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Lisandro Adrover

Lisandro Adrover

Biography Parallel with his career as a musician, Lisandro Adrover (Argentina, 1945) engaged himself in composing, arranging and conducting. This helped him establish a name for himself in the musical world, on both national and international levels. As a young boy he learned to master the bandoneon, and at the age of 14 he made […]

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Pablo Ziegler

Pablo Ziegler, Quique Sinese & Walter Castro

Biography Pablo Ziegler – piano Pablo Ziegler is the most important artist of the Tango Nuevo and Astor Piazzolla’s legitimate successor. He already played in several jazz ensembles when he was only 14 years old. In his younger days he composed for musicals, TV and movies and founded his first Trio, which combined classical music […]

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Amina Alaoui

Amina Alaoui

Biography Amina Alaoui, interpreter of Arab-Andalusian music and worldwide ambassador of this tradition, combines singing, composing and musicological research in order to deepen and further master her art. Her creativity and desire to renew are based on her own traditions. Amina Alaoui was born in Fez in Morocco and comes from an aristocratic family that […]

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Renato Borghetti

Renato Borghetti

Biography Renato Borghetti hails from southern Brazil, more precisely near the border with Argentina and Uruguay, and is of German-Italian ancestry. When he was 10 years old he started playing the “gaita ponto” as the diatonic harmonica is called in this region, and at the age of 21 he released his first album in 1984. […]

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Alexander Balanescu

Alexander Balanescu

Biography Alexander Balanescu & The Balanescu Quartet Alexander Balanescu is one of the most exciting violinists of our time with a clear vision. He is also a prolific composer.  He studied the violin at the Juilliard school in New York and was a member of the Arditti Quartet from 1983 until 1987. Hereafter he formed […]

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Gustavo Pazos Conde

Biography Gustavo Pazos, born inUruguay, came into contact with the guitar when he was a child and they have been inseparable ever since. He had his first classes from an old teacher in Montevideo, who helped him making the transition from classical guitar to the traditional gaucho guitar of the milonga, vidalita and estilo. Later […]

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