A widely recognized Violinist and recording artist. Jaime Mansilla has performed concerts in 30 different countries, and in the best concert halls of the world, including appearances at Carnegie Hall Theater and the United Nations in New York, USA. Place des Arts- Montreal, Canada, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. Martinu Hall in Prague, Czech Republic, Bartok Radio Hall in Budapest, Hungary, Jagellonian University in Krakow, Poland and many others. He has performed extensively throughout Europe, with concert appearances in Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Holland and Switzerland, to name a few. Over the course of his career, Mr. Mansilla has shared the stage with the giants of the music world such as Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo, Tony Bennett, Donna Summer, Itzhak Perlman,  Joshua Bell and many others artists. In 1986, he was invited to become a member of the World Philharmonic Orchestra in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, under the baton of Lorin Maazel. His career as a concertmaster is equally impressive. Some of his past positions include Concertmaster for the Orchestra of Opera and Ballet in the Nico Malan theater in Cape Town, South Africa, the Symphonic Orchestra of Chile, Concertmaster for the Philharmonic Orchestra of Santiago etc.

Was founder, conductor and soloist of the chamber orchestra of Municipal Theater of Santiago, with witch one he performed per years in many series of concerts, tours, recordings, and spectacular projects as the "first world concert in Antarctic territory" (1993), "concerts in the highlands of South America" (1995), "the most southern concerts in the world" (1996) etc. 

Also was founder and conductor of the Johann Strauss Chamber Orchestra in Chile, with which one performed in massive events for Radio and TV, and many concert tours per years along of South America.

In USA has been Concertmaster, and regular member of many orchestras (Opera and Symphonic) collaborating permanently with them until present.

In 1992, he played in Carnegie Hall and drew the positive reviews from the New York Times including an accolade as “a superb technician”. In 1993 he performed in the first concert ever to be held in the world in the Antarctic territory, serving as soloist and conductor. This landmark performance was covered for CNN, BBC of London and all the South American press outlets for radio and television. 

The year 1992 he was awarded with the Prize of the Critics of Chile and the National Prize of Music.

In 2000 he was awarded the "Altazor Prize" with the Ensamble Bartok for his work by 12 years in the contemporary music, collaborating with composers of South America and USA. 

Mr. Mansilla has a Bachelor Degree from the Catholic University of Santiago in Chile, and also in the School of Music of  Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, USA, where he studied with American virtuosy Daniel Heifetz.

His repertoire includes complete cycles of sonatas such as Beethoven, Schumann, Grieg, Bach, Vivaldi, Schubert, Brahms, etc. and concertos for violin and orchestra by Vivaldi, Leclair, Bach, Mozart, Paganini in D, Tchaikovsky, Mendelssohn, Brahms and Beethoven.  

His new releases 2018 recorded with the NYPhilarmonia Orchestra include tunes from famous operas such as "Carmen", "Traviata", "Madame Butterfly", "Turandot", "Hoffmann's Tales" (Barcarolle), and "Stravaganza 3" Violin Concerto by Vivaldi . His 2018 recordings are already available on iTunes Apple Music, Amazon & Spotify, as well as his older albums such "Four Seasons", "Beethoven Violin Sonatas", "Magic Violin", "Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto" etc.

Mr. Mansilla play and record his Music in an old Violin A. Stradivarius, crafted in 1701 in Cremona, Italy.

He lives in USA, where is a frequent performer like musician and recording artist.

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