Miguel Bustamante Guerrero is a Spanish musician born in Oruro (Bolivia) in 1948. He was musical adviser for Radio Clásica of Radio Nacional de España from 1974 to 2007 and as such participated in countless musical recordings and broadcasts. He was the music producer of more than fifty compact discs for the RTVE Musica label, highlighting the eight volumes of the Great Spanish Pianists series that appeared between 2003 and 2007, among others.
He began his musical studies in his hometown with his grandmother, the Mexican pianist María Parrondo. He was a student of Manuel Carra at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Madrid and furthered his studies with teachers such as Paul Badura Skoda, Eduardo del Pueyo, Rosa Sabater and Federico Mompou, among others. Responsible in 1986-87 for the Musical Education Service of the Community of Madrid, he participated in the creation of the Conservatories of the Community of Madrid and, simultaneously, created and directed the Cycles of Courses on Professional Music Education.
As a composer, his vocation is late, despite his full dedication to music since he was four years old. He did not release his first work until 1997, at the age of 49. Almost all of his catalog is devoted to music for solo instruments and chamber music. His works have been performed in Spain, Germany, Portugal, Italy, Great Britain, the Netherlands, the United States, Mexico, Cuba, Argentina, Japan and Australia. He is a member of the Madrid Association of Composers (AMCC).


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