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    Sebastian Strauchler, lutenist

    Sebastian Strauchler is a graduated Music Professor at Conservatoire Superior Manuel de Falla, Buenos Aires. From 2005 he has totally focus in the Renaissance and Baroque lute repertoire, studying plucked instruments in the same institution [the only official Early Music degree in all South America] with Hernan Vives. He is always continuing his studies with international noted players like Dolores Costoyas, Xavier Diaz-Latorre, Eduardo Eguez or Hopkinson Smith.

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    Braedon Hofmann, lutenist

    Prior to graduate studies on lute at Jacob’s School of Music under Nigel North, he received scholarships, awards, and participated in early music festivals such as The Rislov Foundation award, Early Music America’s “Young Performers Festival” and a scholarship to The Lute Society of America’s “Summer Festival”.

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    Taylor di Clemente, lutenist

    In 2018 Taylor earned a Master of Music degree in Historical Performance at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music in Bloomington, Indiana, wherein he studied Renaissance lute, theorbo, archlute, and baroque guitar with Nigel North.

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    Anna Wiktoria Swoboda, lutenist

    Anna Wiktoria Swoboda graduated with honours from the Academy of Music in Kraków [Poland] and from Hochschule für Musik Trossingen [Germany] with prof. Rolf Lislevand. Her special interests are solo repertoire of the 17th and 18th centuries for baroque lute.

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    Hopkinson Smith, lutenist

    Internationally recognized as a leading personality in the field of early music and one of the world's great lutenists, Hopkinson Smith gives lute concerts and master classes throughout Eastern and Western Europe and in North and South America. He currently lives in Basel, Switzerland, where he teaches at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.

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    Miguel Rincón, lutenist

    Miguel Rincón studied at the High School Music Manuel Castillo with Juan Carlos Rivera into the plucked instruments speciality, where he got the best grades ending with Honor Qualification. Later, he completed a master's degree with Xavier Díaz Latorre at Esmuc, Barcelona, and another master’s degree at Zürich in Hochschule Kunste der Musik with Eduardo Egüez.”

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