Enrique Espín Yépez

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Enrique Espín Yépez

Enrique Espín Yépez (November 19, 1926 – May 21, 1997) was an Ecuadorean composer and violinist. Born in Quito, he moved to Mexico in 1969, where he established himself as a professor of Violin at the National Conservatory of Mexico.[1] He was a student of Maestro Henryk Szeryng, who declared him heir of his technique. In December 1975 Szeryng bestowed Espín with a Ceruti violin, made in 1801.[2] Espín created the Henryk Szeryng International Violin Competition in Mexico in 1992.[3][4] He died in Mexico City in 1997.

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