Mexican musicians died in Aviation accident or incident

Here are 2 famous musicians from Mexico died in Aviation accident or incident:

Eduardo Mata

Eduardo Mata (September 5, 1942 Mexico City-January 4, 1995) also known as Mata, Eduardo was a Mexican conductor.

His albums: Chausson: Symphony in B-flat / Ibert: Escales & Divertissement, The Great Composers, Volume 45: Enigma Variations, op. 36 / Pomp and Circumstance, op. 39 no. 1, , Symphonies Nos. 1, 2, & 3, The Planets, Capriccio Italien / A Night on Bare Mountain / The Sorcerer's Apprentice / Roumanian Rhapsody No. 1, , , and Carmina Burana. Genres: 20th-century classical music and Ballet.

Eduardo Mata was born into a family of musicians and began studying piano and violin at a young age. He eventually decided to focus on conducting and went on to study at the Paris Conservatory and the Vatican Conservatory in Rome. Mata made his debut as a conductor with the Mexico City Philharmonic in 1967 and quickly rose to international prominence.

In addition to his extensive work as a conductor, Mata was also a composer and arranger, and he frequently incorporated Mexican folk music into his performances. He was particularly known for his interpretations of the works of modern composers such as Stravinsky, Bartok, and Shostakovich.

Tragically, Mata's life and career were cut short when he died in a plane crash in 1995. In honor of his legacy, the Eduardo Mata International Conducting Competition was established, which seeks to identify and support young conducting talent from around the world.

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Pedro Infante

Pedro Infante (November 18, 1917 Mazatlán-April 15, 1957 Mérida) a.k.a. Infante, Pedro, Pedro Infante Cruz or Idolo de Guamúchil was a Mexican singer and actor. He had six children, Pedro Infante Jr., Cruz Infante, Lupita Infante, Graciela Margarita, Guadalupe Infante Torrentera and Irma Infante.

His albums: Rancheras Immortales, Volume 2, Rancheras Inmortales, Volume 1, Rancheras Inmortales, Volume 3, Razones de Ser..., Las Románticas de Pedro Infante, El cantante del siglo, Querido Amigo, A Mi Pueblo Que Tanto Quiero... Boleros Y Rancheras, 15 inmortales and Adios mis chorreadas.

Pedro Infante was one of the most popular actors and singers in the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. He appeared in over 60 films, including "Los Tres Huastecos" and "Ahí Viene Martín Corona." Infante's voice was renowned for its smooth and deep qualities, and he became famous for his performances of rancheras, a genre of Mexican music that deals with the topic of love, nature and patriotism. He was awarded several honors, including Mexico's highest civilian award, the Belisario Domínguez Medal of Honor, after his tragic death in a plane crash at the age of 39. Even many years later, his music still remains popular with fans of all ages.

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