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Alejandro Vela is recognized as a Mexican pianist of international stature. His recent performances around the world have taken him to major stages in the capitals of Finland, Italy, France, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, Germany, Ukraine, and on tours of Malaysia, Taiwan, and Japan.

Originally from Piedras Negras, Coahuila. He began his musical career at a young age, guided by his mother, Hortensia Vela Mante, and Robert Avalon. His dedication and dedication allowed him to enter the Juilliard School in New York as a scholar, to obtain a Bachelor's degree in Piano, under the tutelage of Yoheved Kaplinsky, and later, a Master's degree.

Hailed by Christoph Eschenbach as "an extraordinary talent" and by the press as "a wizard at the keyboard," he has collaborated with prominent conductors including Eschenbach himself, Jahja Ling, Kirk Trevor, and Kenneth Jean. As a soloist he has been accompanied, among many others, by the symphonies of Chicago, Houston, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Knoxville, Asheville, York; the Camerata Ashdod in Israel, the Appassionata Ensemble in Canada and the Nacional de Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, while in Mexico he has performed with the Philharmonics of Mexico City, Jalisco, Querétaro, Carlos Chávez, the Symphony of the State of Mexico , Xalapa Symphony, the Coahuila Camerata and the Desert Philharmonic.

Alejandro Vela has performed at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, at the Sibelius Academy concert hall in Helsinki, at the Sibelius Museum in Turku, at the Sala Mederi in Tallinn, at the George Enescu Hall of the National Conservatory of Music in Bucharest, in the “Mihail Jora” concert hall of Radio Romania, in the Óbudai Társaskör in Budapest, in the Martin-Gropius-Bau Museum in Berlin, in the House of the Master in Kiev, in the Italo-Latin American Institute in Rome, in the Canadian Opera Company Piano Virtuoso Series in Toronto, at the Antonio Paoli Festival Hall in San Juan, at El Paso Pro-Musica, at the Ravinia Festival in Chicago, at Alice Tully Hall in New York, as well as at the Sala Nezahualcóyotl in Mexico City, at the Black and White Festival, at the Mexico Festival, at the Julio Torri Festival in Coahuila, at the Alfonsino Festival in Monterrey, at the Center for the Arts in Kuala Lumpur, at the National Auditorium in Taipei, at the City Theater Nago in Okinawa and at the Concert Hall in Nagoya. He also played for the Japanese NHK TV and appeared at the Cervantes Institute, the Italian Institute of Culture, the National Museum and the National Olympic Center in Tokyo.

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