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HECTOR DEL CURTO TANGO QUINTET ft SANTIAGO DEL CURTO & special guest PAQUITO D'RIVERA

2019-04-17
Showtime: 10:30PM
Doors Open at 9:45PM

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$25.00 $35.00




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Hector Del Curto w/ Paquito D'Rivera
FEATURING:
Héctor Del Curto – bandoneon
Jisoo Ok – cello
Pedro Giraudo – Bass
Gustavo Casenave – piano
Sami Merdinian – violin
SPECIAL GUEST - PAQUITO D'RIVERA - saxophone
SPECIAL GUEST - SANTIAGO DEL CURTO - clarinet

Praised by the New York Times as a "splendid player," Grammy-winning bandoneonist, Héctor Del Curto is one of the most sought-after tango musician, recording artist and educator. He has performed with many renowned artists across musical genres and appeared with world's leading orchestras such as Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, Saint Louis Symphony, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.

Born in Argentina, Mr. Del Curto is a fourth-generation bandoneonist. At age 17, he won the title "Best Bandoneon Player Under 25" in Argentina and joined the orchestra of the "Last Giant of Tango," Osvaldo Pugliese.

In 1998, Mr. Del Curto became music director of Forever Tango, a Broadway hit that continues to tour the world. Soon after, he founded the Eternal Tango Orchestra, a ten-piece ensemble that debuted at New York’s Lincoln Center, and the Héctor Del Curto Tango Quintet. Both are featured on his self-produced albums, Eternal Piazzolla and Eternal Tango, which was profiled by BBC News and Public Radio International.

Mr. Del Curto has appeared on recordings with such artists as Osvaldo Pugliese, Astor Piazzolla, Paquito D'Rivera, Tito Puente, and Plácido Domingo. As part of the Pablo Ziegler Trio, he received a 2018 Grammy award for Jazz Tango.

Dedicated to the education, outreach, and the preservation of tango, Mr. Del Curto founded the Stowe Tango Music Festival, the premier tango music festival in the United States and produced its awarding-winning album: Live at the 2016 Stowe Tango Music Festival.

 

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