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He's an internationally recognized artist. He has received numerous prizes and awards, including the title of the Honorary Citizen of Dallas, (1988); Medal of St. Vladimir from the Russian Orthodox Church, (1988); Plaque of the Catalan Catholic Church Council, (1995); Membership in the Royal Order of Christopher Columbus, TX, (1999); the Golden Key and Honorary Citizen of the city of Corpus Christi, TX, (2000); Medal and Diploma of the US Military Academy of West Point, (2001); Honorary Membership in the “Viva la Musica Club”, WA, (2003); Honorary Membership in the Spain Association of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle, (2007); Diploma of the Spanish Cultural Association, Boston, (2010); Diploma of the Institute of Hispanic Culture, Houston (1994 and 2011); Certificate of “Recognition & Appreciation” for his labor in Norwich University, (US Military College), VT, as an extraordinary Cultural Ambassador, in 2009, 2011 and 2013; Diploma of the Institute of Fundamental Theology (from “The Society of Jesus”), Spain, (2015); He has been Cultural Ambassador of KWC, KY, (2012), and was distinguished with the “Tribute to Francesc de Paula Soler” of the US House of Representatives, (2001, 2002, 2004, 2008 & 2016), in recognition for his artistic merits.
Maestro Soler has been distinguished recently with the Diploma of the Columbus Sailing Association (TX); he has also received the Certificate of Cultural Ambassador of LACIA (IN).
He has recorded the CD Guitar Collection of Francesc de Paula Soler for Mel Bay Publications (US); the CD & DVD “The guitar with feeling”, and published by “Casa Beethoven Publicacions”, “Catalana de Ediciones Musicales”, “Tenora, Ediciones Musicales” and “Editorial Boileau” (Spain).
The Washington Post provided the following review: “Soler showed himself to be unusually sensitive to color and the rhapsodic rise and fall of the phrases” adding: “he played dazzling solos with his left hand on the fingerboard, unleashed a battery of right-hand percussive effects on the body of the guitar, and engaged in some creative pitch-bending on blues-tinged melodies”.
Called the new “Poet of the Guitar”, Maestro Soler's wide international activity as a performer has caused critics to hail him as one of the most notable artists of the guitar world.