Antonio del Pino
Antonio del Pino, organ

Antonio del Pino


Antonio del Pino, a Ph.D. in Musicology from the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music in Rome, stands out as a violist, organist, and choral director.

His career includes participation in international festivals in Italy, such as Castelli d'Aria, Musica a Tramonti, and Fiori Musicali in Zurich, Switzerland, as well as festivals in Portugal, including São Vicente de Fora in Lisbon and the International Festival of Mafra, and in Switzerland, the International Music Festival of Rocca Massima.

He directs the choir of the Cathedral of Malaga, where he also serves as the organist and coordinates the spring organ cycle. A researcher funded by the Junta de Andalucía, he has excelled in projects related to the Malaga composer Juan B. Cansino Antolínez. He obtained a Master's degree in Gregorian Chant and Choir Direction in Milan, defending a thesis on the Aquitanian influence in the plainchant choirbooks of the Cathedral of Malaga.

As the founder of the Capilla Maestro Iribarren, he has collaborated with renowned musicians like Marco Frisina, organising world premieres. His editorial work encompasses articles and critical editions, and in 2019, he was awarded the prize for the Musical Achievement of the Year in Malaga.