Mario was born in Argentina, and began Piano Lessons at age five at the National Conservatory of Music Fracassi del Carril in Argentina. In 1978 he graduated from the Conservatory with the degree of Superior Professor of Music. In 1983 he was admitted to the School of Music at the National University of Art in Argentina. In May 1990 Mario was accepted for more advance study with EARLE C. VOORHIES, who has been called the "DEAN OF MASTER TEACHERS" in California. In July 1992 Mario gave his first solo recital at the Pasadena Public Library with a great success, also he participated at the Los Angeles LISZT competition. In March 1993 he became an active member of the American College of Musicians and National Guild of Piano Teachers, and at the end of the same year he won the First Place at the Latin Music Festival organized by the Music Teacher's association of California M.T.A.C. Most recently Mario gave a solo recital at the Hollywood United Methodist Church with a brilliant success. Of course his program include some of his favorites Argentinian composers as Guastavino, Piazzolla. Ginastera etc.
Mario, has been acclaimed as a brilliant pianist with a strong interpretative gift, and exciting charismatic musical talent.
As a Piano teacher my primary function is to establish definite goals for piano students of all levels and grades; Goals for the earliest beginners as well as the artistic adult; Goals for the slow pupil as well as the gifted prodigy, teaching at my exclusive ANAVERDE area (Palmdale) Piano Studio.
*** Lesson Details ***
Private classes. English or Spanish
*** Studio Equipment ***
Yamaha Grand Piano C7
*** Specialties ***
All types of Music.
Conducted by Argentinean pianist, composer and scholar. Dante Medina.
Conducted by Dr. William Ransom. April 1988.
Our primary function is to establish definite goals and awards--in noncompetitive auditions--for students of all levels, from the earliest beginner to the gifted prodigy.