Ana Fau, Dean of the piano faculty
Concert pianist, Accompanist, Master in Music
Born in Buenos Aires. At age 17 began recordings for Radio Municipal and Radio Nacional, and to give concerts in the capital, debuting as a soloist in the Hall Enrique Muiño of the General San Martín Cultural Center.
Shortly after, the University of Rochester grants a scholarship to her to attend the Eastman School of Music, Rochester NY, after which he moves to Moscow where he is accepted in the Russian Academy of Music after Gnessins and later in the Conservatory Rimsky Korsakov of Saint Petersburg , Russia, where he graduated in 2000 from the class of Professor Vladimir Shakin, with a Masters Diploma in Pianística Execution.
As a concert performer she has performed in Italy, at the Velia Festival in Terni and Sicily, at the Teatro Ateneo in Madrid, in various castles in Germany in Dresden and Hamburg. She has been invited to the Grieg Festival in Norway, celebrating the 200th anniversary of the composer's birth, playing in the auditorium of the Grieg Museum in Troldhaugen, the Kabuso Cultural Center and the University of Stavanger.
In the United States, University of Chicago, University of Chicago, Columbia College of Chicago has been presented at the Cultural Center of Chicago. She performed with the National Symphonic Orchestra of Honduras, the String Orchestra of the Instituto Cervantes, the Symphony Orchestra of Northwestern University, as well as in the chamber music series of the Pan American Symphony Orchestra of Washington DC, sponsored by the Embassy of Argentina.
In Russia she gave recitals at the Piskov Palace, the National Geographic Hall of St. Petersburg, the Shalyapin Museum and the House of Friendship of Nations of Moscow, hosted by the Argentine Embassy in Moscow.
Since 2006 she has been a programming consultant and pianist in the residence of classical Chicago radio, recording audio documentaries on classical Latin American music and airing works by Argentine composers such as Ginastera, Cristian Axt and Works by Spanish composers such as Joaquín Turina.
In 2010, she produced by radio the Chopin Festival, in commemoration of the 200 anniversary of his birth, programming and playing his works. Shortly thereafter, she is invited by the Chopin Society of Corpus Christi to give recitals in Texas, where she was aired on the radio in that city. Ana has recorded for Radio Amadeus of Buenos Aires, the National Radio of the State of Russia, channel 4 of the RAI of Italy and has given interviews for the channel Univision of Chicago.'
For 7 years she was a piano teacher at Merit School of Music in Chicago, where her students won gold and silver medals in the contests "for young pianists" organized by the Association of Music Teachers of the city.
Ana has recently moved to Buenos Aires, where she is a pianist and teacher.
In 2017 she founded Music Baires Academy where children and adults get the professional music education.
Javier Martinez — profesor de canto lirico
Nació en la Provincia de Buenos Aires el 28 de Octubre de 1987.
Estudio 2 años en el Conservatorio “Alberto Ginastera” en la carrera de Canto. Se perfeccionó con Araceli Grosso, Ricardo Ortale, Luis Gaeta y Jorge Balagna (Canto). Se perfeccionó con Susana Cardonnet , Rozita Zozulia y Sergio Giai (Repertorio). Y en Teatro con Klaus Liebig Oesterreich.
Actualmente con Elisabeth Canis en Canto y con Juan Pablo Scafidi en Repertorio, en el Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón.
En el año 2009, junto al Maestro Cesar Tello, interpreto los roles de Frati (Don Carlo) y Guglielmo (Cosi fan tutte), en las salas: Palacio González Balcarce y La Manufactura Papelera
En el año 2009/2010, para la Ópera Estudio de la Municipalidad de Vicente López, a cargo del Maestro Oscar Castro en el Teatro York, interpretó los roles de Colas (Bastien y Bastiana), Eneas (Dido y Eneas), Fígaro (Las Bodas de Fígaro) y Papageno (La Flauta Mágica).
En el año 2010/2011, para la Ópera Joven del Oeste, a cargo del Maestro Lionel Fischer, interpretó a Papageno (La Flauta Mágica), Guglielmo (Cosi fan tutte), Enrico (Lucia di Lammermoor) y Marco (Gianni Schicchi), en diversas salas como: Asociación Japonesa de Buenos Aires, Casal de Catalunya, Sociedad Italiana de Morón, Centro Cultural Leopoldo Marechal, Teatro Centro Cultural de Hurlingham, Dante Alighieri, La Casa de la Ópera y Teatro Konex.
En el año 2012, participó de una Gala Lirica en la Usina del Arte a cargo de Juventus Lyrica dirigida por el Maestro Antonio Maria Russo.
En el año 2012/2013, para Juventus Lyrica formo parte del elenco como Masetto (Don Giovanni) y Papageno (La Flauta Mágica) dirigido por el Maestro Hernán Schvarztman, y Fiorello (Barbero de Sevilla) dirigido por el Maestro Hernán Sánchez Arteaga, en el Teatro Avenida de Buenos Aires.