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Awarded the 2016 Classical Music 'El Ojo Crítico' Award, Eduardo Fernández is one of the most outstanding pianists of his generation at an international level, being especially distinguished for the depth, maturity and uniqueness of his interpretations.

Born in Madrid in 1981. His grandfather began giving him music lessons when he was 4 years old and a year later he gave his first public performance. He continued his preparation with the pedagogue Carmen Aguirre, who studied with Alfred Cortot and Magda Tagliaferro, at the Alcalá de Henares Conservatory, and with Almudena Cano at the Madrid Royal Conservatory of Music, where he graduated in the categories of piano, music chamber, accompaniment and clarinet. For his academic achievements he was distinguished by the Guerrero Foundation. He concluded his studies with a specialization in Spanish music with Esteban Sánchez.

Regularly invited to Spain, Russia, China, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Panama, Ukraine, Moldova, Austria, Italy, France, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Denmark, Estonia, Romania, Norway, India... obtaining great success in main rooms such as St. Petersburg Philharmonia, Shanghai Oriental Art Center, Beijing National Center for the Performing Arts, Mumbai National Center, Kiev Philharmonia, Palau de la Música in Barcelona, Teatro Real or Auditorio Nacional de Madrid, as well as in prestigious international festivals, highlighting the International Festival of Music and Dance of Granada, Cycle Scherzo of Young Performers or Piano aux Jacobins of Toulouse.


He made his debut in the Main Hall of the Teatro Real together with the Madrid Symphony Orchestra on the occasion of the Centenary of the death of Isaac Albéniz.


Considered the successor of Alicia de Larrocha by the prestigious American magazine Fanfare, his interpretation of Spanish music has been praised and recognized on numerous occasions, being the winner of the Fundación Guerrero Extraordinary Prize and the Manuel de Falla Prize in Granada.


In recent engagements he performed Prokofiev's Concerto No. 2 with the ORCAM and José Ramón Encinar, Rachmaninoff's Concerto No. 3 with the City of Granada Orchestra and Antoni Ros-Marbà, Iberia in his debut at the Luxembourg Philharmonie, a tour in Japan, and in Spain at the National Auditorium, Euskalduna in Bilbao, Maestranza in Seville, Manuel de Falla in Granada, Baluarte in Pamplona and the Palau in Valencia.


After the success of his CDs for Warner (Iberia by Albéniz), Polish Institute (Chopin, Schumann), Centaur (opus 117, 118 and 119 by Brahms), Naxos (Paús), his recent recordings include another disc with piano works by Ramón Paús for Naxos and a new one with all the Sonatas by Alexander Scriabin that has been praised by international critics. His new recording for BIS Records "Zimmermann: Complete Works for Piano" was released in the summer of 2020.

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