Andrea González (Tui, 1987) is a pianist, music manager, pedagogue and disseminator. Chosen among the ‘Top 100 Women Leaders of Spain’ in 2019, the multifaceted Galician artist has performed on multiple stages in Australia, Cuba, United Kingdom, Italy, Portugal and Spain, highlighting her concerts at the Australian National University of Canberra, the National Theater of Cuba and the Barbican Center in London. In 2022, she publishes in 2022 her new album “Salvado–Piano Works” (Warner Music Spain), which recovers the music of the monk Rosendo Salvado, an iconic figure of the nineteenth century. Andrea González also directs since 2013 the International Keyboard Festival & Masterclass of the Eurocity Tui–Valença (IKFEM), unique for being the first cross-border festival between Spain and Portugal. She is professor of Production and Management in Music and Performing Arts at the Higher Conservatory of Music in Vigo, Vice President of Juventudes Musicales of Spain and President of Xuventudes Musicais Eixo Atlántico.Influenced by art, fashion and female empowerment, she has positioned herself as one of the most innovative music managers on the Spanish scene, her collaborations with artists and brands such as Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, I.C.O.N., Ainhoa Arteta, Estrella Galicia or Rosendo.
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