Myriam García Fidalgo is a cellist specialized in contemporary music. Member of Schallfeld Ensemble, Nou Ensemble and Ensemble Zeitfluss, she also performs with groups including Klangforum Wien or Platypus Ensemble.
After finishing her Grado Superior studies in the Conservatorio Superior de Salamanca (Spain) she moved to Austria. She studied with Andreas Pözlberger in the Anton Brucker University Linz, where she obtained the Master of Arts with honors. Later, she studied the Master “Performance Practice in Contemporary Music” at the University of Graz under the guidance of Klangforum Wien, graduating also with honors.
Especially interested in contemporary music, she studied with Andreas Lindenbaum and Benedikt Leitner, and has participated in courses such as the IMD Darmstadt (Lucas Fels), Impuls (Roham de Saram), Acanthes (A. Karttunen), Ensemble Modern Akademie Klangspuren or Ensemble-Akademie Freiburg (Ensemble Recherche).
She has performed in Festivals such as Wien Modern, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Wiener Festwochen, Darmstadt Festival, Musikprotokoll Graz, Klangspuren Schwaz, Shangai Spring Festival, Daegu Festival for Contemporary Music, Biennale Zagreb, Open Music Graz, Fast-Forward Wien, Escena Contemporánea Madrid, EMA Festival, Festival Bernaola, Festival Internacional Zemos98 or Mostra Sonora de Sueca.
As a solist, she has performed in the pieces “Berge. Träume” (K. Lang),“Harold in Italien” (C. Eftimiou) and “Eros” (Luis de Pablo).
In 2017 she has been awarded with the “Startstipendium” from the Austrian Ministry for Arts and Culture.