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MARIANO REY

Mariano Rey began his musical education at the age of seven with his father, Carlos Rey, and went on to study the clarinet with Mariano Frogioni, Martin Tow, Gui Deplus, Michael Arrignon and Stanley Drucker, and chamber music with Alberto Lysy.

He began performing with the Mar del Plata Symphony Orchestra at the age of 11, joining the Argentine National Symphony Orchestra at the age of 19 and the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra at the Teatro Colón in 1993. Rey has appeared as a soloist and with orchestras and chamber ensembles across Europe and America, including the St Petersburg and Israel Philharmonic Orchestras.

For 31 years Rey has taught clarinet, saxophone, chamber music and orchestral repertoire in Argentina and abroad. Having recorded 59 albums, he has been honoured with 14 awards, and in 2019 received the Platinum Konex Award for Best Wind Instrumentalist of the last decade. He currently holds the positions of principal clarinet of the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra and professor at the Instituto Superior de Arte, both at the Teatro Colón. He is also a Buffet Group and Vandoren artist and presenter of Los sonidos del viento at Radio Nacional Clásica.

Role: Classical Artist 
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