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Since 1998, Alejandra Cifuentes Diaz has taught music (piano, theory, solfeggio, dictation) in different music schools and privately. She has also had an extensive experience accompanying instrumentalists and singers.


In January 2005, Alejandra Cifuentes Diaz finished her Master’s degree with pianist Dang Thai Son at University of Montreal.


During this year, she participated in several national and international competitions and won many prizes and honors.


During the 2006- 2007 season, Alejandra Cifuentes Diaz played in over 20 concerts in different cities in the province of Quebec and in Ottawa, while studying privately with Professor Patrice Laré in Montreal.


During the 2007-2008 school year, Alejandra Cifuentes Diaz was accepted as a student in the Professional Training Program (post-graduate) at the “Tchaikovsky” Moscow Conservatory in Russia. She received piano lessons (Yuri Stepanovitch), accompanying lessons (Tatiana Afanasievskaya) and Russian language lessons (Natalia Serafimovna).


She gave a solo concert North of Moscow in an elementary school during the month of November 2007. She also played in three different occasions with the young violinist Sergei Chesnokov (Dacha Ivanovna – October 2007, Bogolioubova Library-Museum – February 2008, Rachmaninoff Hall of the Moscow Conservatory – April 2008).


On June 11 2008, she played as a soloist (Pictures of an Exhibition by Mussorgsky) and also with the Symphonic Orchestra of the Algerian Radio (Concerto no.20 by Mozart) under the invitation of the Ambassador of Chili in Algeria (Mr. Pablo Romero) at the Alger Auditorium. She returned to Algeria in December of the same year to play with 1st violinist of the National Orchestra, Vera Ait-Tahar.


During the first half of 2009, Alejandra played in different venues in Montreal as soloist. In July 2009, She played solo and with flutist Marcelo Echeverria in a Chilian tour. In November, she had her debut concert at Place des Arts in Montreal.


This 2010 year started with a romantic concert at Jeunesses Musicales du Canada in Montreal (Clara Wieck solo, Schumann duo with singer and Brahms string quintet). Upcoming performances include a day long musical marathon downtown Montreal in May.

Updated:  February 18, 2010

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