Patricia Caicedo

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Patricia Caicedo
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Background information
Origin Ibague, Colombia
Genres Classical Latin/Classic Contemporary
Occupation(s) Soprano and Musicologist
Years active 1993 - Present
Labels Mundo Arts
Website www.patriciacaicedo.com

Patricia Caicedo (born 1969)[1] is a Colombian classical soprano and musicologist who specialises in the study and performance of the Latin American and Spanish art song repertoire.

Life and career[edit]

Born in the Colombian city of Ibagué, Patricia Caicedo started studying music in her childhood at the Conservatorio de música del Tolima. She began singing in her teens, initially singing folk Latin American music. In 1992, after completing medical studies at the Escuela Colombiana de Medicina,[2] she initiated voice studies at the Conservatorio del Tolima and later in Barcelona and New York. She studied with Rocio Rios, Alfredo Kraus, Maya Maiska, and Gilberto Escobar.

In 1993, she made her professional debut at the International Festival of Classical Music, accompanied by the Tolima Symphony Orchestra. She performed as a soloist in Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga's Stabat Mater and Pergolesi's Stabat Mater[3] and in other recitals. In 1993, she received first prize in the Concurso Nacional del Bambuco competition, and in 1998 she was named best classical soloist in Colombia by Sony Music.[4]

Patricia Caicedo specialized in Latin American and Iberian vocal repertoire. In this area she has published several books and CDs and frequently gives master classes, lectures, and recitals in European and American universities.[5][7][8] In 2013 she completed a PhD in musicology at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, her dissertation title is The Latin American Art Song: National Identity, Performance Practice and the Worlds of Art.[5]

Since 2001 Caicedo has developed a busy concert and recording agenda, she has recorded eight albums dedicated to the Latin American and Iberian Art Song repertoire in Spanish, Catalan and Portuguese.[6]

An advisory board member of the Latin American Art Song Alliance (LAASA), Caicedo founded Mundo Arts,[6] a company that publishes and distributes Latin American art song.[7][8]

In 2005, she founded the Barcelona Festival of Song,[8][7] an annual summer program for classical singers and a concert series dedicated to the study of the history and interpretation of the Latin American and Iberian vocal repertoire.

Since 2008, Caicedo was included in the Who's Who in America. Published by Marquis Who's Who is the leading biographical reference publisher of the highest achievers and contributors from across the country and around the world. Her inclusion represents a tribute to her discipline and hard work as an advocate of the Latin American and Spanish Music. Since 2010 Patricia is also included in the Who's Who in American Women and Who´s Who in the World.[1]

In 2014, she created EYECatalunya, an interactive Internet platform dedicated to internationally promote Catalan creativity.[9]

Patricia currently lives in Barcelona, Spain and has double citizenship, Colombian and Spanish.

Publications[edit]

Caicedo's publications include

    • The Latin American Art Song: Critical Anthology and Interpretive Guide for Singers. Barcelona: Tritó, 2005[10][11][12]
    • The Colombian Art Song: Jaime León, analysis and compilation of his works for voice and piano. New York: Mundo Arts Publications, 2009.[13][14]
    • The Bolivian Art Song: Alquimia, Song Cycle by Agustín Fernández. Barcelona: Mundo Arts Publications, New York, MA003, 2012.
    • El Barcelona Festival of Song: construyendo una narrativa para la canción Ibérica y latinoamericana. Barcelona: Mundo Arts Publications, MA004, 2014.[15] Caicedo has also published articles on various subjects, including:
    • “Marcel Duchamp y la performance practice de la canción artística latinoamericana in Música e identidades en Latinoamérica y España. Procesos, ideológicos, estéticos y creativos en el siglo XX”. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
    • “Lo real, lo virtual y el interespacio: nuevas formas de ser músico y hacer música en la era digital”, Actas del congreso MUCA, Universidad de Murcia, 2015.
    • “The Latin-American Art Song Repertoire” in Singing. Voice of the Association of Teachers of Singing. AOTOS, UK. Spring, 2013.
    • “Discovering Latin-American Art Song Trough Song and Poetry’ in VoicePrints, Vol. 9 Jan-Feb, 2012.
    • “A Guide to the Latin American Art Song Repertoire: An Annotated Catalog of Twentieth-Century Art Songs for Voice and Piano”, (review) in Latin American Music Review, Volume 33, Number 1, Spring/Summer 2012, pp. 144–147 | 10.1353/lat.2012.0007
    • “Agua, espejo y puente: El papel de la mujer en la creación, desarrollo y difusión de la canción artística latinoamericana” in Papeles de Cadiz, Universidad de Cádiz, 2006.
    • “La canción artística en América Latina: formas clásicas de vender fresas en las calles”. ILAASA, University of Texas at Austin, 2003.[16]
    • “Giaccomo Puccini: El hombre detrás del artista in Amadeus, No.87, Barcelona, 2000.
    • “Carmen: una mujer de hoy” in Amadeus No.83, RBA revistas, Barcelona, 2000.
    • “El lied Latinoamericano: hacia un redescubrimiento de América” in Amadeus No.78, RBA Revistas, Barcelona, 1999. .

