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Jorge Mendoza

Instrument: CelloAMT Products Used: S18C

“I can only describe your cello microphone as superb!  I have been using it for a year now, and it has been a delight for me and any sound engineer I have encountered.   I just came back from a twenty-seven-concert-tour around Mexico, and despite the fact I encountered the most challenging of different sound settings, your mic always saved the performance.  I own a fine cello made by Ann Cole, and it pours pure sonic honey, and your mic proyects it loud and clean.   Thank you so much for that.  The search is over!    AMT rules acoustic.” – Jorge Mendoza

JORGE MENDOZA. Mexican cellist/composer with a strong academic background including a Doctorate in Music (University of Texas at Austin, 1994),   as well as a professional career, all which is rapidly placing him among the top cellists in his country.   Acclaimed by music critics as “…. owner of a profound sound, impeccable technique and excellent musicianship”, Jorge Mendoza has demonstrated to have a refined sense of the styles with great musical temperament, hailed by the press as an interpreter “….with great fidelity and virtuosity”, and with epithets such as “….the magic sound of his cello”, “the star of the night” and “the dramatic and sublime cello of Jorge Mendoza”.

He is currently Professor at the University of Guadalajara.    Has been Principal Cellist with several orchestras in Mexico (Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco, 1994-98) and in the U. S. A.   Appearances as soloist with a number of orchestras, and as recitalist, his performances in the world of classical music are events which rise high expectations.

As the leader of the project Celloquium, he has presented his original compositions in public forums, theaters, and concert halls, all around Mexico, Paraguay and California, with great acceptance of public and critics. Celloquium was chosen to close the Jazzeando Festival 2004, in Mexico City. The article “MERGING LANES, Mexican jazz cellist Jorge Mendoza moves out and up” which included the reproduction of his piece Brisa de Vallarta, appeared in the prestigious STRINGS Magazine in the October 2004 issue.