Alejandro Alberto Téllez Vargas was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to study a master’s degree in piano performance, with a related field of studies in music and medicine, at the University of North Texas (UNT). He completed a Ph.D. in Disability Studies in 2016 (University of Melbourne) and was an Endeavour Postgraduate Award Holder from 2012 to 2016 (Australian Government). He has taken masterclasses with Geoffrey Tozer, Leslie Howard, Peter Donohoe, Sergei Edelmann, Peter Jablonski, Santiago Rodríguez, Gregory Allen, and Stephen Hough.
In 2018, Routledge—one of the most prestigious publishers in the academic world—published his book, Disability and Music Performance, which explores the disabling barriers that musicians with an intellectual, physical, sensory, or neurological disability, or an acquired brain injury encounter in the world of classical music. He studied a bachelor’s degree in music performance at the Escuela Superior de Música (México). He currently works for the Department of Education (Victorian Government).
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Alejandro Téllez performs both well known and overlooked Latin American Piano Music.