Alfredo is one of the most active Mexican performers in the last five years. He has studied and developed as a concert soloist; however, he also performs with orchestras and with chamber ensembles.
Originally from Tultepec, the State of Mexico, Alfredo Isaac Aguilar studied at the National Conservatory of Music in Mexico, the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris, "Alfred Cortot" and the International Summer Academy of the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, Austria. His teachers were, Luz Maria Puente, Jorge Federico Osorio, Aquiles Delle-Vigne and Germaine Mounier. He took courses with Bernard Flavigny, Jorg Demus, Eva Maria Zuk, Arie Vardi, Gyorgy Sandor, Cyprien Katsaris and Olivier Gardon, among others.
He earned his Master of Interpretation at UNAM and currently belongs to the concert of Fine Arts and teaches at the National Conservatory of Music.
Currently he participates in festivals and concert halls in Mexico City and throughout the entire country of Mexico. He has been soloist with the National Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonic of Mexico City, the Symphony Orchestra of Coyoacan, the Symphony Orchestra Carlos Chavez, the Symphony Orchestra of Aguascalientes, the Chamber Orchestra of Fine Arts, the Symphony Orchestra of Chihuahua and the Orchestra of the Academy Sofia, Bulgaria. As well, Alfredo has had the honor of performing under the baton of Enrique Arturo Diemecke, András Ligeti, Nada Matozevik, Jesus Medina, Román Revueltas, Marco Parisotto, Bartosz Zurakowski, Enrique Eduardo Garcia Barrios Barrios and others.
Alfredo has won the following awards: 2nd place at the National Piano Competition 1996, organized by the CONACULTA and the Symphony Orchestra of Coyoacan; Interpreters FONCA scholarship for 1997 and 2004; the FOCAEM three times; 1st Place at the National Chamber Music Competition CONACULTA-INBA 1997; 3rd Place at the Second National Piano Competition "Angelica Morales" 1998; 3rd Place at the National Piano Competition "Edward Grieg" 2001; 3rd Place at the Grand Prix of the Fifth International Piano Competition "Albert Roussel, Sofia" 2002 in Sofia, Bulgaria; 1st Place / Overall Winner of the Soloists Competition of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Mexico City, 2003.