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Edicson Ruiz

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We are so proud to announce that from january 2020 we will be working together with this amazing musician.

The double bass genius was Born in Caracas in 1985, He decided to play the bass when he was just eleven years old. His first teacher and mentor Felix Petit guided him through his studies in "El Sistema", the Venezuelan national youth orchestra foundation founded by José Antonio Abreu.

Edicson Ruiz is one of most successful bass soloists of the present time, and his virtuosity impresses audiences the world over. He is a regular guest at festivals such as the Salzburg Festival, the Lucerne Festival, and the Warsaw Chopin Festival, and has performed as soloist in major metropolises such as Rome (Auditorio Santa Cecilia), Warsaw (Philharmonic Hall), Budapest (Listz Academy), New York (Lincoln Center), Berlin (Philharmonie), Vienna (MuTh Saal), Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Theater), Madrid (Auditorio Nacional), Lissabon (Fundacion Gulbenkian), Zürich (Tonhalle), Johannesburg (Philharmonic Hall), Paris (Le Cite de la Musique), Stockholm (Konserthuset), Hong Kong (Townhall), Brisbane (QPAC), Mexico City (Teatro Bellas Artes), Taiwan (NSO Hall) amoung many others.


Ruiz teaches currently as Guest Professor at the Fachhochschule des Nordenschweiz in Basel, Switzerland since 2018. 



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Edicson Ruiz

Christian Vasquez

Wiener Kontrabass Konzerte

Phil. harmonie 

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Edicson Ruiz, Heinz Holliger 

New Music For

Double Bass And Oboe

Phil. harmonie 

Artist links

Berliner Philharmoniker


Gabriel Safron

General management (except japan)



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Gabriel Safron artists management

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