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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (December 2010) Cristobal Pazmino is an Ecuadorian guitarist and composer. Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 Credits 4 Discography 5 References 6 External links Early life and education Pazmino was born in Riobamba, Ecuador, in 1958. He started learning the guitar at a very early age with musicians from his own neighbourhood with whom he was to play for over 3 years - electric guitar, bass guitar, ‘night guitar’ (known elsewhere as the classical guitar) all without sight reading. It was not until 1976 when he arrived in Paris that he decided to study the classical guitar in earnest, first at the Schola Cantorum in Paris for 3 years, then at the Conservatoire National de Musique de St Maur de Fossés, Val de Marne (CNRM) for 5 years where he was awarded the Gold medal (Médaille d’Or) in 1986.[1] Career Having become a classical guitarist, he devoted himself solely to Latin-American music, and Ecuadorian music in particular, combining popular music with the techniques of classical guitar. He set out on an international career which led him to 32 different countries,[1] where he was frequently billed with the biggest names of Latin American guitarists. In France his recordings have been featured in various TV and film productions : for the TV channel F3, the short film “The Golden Earth of the Incas” in 1989, for the documentary film “Panama, Prince of Hats” for the Arte Channel in 1997, the cable channels in 2002 for their documentaries on Chile, and in Ecuador Teleamazonas, TV channel of the capital Quito, broadcast his theme tune for a whole season for the series “At home with the family”. Cristobal Pazmino is the inspiration, founder, and artistic director of the International Festival of Guitar in Vendôme,[2] which has become one of the highlights of the guitar music calendar in France. Credits I Festival International de guitare d' Alsace France [1992] IV Festival International , Stockholm Suède [1992] VI Festival International , Fribourg Suisse [1992] III Festival Internacionalional San José - Costa Rica [1993] Guitarras del Mundo 95 : Rio Cuarto et Buenos Aires, Argentine [1995] Palais del IILA à Rome Italie 1996 Latin-Américan Guitar Masters-Universite Internationale de Florida, Miami USA [1997] Bolivar Hall Festival, Londres Angleterre [1998]. V festival Guitarras del Mundo [1999], I y V Festival Internacional de guitarra - Vendôme Francia [1997 ]y [2001] II Festival International de Cagliari en Italia [2001] VII Festival Guitarras del Mundo [2001 ] [2003] Festival de Santisteban del Puerto - Jaen España [2004] Festival Regino Saenz de la Maza, Burgos España [2005] Festival de la ciudad de MONTS Francia [2005] Guitarras del Mundo-Argentine [2006] en duo avec Floriane Charles. 15° Festival de la ville d'ANTONY (92) France, 1° abril [2007] 11° Festival International de Vendôme France, 8 abril [2007] Festillesime41 junio [2007], 3 concerts en Loir et Cher 10° festival de guitarra de Taxco Mexique, julio [2007] 10° semana internacional de la guitarra en Burgos España , agosto [2007] Discography Guitarra de Alas Quito de mis Ensueños Riobambeñita Guitarras del Mundo 1995 Festival Internacional 1992 Pasillo Inmortal Melodias de America del Sur References ^ a b "Quito's Prometeo Theater". Ecuador Channel. http://www.ecuador.com/theaters/prometeo-theater/. Retrieved 4 February 2010.  ^ "Cristóbal Pazmiño". Exploring Ecuador. http://www.exploringecuador.com/music_ecuador_bibliography.htm?music=20. Retrieved 4 February 2010.  External links Interview with Cristobal Pazmino (Guitariste.com) Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace Persondata Name Pazmino Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death