Enric Madriguera

Enric Madriguera holds the Russell Cleveland Director of Guitar Studies endowed professorship at the University of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Madriguera is a Professor of Aesthetic Studies in the School of Arts and Humanities. Madriguera travels annually to festivals and performances in the Americas and Europe. His solo recording Old World/New World has been well received at home and abroad. Germany’s Gitarre und Laute states that his playing is “eloquent,” while Classical Guitar of London liked Madriguera’s “passionate playing” of Spanish and Latin American music. Enric Madriguera has performed and recorded with Voices of Change on Voces Americanas, “Pueblo Mulatto” by Tania Leon, and “Frida” Concert Suite by Robert X. Rodriguez. 2015 will see the release of Remembranza a solo CD featuring a program which pays homage to Andres Segovia.

Recent concert venues for Enric include the International Festival of Cuenca, Ecuador, University of Sao Paolo of Brazil, and in Valencia, Spain, the Sister City to Dallas, at the tenth annual Luys Milan festival in December of 2011, where Madriguera was both performer and president of the jury. In the summer months since 2012 Enric has been invited as a jury panelist for the Boston Guitar Fest Composition Competition. In 2015 Madriguera celebrates his eighth year as the director of guitar ensembles used in concert programs for the ChamberArt Festival in Madrid, Spain. In November, Dr. Madriguera will make his second appearance at the Andres Segovia Festival at Linares, Spain where he will present his new CD Remembranza. Enric Madriguera regularly performs, teaches, and judges in Mexico, Spain, Ecuador, and throughout South America.