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Antonio Nuñez was born in Spain in 1945 and emigrated with his family to Uruguay three years later. After completing his studies at Montevideo Conservatory, he won a scholarship which allowed him to take lessons in Italy and in Germany, where his teachers were Sandor Vegh and Yehudi Menuhin. At the age of 22 he was appointed associate concertmaster of the Zurich Chamber Orchestra, later moving to Basel as concertmaster of the Symphony Orchestra, a position he still holds, under the music direction of Horst Stein. He has also served as concertmaster of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra. Antonio Nuñez is active as a soloist and is the founder and leader of the Swiss Chamber Orchestra, with which he has toured Europe, the Americas and Japan.

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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title  Catalogue No  Work Category 
VILLA-LOBOS: Cello Sonata No. 2 / Piano Trio No. 2 Marco Polo
Chamber Music

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