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Federico Chlopecki is an Orcheestral and Choral conductor native from La Plata (Buenos Aires, Argentina). He has earned his M.M. in Conducting at Temple University under the guidance of Dr. Paul Rardin.

During his time at Temple University, while acting as Teaching Assistant in conducting courses (advanced, intermediate, and basic) he has served as graduate assistant conductor for Temple University Opera, University Chorale, University Singers and Singing Owls. He also was the recipient of the Elaine Brown Award.

He graduated from the School of Fine Arts- University of La Plata (UNLP, Argentina), where he received degrees in Orchestral Conducting and Choral Conducting. 

He began his musical studies at the age of eleven, and at the age of twelve he entered the “Bachillerato de Bellas Artes” where he obtained his musical interpretation/performance oriented high school degree. 

He has taken private lessons of Orchestral Conducting with Mtro. Luis Gorelik (Orquesta Sinfónica de Entre Ríos – OSER) and Mtro. Pedro Ignacio Calderón (Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional – OSN). He has also participated in courses throughout Argentina and abroad numerous teachers, including Luis Gorelik, Ariel Alonso, Facundo Agudín, Annunziata Tomaro, Kirk Trevor, Glenn Block, Steen Lindholm. In addition,  he took piano lessons with Prof. Mónica Baitela, and singing lessons with Profs. Patricia González, Guillermo Saidón, Fernando Núñez and Silvana Spirito.

Among his work experience, some prominent jobs were conducting the "Orquesta Escuela de Lanús", the youth orchestra at the “Orquesta Escuela de Berisso”, the CLIMN Choir (from the Centro Literario Israelita “Max Nordau”), Centro Cultural Los Hornos choir (Municipality of La Plata). He taught music theory at the “Orquesta Escuela de Berisso” and was teaching assistant at the School of Fine Arts- University of La Plata. In 2017 he was designated assistant conductor of the Camerata Académica del Teatro Argentino (La Plata city). Lately, he's been appointed as Assitant Conductor at Juventus Lyrica in Buenos Aires.

He has taken part in many ensembles, including Tous Ensamble conducted by Emiliano Linares (award-winning in Ansilta, Certamen Internacional Coral de Trelew, AAMCANT), which took him to Europe twice.

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