Juanjo Domínguez is one of the most prominent argentine guitar players of all times with 40 years of experience. He is a virtuous and has an incredible talent. He masters all popular genres. Thanks to a paternity legacy Juanjo Domínguez was introduced to the guitar and the different musics of the world, loving specially worldwide popular music. It’s in the tango music where he flourishes though.
Maria Albistur is best known for her 'electronic tango, the talented Argentine has a long history mixing beats and groovy new sounds with more traditional forms of music. She's been in a series of experimental ensembles that have ranged from jazz and funk to Latin-African projects.
Musical education 1986: Begins, at the age of 8 years old, his studies of bandoneon with the professor Marcos Madrigal. 1989-1996: Begins and complete his studies in the National Conservatory of Music, with the professor Alejandro Barletta. Teaching Performance
Quinteto Real The Quinteto Real was formed in 1960 with the simple aim of making instrumental tangos designed for listening rather than dancing with space to display the virtuoso playing of its members: * Horacio Salgán, piano;
* Enrique Francini, violin;
The Nuevo Quinteto Real is the direct descendent of the original Quinteto Real. Like that group, it's aim is simple: to make instrumental tangos designed for listening rather than dancing in which the solos of its instrumentalists can shine. The group is made up of:
Pianist, leader, composer and arranger
(9 August 1906 - 6 March 1974) An innate faculty for musical invention and a delicate creative temper identified, from the very beginning, the characteristics of his oeuvre.
Argentinean diva Sandra Luna breathes life into contemporary tango on her debut international release, Tango Varon, weaving her brand of "Tango Cancion"---"sung" tango as opposed to tango for dancers--- around a mix of classic and contemporary tangos that will delight lovers of the genre.
This is one of the few tango singers alive from the big names of the thirties and forties. I saw him live in Feb 2009; Gustavo Santaolalla has gathered together all remaining tango legends in the double album "Café de los Maestros"; in Feb 2009 they performed live (for free) at the Buenos Aires Planetarium.