Nico received his Bachelor’s of Music in performance from Kennesaw State University while studying under Atlanta Symphony violist Cathy Lynn. Mr. Hueso has also studied with renowned performers Helen Kim, Juan Ramirez, Francisco Caban, David Grimal, Elias Goldstein, and Henry Hutchinson. Hueso has participated in several prestigious music festivals including the Pablo Casals Chamber Music Festival in Prades, France, the Festival International de Huapango in Panuco, Mexico, the Programa Musica de Camera para Niños, FOSJA in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and the GMEA All College Orchestra 2011 as principal violist and soloist. Mr. Hueso has performed in master classes with the Ying Quartet, Eighth Blackbird, Pacifica Quartet, and Chilingirian Quartet, and he has been a finalist in the MTNA Chamber music competition. His extensive orchestral & chamber music experience includes performances at the Central Conservatory in Beijing, the People’s Theatre in Xi’an, and for the Confucius Institute of China, along with the Atlanta Virtuosi, Albany Symphony Orchestra, Georgia Symphony Orchestra, Old Globe Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Camarada Chamber Ensemble, the Athenaeum, Opera Neo, performing recitals at UCSD alongside Doctoral candidates, members of the San Diego Symphony, California Ballet, along with principal players of the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Vienna State Opera, amongst many others.
In addition to classical viola, Hueso freelances and records in multiple genres as a violinist, guitarist, & electric bassist; he has been a guest soloist with the rock band Kansas in 2011 for their Symphony Tour, has performed with Placido Domingo, rock band Disturbed, members of Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitclán & Nuevo Tecalitclán, tribute groups commemorating artists such as Otis Redding, and has collaborated with a number of up-and-coming pop and country artists, lending his skills as both a composer and studio musician. In addition to keeping a rigorous teaching and freelancing schedule, Hueso enjoys arranging, improvising and performing chamber music with his colleagues from Atlanta, San Diego, and Puerto Rico Symphonies.
Nico's past performances
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- We love playing outdoors but in lower temperatures please provide a heater for our musicians. Our musicians remain outdoors for more than an hour with an additional hour to set up before the appointment. The heater will keep them warm before and during their performance.