Luis Orlandini was born in Santiago of Chile, studied at the School of Arts of Universidad de Chile with Professor Ernesto Quezada and later on received a scholarship from the German Government to study with Eliot Fisk at the Upper School of Music in Cologne, Germany. He also took a course at Mozarteum of Salzburgo, Austria. At the present time, besides his career of Concert Guitar Player, he is a Professor at the School of Arts of Universidad de Chile and Professor at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
In 1989, he received First Award at the International Contest of Music in München, Germany. Since then, he has been performing in well known Concert Halls in Berlin (Philharmonic), Cologne, Rome, Venice (La Fenice Theater), Paris, Madrid (Centro de Artes Reina Sofía), Rotterdam (De Doelen), Danzig, München (Herkules Saal), Geneva, Moscow (Tchaikowsky Conservatory), Tokyo, Houston, London (Wigmore May, Purcell Room, St. Martin in the Fields), La Habana (Teatro Amadeo Roldan), Montevideo, Buenos Aires (Teatro Colon), Lima, etc. Likewise with orchestras in Chile, Peru, Argentina, Uruguay, Ecuador, Venezuela, Cuba, Poland, Check Republic, Germany, Italy and Spain with Directors such as Klaus Arp, Adrian Leaper, David Del Pino Klinge, Maximiano Valdes, Juan Pablo Izquierdo, etc ... Read more