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Awarded with the Orpheus Classical Music Award (2019) and the Melómano de Oro (2019) for his first record project MUSICAL ZODIAC (Orpheus Classical 2018), Fabio Álvarez has been defined by critics as a brilliant, impressive and sensitive pianist (Revista Musical Catalan 2019).

Trained in the US at the Manhattan School of Music in New York, Fabio obtained his Master of Music with the highest qualification under the tutelage of the renowned pianist and pedagogue Philip Kawin, having previously obtained his Piano Performance Undergraduate´s Degree at Musikene, Conservatorio Superior de Música del País Vasco with Ricardo Requejo and Emmanuel Ferrer-Lalöe.

Specialized in contemporary repertoire with Anthony De Mare and Ricardo Descalzo, at the heart of Fabio's interests is the promotion of contemporary composers around the world and he has already premiered several pieces for solo piano, having personally worked with world-renowned composers as George Crumb (1929 – 2022), with whom he prepared his first record project.


Fabio has played in some of the most prestigious international halls such as Carnegie Hall (New York), the Juan March Foundation (Madrid), the Manuel de Falla Auditorium (Granada) or the Campos Elíseos Theater (Bilbao), and he was also selected to participate in festivals such as the NAK Festival of Contemporary Music of Navarra 2019, III Festival of Women in Music, XII and XIV Festival of Performers Teresa Berganza.

Fabio has received advice from distinguished pianists and pedagogues, including: Ivo Pogorelich, Eldar Nebolsin, Imre Rohman, Julian Martin, Robert McDonald, Josep Colom, Marta Zabaleta, Jose Ramón Méndez, James Giles, Nino Kereselidze, Gustavo Díaz Jerez, Mariana Gurkova , Jean-Philippe Guillo, Aurélie Forre, María Jesús Crespo, María Teresa Pérez and Alexander Kandelaki, among others.

Fabio currently resides in Madrid (Spain) where he combines his concert activity and concerttours with his pedagogical activity.

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