Vladimir PRADO

conductor, baritone or bass voice
About
Born in Venezuela and living in Vienna since 1998, where he studied at the University for Music and performings arts.

...The perfect blend between passions and traditions.
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Konzert "Konfessionen" 13. Feb 2017

Ensemble Florilegivm Mvsicvm Vienna

(Mit historischen Instrumenten)


Leitung: Vladimir Prado

Karoline Pilcz (Sopran) Lorin Wey (Tenor)


Vokalwerke von J.S.Bach und J.J.Fux


sowie Instrumentalmusik von Telemann und Vivaldi





Mittwoch, den 15. März 2017, 19.30 Uhr

Krypta der Peterskirche – WIEN

Samstag, den ...

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NamePRADO, Vladimir
Born inVenezuela, South America
Main languageGerman
Additional languages English,  Italian,  Spanish; Castilian 
attended UniversitiesUniversity for music and performings arts Vienna

13th. Döblinger Choir Festival
2017-02-25, Vienna
Weinbergkirche
Weinbergchor Wien
Conductor: Vladimir Prado
Soloists:
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J.S. Bach: Kantate BWV 62. "Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland".
Nr. 1 Coro

St. Georgs Chor Wien
Wienbergchor Wien
Instrumental ensemble

Vladimir Prado - Conductor

Concert live recording 
Concert "Konfessionen
2017-03-18, Mödling
Spitalkirche
Ensemble Florilegivm Mvsicvm Vienna
Conductor: PRADO, Vladimir
Soloists:
EVENT
Haydn Symphonie Nr. 94 in G-Mayor "Surprise"
Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela
Conductor: Vladimir Prado 
Vladimir Prado
(Conductor) 
Manuel de Falla: El Amor Brujo (Demo Excerpt)
Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela
Conductor: Vladimir Prado 
Concert "Konfessionen"
2017-03-15, Vienna
Krypta St. Peter Church
Ensemble Florilegivm Mvsicvm Vienna
Conductor: PRADO, Vladimir
Soloists: Wey, Lorin - Pilcz, Karoline
EVENT
Concert
2017-03-05, Vienna
Krypta of the St. Peter Church

Soloists: PRADO, Vladimir - Hudler, Renate
EVENT

Vladimir Prado conducted in Caracas a sucesfully concert of the Orchestra Simón Bolívar of Venezuela.

The audience gave an standings ovations specially for the magical sounds and colors recreated for the interpretation of "El amor brujo" by Manuel de Falla.

One of the main points of the program was the interpretation of the Symphony with 8 obligati timpani by Carl Fischer. The Soloist Ramón Granda shows perfect tecnical skills, beautifull sound and expression with an increible fusion with the orchestra.

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