Frederich Chaudiere, 2009
Born in Córdoba, where she began her studies under her father’s guidance, Néstor Álvarez, and maestro Humberto Carfi. She is currently Associate Principal Viola at the Orquesta Filarmónica de Buenos Aires and a member of the Camerata Bariloche.
Between 2001 and 2010, she studied with Alan Kovacs in Madrid and at the Conservatorio
della Svizzera italiana with Bruno Giuranna, obtaining a major in viola. As a grant holder of the International Music Menuhin Academy, she studied with Nobuko Imai and Ettore Causa, and attended the chamber music course at Reina Sofía School of Music, Madrid. She attended classes and performed with artists such as G. Caussé, Y. Menuhin, E. Chumachenko, A. Lysy, C. Richter, P. Graffin, G. Tackasz, A. Falvay, M. Martin, F. Helmerson, F. Benda, M. Quarta, R. Cohen, V. Robilliard, A. Avital and G. Shaham. She has played as principal viola in the orchestras: Sinfonietta de Lausanne (Switzerland), de Cȃmara de Cascais e Oeiras (Portugal) and Filarmónica de Santiago de Chile. She has also been soloist with orchestras Sinfónica Nacional (where she played as substitute soloist), Filarmónica de Buenos Aires, Provincial de Rosario, Camerata Bariloche and she was a member of the Camerata Lysy as well.
She took part as a professor in the courses of St. Croix (France), Uberlândia (Brazil), Virtuosi Gravatá (Brazil), Galas del Río (E. Ríos) and the Festival Siete Lagos (Bariloche). She was invited to represent Argentina to the 43° International Viola Congress 2016 (Cremona, Italy) and also to the 45° IVC (Rotterdam) together with Alicia Belleville and Juan Esteban Cuacci.