Alejandro Larumbe — Violin
Versatile musician Alejandro Larumbe Martínez began his musical training at the age of five at the Escuela Municipal de Bellas Artes,in Mexico, and continued at Universidad Veracruzana, studying violin with Juan Manuel Jimenez, Manuel Lozano, and Agnieszka Maklakiewicz. He holds a bachelor degree in Violin Performance from Florida International University in Miami, where he studied with Marcia Littley. He received his Master’s degree in Orchestral Conducting from Louisiana State University as a student of Maestro Carlos Riazuelo where he also continued his violin studies with Dr. Lin He.
An experienced orchestral player, he has performed with the Daniel Ayala Symphony Orchestra, Veracruz State Youth Symphony, Miami Symphony Orchestra, Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, Louisiana Sinfonietta, and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. As a conductor, he has lead the Camerata del Puerto, the Xalapa Chamber Orchestra, the LSU Symphony Orchestra, and the LSU Philharmonia.
Alejandro attended the Canford School for Conductors in England, Kennet Kiesler’s conducting workshop in Mexico city, and the Pierre Monteux School in Maine. He is currently a doctoral student in Orchestral Conducting at LSU as well as part of the faculty at Grace Notes Music Studio.