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Felsenreitschule , Salzburg
10 Aug 2024, Sat
Composer: Pyotr Tchaikovsky , Hankyeol Yoon , Max Bruch
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21 Sep 2024, Sat
Cast: María Dueñas , Markus Poschner , .... + 1
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6 Oct 2024, Sun
Composer: Antonín Dvořák , Édouard Lalo
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Carnegie Hall , New York
22 Oct 2024, Tue
Composer: César Franck , Gabriela Ortiz , Karol Szymanowski
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24 Feb 2025, Mon
Composer: Carl Nielsen , Erich Wolfgang Korngold , Jean Sibelius
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María Dueñas Fernández (born Granada, 4 December 2002) is a Spanish violinist and composer. In 2021 she won the first prize in the Yehudi Menuhin Competition, in the senior category. She is considered the Spanish violinist with the greatest international profile, and one of the most promising musicians of her generation. In 2022 she signed an exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon.

María Dueñas Fernández was born in 2002 in Granada, in a family where there are no professional musicians, but who encouraged her musical training, as she attended concerts from an early age.

Musical education
She enrolled at the Ángel Barrios Conservatory in her native Granada when she was seven. At the age of 11, she won a scholarship from the Juventudes Musicales de Madrid, allowing her to study at the Carl Maria von Weber College of Music in Dresden. She then moved to Vienna to study with Boris Kuschnir, and enrolled at the University of Music and Dramatic Art in Vienna and at the University of Graz.

Musical career
Dueñas has been a soloist with European and American orchestras, such as the San Francisco Symphony, the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Spanish National Orchestra. In September 2019, Dueñas was designated as the New Artist of the Month by the magazine Musical America, which is the oldest American magazine on classical music.

She won the 1st prize at the 2021 Getting to Carnegie Hall competition, for which each participant performed the world premiere of one movement of Julian Gargiulo’s new sonata for violin and piano. In 2021, at the age of 18, Dueñas won the 1st prize at the Menuhin Competition, and she won the Audience Prize as well. For the competition, Dueñas played Witold Lutosławski's Subito, Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major, and Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole in D minor. The award includes $20,000 and a 2-year loan of a golden period Stradivarius violin. In 2023 she won the Luitpold Prize of the festival Kissinger Sommer.

Composing career
Dueñas is also a composer and the founder of the Hamamelis Quartett. She composed the piece Farewell when she was 13, which was awarded the Robert Schumann International Piano Competition award in 2016. Her piece was later produced as a music video

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