Álex Anwandter

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Álex Anwandter Donoso
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Álex Anwandter in 2012.
Born (1983-03-24) March 24, 1983 (age 35)
Santiago, Chile
Nationality Chilean
Occupation Singer-songwriter, composer, director
Years active 2005–present

Álex Anwandter Donoso (born March 24, 1983 in Santiago) is a Chilean singer-songwriter,[1] musician, and film[2] and music video director. He became popular as the vocalist for the band Teleradio Donoso (2005-2009). In 2010, he began work as a soloist. He is a vegetarian.[3] Alex has two nominations for the Latin Grammy for Best New Artist and Best Short Form Music Video.[4]


Álex Anwandter's Chilean family history goes back to the German Carlos Anwandter, who emigrated to Chile in 1850 and became one of the leaders of the German colonization of Valdivia. Álex's father, Paul Anwandter, lived a large part of his life in Brazil before moving to Chile at the age of 26.

As a child, Álex took violin lessons, and his main musical influence was Michael Jackson. He went to school at Santiago College, and later he began studying psychology at university, but abandoned it shortly thereafter. He was also temporarily a student at the Escuela Moderna de Música but didn't show much interest in music theory.[5]


With Teleradio Donoso[edit]

As a Soloist[edit]

With Gepe[edit]

As Producer[edit]





Year Award Nominated work Category Result
2010 Festival del Videoclip de Chile "Cabros" Best Music Video Won
2016 Latin Grammy Awards Álex Anwandter Best New Artist Nominated
"Siempre Es Viernes En Mi Corazón" Best Short Form Music Video


  1. ^ "Alex Anwandter Will Make You Dance (and Cry) With His Beautiful Pop". Fusion. Retrieved 2016-04-14. 
  2. ^ "Interview with Alex Anwandter | TAKE ONE | TakeOneCFF.com". TAKE ONE. Retrieved 2016-04-14. 
  3. ^ Uribe R., Ignacia (December 25, 2012). "SIN CHORIPÁN: Alex Anwandter". Vegetarianos Chile (in Spanish). Retrieved June 19, 2016. 
  4. ^ https://www.latingrammy.com/en/nominees
  5. ^ "El divo del pop nacional - Revista Qué Pasa". Revista Qué Pasa (in Spanish). Retrieved 2016-04-14. 
  6. ^ Nieto, Ignacio. "Álex & Daniel: Álex & Daniel". www.lamusica.emol.com. Retrieved 2016-04-14.