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Agustin Muriago

Agustin Muriago is a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate in piano performance at The Hartt School in Connecticut, where he is the recipient of a music talent scholarship, studying under the guidance of Luiz de Moura Castro.

He has performed in both solo and chamber music recitals throughout Argentina, the United States, and Spain. He recently took part in the Gijon International Piano Festival, thanks to a scholarship from the Spanish American Music Council.

In 2013 he graduated from New York University with a Master of Music degree in piano performance as a student of Dr. José Ramón Méndez. Mr. Muriago has also served as adjunct piano faculty at New York University.

Agustin Muriago holds degrees from Rowan University in New Jersey (Bachelor of Music in Piano performance, summa cum laude), the “Manuel de Falla” Conservatory of music in Buenos Aires (Piano Pedagogy and Performance degree), and from the Catholic University of Argentina (Bachelor of Music in Composition). He studied piano with Veda Zuponcic, Marcela Fiorillo and Aldo Antognazzi.

He continued his studies in the US after winning the Teachers del Norte – Pianists del Sur auditions organized by Argentinean pianist and Juilliard School faculty member Mirian Conti. This competition earned him the possibility of taking lessons with Dr. Douglas Humpherys at the Eastman School of Music, as well as giving recitals at New York’s Steinway Hall among other venues.

Mr. Muriago has played in Masterclasses and private lessons for Seymour Bernstein, Lilya Zilberstein, Peter Takács, Solomon Mikowsky, Julian Martin, and Robert McDonald.

He has performed in numerous concert halls in Argentina and abroad, Steinway Hall and Tenri Cultural Institute in New York City; Opera Theatre and Amijai Temple in Buenos Aires; and at the Conservatory of Music in Oviedo, Spain, among others.

Highlights for the 2013-2014 season include his first Doctoral recital at The Hartt School, as well as concert engagements in Boston, New York and Buenos Aires.