Born in Chile, Rodrigo del Pozo studied singing, classical guitar and lute at the Universidad Catolica de Chile. He was awarded a scholarship to study the lute with Jakob Lindberg and singing with Nigel Rogers and with David Mason.
Currently he is the Head of Vocal Studies at Instituto de Música, Universidad Catolica de Chile.
He is regularly invited to give master classes and courses in Brazil at, “Oficina de Musica de Curitiba, Semanas de Musica Antiga da UFMG, Belo Horizonte and Encontro de Música Antiga de Recife/Olinda.
Rodrigo del Pozo has performed with most of the leading groups specialising in the Baroque repertoire, including Canzona under Theresa Caudle, Concerto Palatino under Bruce Dickey and Charles Toet, L’Ensemble Baroque de Limoges under Christophe Coin, the Gabrieli Consort under Paul McCreesh, the Israel Camerata under Avner Biron, the Harp Consort, The King’s Consort under Robert King, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment under René Jacobs, St James’s Baroque Players under Ivor Bolton and Tafelmusik under Jeanne Lamon.
Rodrigo del Pozo’s many recordings include credits for Auvidis-Atrée, DG, EMI, Harmonia Mundi, Hyperion, Etcetera label, Signum and Teledec as well as engagements on BBC Radio 3 and televison and radio stations in America and Europe. Most recently released are DENOYÉ − CORRETTE d’après VIVALDI, HOMMAGES with Le Parlement de Musique under Martin Gester on Ambronay Éditions, Claudio Monteverdi L'Orfeo wih The Taverner Consort and Players under Andrew ¨Parrot and “Las Ciudades de Oro” with L’harmonie des Saisons under Eric Milnes.