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Aaron Olguin

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During his studies with Jeff Bradetich at the University of North Texas, Aaron won 1st Prize in the double bass senior division of the American String Teacher Association National Solo Competition in 2015. He is also a three-year semi-finalist at the Sphinx International Concerto Competition where he received second prize, audience choice award, and a major grant to tour the US and Canada. Aaron was also named first prize in the 2018 Ann and Charles Eisemann International concerto competition. This award granted him his debut appearance with the Richardson symphony performing the Andres Martin Concerto for Double Bass and Orchestra.

During the summer of 2017 Aaron was named the winner of the prestigious International Society of Bassists Solo Competition competing against the top bass players in the world. This award granted him a recital at the ISB Convention at Indiana University in 2019. Following that, at the Orford Music Academy he was named 3rd place winner among other instrumentalists and won the Orford Music Prize Audience Choice award. At the end of his studies, Aaron was appointed Principal bass of the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra in Trondheim, Norway and began with the symphony during their 2019 season.

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