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García Asensio, José Luis

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Madrid, 1944. José Luis García Asensio was born in Madrid in 1944. When he was sixteen he won the Sarasate Prize and at twenty-two became a teacher of violin virtuosity at the Royal College of Music in London-the youngest teacher ever in the history of that famous school. He studied with the great conductor Sergiu Celibidache. For more than twenty years he was first violin-conductor of the English Chamber Orchestra, with which he led a very active artistic life and made important recordings, such as the Mozart concertos for violin and orchestra and Vivaldi's The Four Seasons. In 1992 he joined the staff of the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía and one year later acceded to the Chair of Violin.

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