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Luis Zea studied in Caracas with Leopoldo Igarza, Antonio Lauro and Alirio Diaz. In England he also worked with John Duarte and completed his musical education at the Universities of London and Reading.
Luis Zea has been invited as soloist and jury member of many prestigious international festivals and competitions worldwide, and since 1976 has regularly performed and given master classes in Europe, South America, and the USA. In 1983 he recorded his first album at Abbey Road Studios in London and most recently he completed a CD with music by European and Latin American composers.
Luis Zea is the coauthor (with J. Duarte) of the book "The Guitarist's Hands" published by Universal Edition (1978) and has written numerous articles for several international guitar jornals such as Classical Guitar, Guitar International, Gitarre und Laute and the EGTA Journal. Between 1997 and 1998 he was appointed as Visiting Professor at the renowned Indiana University School of Music (Bloomington, USA), where he replaced Ernesto Bitetti while on sabbatical leave.
Luis Zea lives in Caracas where he is active as a performing artist and teaches at the Instituto Universitario de Estudios Musicales (IUDEM) and Colegio Emil Friedmann. The world famous Cuban composer Leo Brouwer has described Luis Zea as "the ideal soloist"
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