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Miguel Angel Santaella

Miguel Angel Santaella

Born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1971, Santaella has studied composition and choral conducting with renowned composers and conductors on three continents. Also, he received undergraduate instruction in composition at the Instituto Universitario de Estudios Musicales (IUDEM), having as his teachers Ricardo Teruel, Miguel Ástor and Blas Emilio Atehortúa, among others. He won the Caracas City Award for Music in the vocal, large symphonic and short symphonic category several times, and obtained a Bronze Diploma in vocal jazz with Sies Seis at Vokal.Total 2007. Some of his choral works are being published by Edition Ferrimontana. Currently he is the conductor of Escala Áurea FAU UCV, VOCALIA, Música Venezolana A Cappella, SIES SEIS Jazz Vocal and The NeoJazz Orchestra. He is also acting Vice President of the Choral Federation for Central America and the Caribbean, and is a member of the Venezuelan Society of Contemporary Music and the International Federation for Choral Music.


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Santaella, A, op. 35
A, op. 35, by Miguel Santaella
Oboe, bassoon, violin and cello.

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Santaella, Como una Onda
Como una Onda, by Miguel Santaella
Unaccompanied clarinet.

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Santaella, Pozos de Agua Triste
Pozos de Agua Triste, by Miguel Santaella
Unaccompanied female voice (Ab3-B5).

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Santaella, Praeludium
Praeludium, by Miguel Santaella
Soprano, flute, Bb clarinet, violin, viola, cello, piano, percussion.

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Santaella, SineModus
SineModus, op. 84, by Miguel Santaella
Octet for tenor (C3-Ab4), flute, clarinet, bassoon, violin, cello, contrabass and piano.

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Santaella, Three Themes
Three Themes, op. 76, by Miguel Santaella
Piano.

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