Recordings[edit]

Caicedo's recordings include:

  • Miraba la noche el alma: Art Songs by Latin American & Catalan Composers. Barcelona: Mundo Arts Records, 2016.[17][18]
  • Amb veu de dona: Catalan Art Songs by Women Composers. Barcelona: Mundo Arts Records, 2016.[19][20]
  • De Catalunya vinc… Catalan Art Songs of the XX & XXI Centuries. Barcelona: Mundo Arts Records, 2015.[21]
  • Jaime Leon: Aves y Ensueños (Colombian Art Songs), 2011. Label: Mundo Arts Records
  • Estrela É Lúa Nova - un Viaje por América Latina y España (A journey through Latin-America & Spain'), 2011. Label: Mundo Arts Records
  • De Mi Corazón Latino- Latin Songs of all times, 2010. Label: Mundo Arts Records[22]
  • A mi ciudad nativa - Art Songs of Latin America Vol. 2, 2005. Label: Mundo Arts Records[23][24]
  • Lied: Art Songs of Latin America, 2001. Label: Edicions Albert Moraleda[25][24]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Marquis Who's Who. "Patricia Caicedo" (subscription required for full access)
  2. ^ "Dra. Patricia Caicedo – Turo Park". turoparkmedical.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 2017-03-01. 
  3. ^ Voice BCN. "About: The teacher".[non-primary source needed]
  4. ^ Russia Today (20 December 2011). Broadcast: "A Solas con Patricia Caicedo, la reconocida soprano colombiana" (in Spanish)
  5. ^ "PhD" (PDF). Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Retrieved 2017-03-01. 
  6. ^ "MundoartsTV The World of Latin-American & Iberian Music & Arts - MundoartsTV The World of Latin-American & Iberian Music & Arts". www.mundoartstv.com. Retrieved 2017-03-01. 
  7. ^ a b Pouget, Sophia Rodriguez (23 January 2009). "Talento doméstico". El Tiempo (in Spanish)
  8. ^ a b Latin American Art Song Alliance. Advisory Members
  9. ^ "E.Y.E.". eyecatalunya.com. Retrieved 2017-03-01. 
  10. ^ "Patricia Caicedo presenta el primer libro sobre la canción artística en Latinoamérica - Casa Amèrica Catalunya". Casa Amèrica Catalunya. Retrieved 2017-03-01. 
  11. ^ Hoover, Maya F. (2010). A Guide to the Latin American Art Song Repertoire, p. xvii. Indiana University Press
  12. ^ Hoover, Maya (2010-01-01). A Guide to the Latin American Art Song Repertoire: An Annotated Catalog of Twentieth-century Art Songs for Voice and Piano. Indiana University Press. ISBN 0253221382. 
  13. ^ Judith, Carman, (2009-11-01). "[THE COLOMBIAN ART SONG]: Jaime León: Analysis and Compilation of His Works for Voice and Piano, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2". Journal of Singing. 66 (2). ISSN 1086-7732. 
  14. ^ La canción artística colombiana: Jaime León, análisis y compilación de su obra para voz y piano = The Colombian art song : Jaime León, analysis and compilation of his works for voice and piano, Mundo Arts Publications, 2009-01-01, ISBN 9780981720401, retrieved 2017-03-01 
  15. ^ Caicedo, Patricia (2014-01-01). Barcelona Festival of Song: construyendo una narrativa para la canción artística ibérica y latinoamericana. Barcelona ; New York: Mundo Arts. ISBN 9780981720487. 
  16. ^ "La Cancion Artistica" (PDF). UTEXAS EDUCATION. 
  17. ^ "12/12:: Concert de presentació dels CDs de cançons de dones compositores de Catalunya i Amèrica Llatina". Retrieved 2017-03-01. 
  18. ^ "Miraba la Noche el Alma: Art Songs By Latin American & Iberian Women Composers by Patricia Caicedo & Nikos Stavlas on Apple Music". iTunes. Retrieved 2017-03-01. 
  19. ^ "Anna Cazurra". www.lamadeguido.com. Retrieved 2017-03-01. 
  20. ^ "Amb Veu de Dona: Catalan Art Songs By Women Composers by Patricia Caicedo, Nikos Stavlas & Lenine Santos on Apple Music". iTunes. Retrieved 2017-03-01. 
  21. ^ ATI. "Presentació del CD de Patricia Caicedo "De Catalunya vinc..." / Activitats / Visita'ns / Inici - Biblioteca Nacional de Catalunya". www.bnc.cat (in cat-ES). Retrieved 2017-03-01. 
  22. ^ "De Mi Corazón Latino de Patricia Caicedo en Apple Music". iTunes (in Spanish). Retrieved 2017-03-01. 
  23. ^ Kulp, Jonathan (2007-05-10). "A Mi Ciudad Nativa/To My Native City: Art Songs of Latin America. Volume 2 (review)". Latin American Music Review. 27 (2): 240–242. ISSN 1536-0199. doi:10.1353/lat.2007.0006. 
  24. ^ a b Kulp, Jonathan (2006). "A Mi Ciudad Nativa/To My Native City: Art Songs of Latin America. Volume 2 (review)" Latin American Music Review, Vol. 27, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2006, pp. 240-242 (subscription required for full access)
  25. ^ "Lied- Art Songs of Latin America / Canciones Del Arte De América Latina by Patricia Caicedo - soprano Pau Casan - piano on Apple Music". iTunes. Retrieved 2017-03-01. 

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