Born in Argentina, Aquiles Delle Vigne gave his first recital at the age of eight. At seventeen, a disciple of Claudio Arrau, he won the Grand Prix Albert Williams, the most prestigious competition in South America. This award opened the doors of the most important concert halls of the continent for him. He later completed his training in Europe with Eduardo del Pueyo and György Cziffra. His career has brought twenty concert tours in Japan, and eight in Australia, the United States and Mexico. He appears now in leading festivals and concert venues throughout the world, and has collaborated with conductors and orchestras of great distinction. Aquiles Delle-Vigne enjoys an international reputation as a teacher and currently holds a position at the Rotterdam Conservatorium in The Netherlands. He also gives master-classes at the Salzburg Mozarteum and is a Visiting Professor at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. He has been invited to leading conservatories throughout the world and chairs and serves on the juries of the most important international competitions in all five continents. His vast discography with EMI HMV, BASF Harmonia Mundi, BMG-RCA Victor, Pavane and EMS has received outstanding praise.