of Recorder and Chamber Music

Escuela Nacional de Música


Full Time Professor of Recorder and Chamber Music

Escuela Nacional de Músicaof


Amherst Early Music Inc


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Instrumentalist

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María Díez-Canedo
María Díez-Canedo, Baroque flute María Díez-Canedo María Díez-Canedo graduated from the Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA, in 1986 with an award for "excellence in performance. Ms. Díez-Canedo has performed as a soloist with several orquestras of Mexico and Italian Baroque orquestra Risonanze. She has been invited to colaborate in concerts with La Compañía Musical de las Américas, directed by Joseph Cabré, La Real Cámara and El Concierto Español of Emilio Moreno, The London Consort directed by Philipp Pickett and the Old Post Road Musicians in the Boston area with whom she recorded the CD Galant with an attitude, with music from Catalonian composers Joan & Josep Pla for Meridian Records (CD of the month in Regensburg, Germany, and 5 stars in BBC Magazine, 2000). María Díez-Canedo is a full time professor of recorder and chamber music at the Escuela Nacional de Música of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, from where she was awarded in 1995 the "University Distinction for Young Profesors" in arts and culture. She is currently doing a Doctorate program in Music. Her publications include "De Did'lls turus y tekes... on flute articulation", Boletín 59, ENM, and "La flauta travesera en las dos orillas. Una Sonata de Luis Misón en México" in Cuadernos de Música Iberoamericana, ICCMU, 2007. María Díez-Canedo is a top-notch Baroque flutist and recorder player who is unafraid to add a gutsy Spanish touch to the recorder's sonic vocabulary in Santiago de Murcia's vigorous dance pieces.


Amherst Early Music

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María Díez-Canedo*
María Díez-Canedo* María Díez-Canedo graduated from the Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA, in 1986 with an award for "excellence in performance." Ms. Díez-Canedo has performed as a soloist with several orquestras of Mexico and Italian Baroque orquestra Risonanze. She has been invited to colaborate in concerts with La Compañía Musical de las Américas, directed by Joseph Cabré, La Real Cámara and El Concierto Español, directed by Emilio Moreno, and the Old Post Road Musicians in the Boston area with whom she recorded the CD Galant with an attitude, with music from Catalonian composers Joan & Josep Pla for Meridian Records (CD of the month in Regensburg, Germany, and 5 stars in BBC Magazine, 2000). María Díez-Canedo is a full time professor of recorder and chamber music at the Escuela Nacional de Música of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, from where she was awarded in 1995 the "University Distinction for Young Profesors" in arts and culture. María Díez-Canedo graduated from the Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA, in 1986 with an award for "excellence in performance." Ms. Díez-Canedo has performed as a soloist with several orquestras of Mexico and Italian Baroque orquestra Risonanze. She has been invited to colaborate in concerts with La Compañía Musical de las Américas, directed by Joseph Cabré, La Real Cámara and El Concierto Español, directed by Emilio Moreno, and the Old Post Road Musicians in the Boston area with whom she recorded the CD Galant with an attitude, with music from Catalonian composers Joan & Josep Pla for Meridian Records (CD of the month in Regensburg, Germany, and 5 stars in BBC Magazine, 2000). María Díez-Canedo is a full time professor of recorder and chamber music at the Escuela Nacional de Música of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, from where she was awarded in 1995 the "University Distinction for Young Profesors" in arts and culture. Na'ama Lion has performed solo and chamber music recitals in Israel, Europe and the United States. She has performed with several orchestras and ensembles, including the Handel and Haydn Society Orchestra, Boston Baroque, and Sequentia, an ensemble for medieval music.


Instrumentalist

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María Díez-Canedo, Baroque flute
María Díez-Canedo is a native of Mexico City. She graduated from the Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA, in 1986 with an award for ''excellence in performance.'' She was awarded first prize in the Boston Premier Ensemble 1985 Annual Competition. In 1987 she attended postgraduate studies at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague, Holland, with Ricardo Kanji, and studied flute with Marten Root in Amsterdam. She has participated in master classes by Jeannette van Wingerden, Jed Wentz, Marion Verbruggen and Pedro Memelsdorf, among others. Ms. Díez-Canedo is a founding member of the ensemble La Fontegara with whom she has performed extensively throughout Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Spain, Germany and the United States. Ms. Díez-Canedo has recorded with La Fontegara several CDs, Sonatas NovohispanasI and II, with instrumental 18 c. music from Mexican archives, Resonancia: barroco y galant, (URTEXT Digital Classics), and the award winning recording Galant with an Attitudefor Meridian Records. María Díez-Canedo is also a full time professor of recorder and chamber music at the Escuela Nacional de Músicaof the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.


Amherst Early Music Festival 2003 Faculty Biographies

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