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Since he joined the group of Concert Artists of Fine Arts in 2010, Santiago Piñeirúa has stood out for being one of the most active pianists in the country, with a career of national and international relevance. He regularly appears on important stages in Mexico and abroad as a soloist, in chamber music concerts and with important orchestras. Among some of the directors with whom he has worked are the teachers Román Revueltas, José Guadalupe Flores, Jesús Medina, Lanfranco Marcelletti, Sylvain Gasançon, among others.

His presentations abroad include important venues in the United States, Spain, France, England, Italy, Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Chile, Uruguay, Argentina, Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt. He has worked with prominent Mexican and foreign musicians such as Brian Lewis, Ville Kivivuori, Manuel Ramos, Mauricio Náder, Rosa María Diez and Carlos Prieto. Some of the international venues in which he has performed include the Cairo Opera House in Egypt with the Mexican soprano Zulyamir Lopezríos, the Algiers Opera House, the León Auditorium, Spain, and the Carnegie Hall in New York, with the American cellist Elizabeth Michael.

Santiago Piñeirúa has been a beneficiary on several occasions of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts. In 2011, he received the National Youth Award from the Federal Government for his outstanding career in the category of artistic expressions.

During his childhood he trained with the renowned Mexican pianist Mauricio Nader. In 2006, he received a Bachelor's degree from the Manhattan School of Music in New York, where he studied with Nina Svetlanova. In 2009, he received a Master's degree from the same institution under the guidance of legendary pianist Horacio Gutiérrez. He is currently a piano teacher at the School of Fine Arts of the Universidad Panamericana. 

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