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The project starts from the existing dialectic between tradition, originality and the production of new works at the present time of Tango. This production entails the difficulty of reconciling the spirit of works created in the last century with the sensitivity of a globalized Buenos Aires. Without incurring stereotypes, the essence of the works composed and performed by the group tries to preserve the aura that emanates from Tango

Damián Foretic – Bandoneon

Argentine bandoneon player graduated in 2009 at the Manuel de Falla Conservatory in Buenos Aires. He also studied bandoneon with: Juan José Mosalini, Lautaro Greco, Ramiro Boero, Rodolfo Daluisio, Federico Pereiro and Santiago Segret.

Since 2008 he integrates numerous tango ensembles such as: La Juan D´Arienzo Typical Orchestra, Pichuco Typical Orchestra, Nicolás Ledesma Typical Orchestra, Juan Pablo Navarro Typical Orchestra, Juan Pablo Gallardo Orchestra, Julián Hermida Quintet, Pablo Valle Sextet, Duo Woiz-Foretic, New Ramiro Gallo Quintet, Ariel Ardit Orchestra, Ramiro Gallo Archetypal Orchestra, El Arranque Orchestra, Tango Bardo Quartet, Old Vanguard Quintet, Argentine National Music Orchestra Juan de Dios Filiberto, Shino Quartet, among others.

During 2011 and 2012 he joined the Emilio Balcarce School Orchestra, conducted by Víctor Lavallén and with the participation of invited directors such as: Leopoldo Federico, Julio Pane, Roberto Álvarez, Pepe Colángelo, Mauricio Marcelli and Cesar Salgán. Integrating the company Tango Pasión and with different projects, he toured in more than 100 cities in countries such as: Russia, Poland, Finland, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, France, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, England, Morocco , United States, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Uruguay, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines and Japan.

He worked in Tango Shows in Buenos Aires such as: Café de los Angelitos, Esquina Homero Manzi, Piazzolla Tango, El viejo Almacén, La Ventana, Gala Tango, El Querandí, Bien de Tango, Hotel Faena, Complejo Tango, Madero Tango, Esquina Carlos Gardel, Cátulo Tango, Tango Porteño, Bs As passion of Tango, among others.

Germán Rudmisky – Double bass

He studied with the masters Ricardo Planas, Javier Dragún, Elián Ortíz and perfected in jazz with the teacher Jerónimo Carmona.

He is currently a stable member of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Buenos Aires, and has also integrated the National Symphony Orchestra and the Stable Orchestra of the Teatro Colón. He participated in several operas for the company “Buenos Aires Lirica”.

He has participated in different projects of Tango and Jazz like: The Tango Orchestra of UNA, the Juan D’Arienzo Typical Orchestra, Patricia Malanca Quinteto, Babú Cerviño Sexteto. He has recorded for different artists, among them: Martin Palmieri and his Misa Tango, Patricia Malanca, Lautaro Mazza, Los Cafres, Luciano Pereyra.

He has composed music for audiovisual productions, theater and radio. He is currently part of the jazz trio La Rumbe, and the Latin jazz quartet of Carolina Cohen.

Guillermo Olguín – Violin and Viola

He began his violin studies with Professor Carina Moreno, then with Masters Guillermo Sotelo, Alexandre Iakovlev, and Víctor Muradov, perfected in violin with Master Rafael Gíntoli, and in viola with Professor Verónica D’Amore and in Chamber Music with Master Alicia Belleville.

He is member of the Stable Orchestra of the Argentine Theater of La Plata. He joined the Mar del Plata Symphony Orchestra, Mar del Plata Municipal Tango Orchestra, Salta Symphony Orchestra, Camerata del Norte, Camerata Lyrum, San Juan Chamber Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, Avellaneda Symphony Orchestra, National Music Orchestra Popular “Juan de Dios Filiberto”, Philharmonic Orchestra of Buenos Aires, and the opera house of the Teatro Colón Theater.

As a teacher he worked in the Youth Orchestras of the city of Dolores, Mar del Plata, NecocheaHe acted as soloist in severals tango groups like: “Mar del Plata Sextet”, “Abran Cancha Sextet”, “2×4 Necochea Sextet”, “Pur-sang Quintet”, “Orquesta de la UNA”, “Rojo tango Quintet”, “Cepa de tango”

He participated in the recording of the album “Crónica” by Los Nocheros, acted as soloist in the ensemble of Juan Carlos Carabajal, and Amuyen group.

He also worked as a soloist in different tango houses in Buenos Aires such as: “El viejo Almacen”, “Taconeando”, “Hotel Faena”, “La Ventana” and “Gala Tango”

Ariel Pirotti – Piano and composition

Ariel Pirotti was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

He is a pianist, composer, arranger, orchestra director and teacher He is graduated in the bachelor’s degree of Musical Arts from the National University of the Arts (UNA) in Argentina.

He was nominated for the Latin Grammy 2017 in the category “Best Tango Album”.

He has received the 2016 Gardel Award, as the “Best New Tango Artist “.

He won the first prize for composition in the Tango category of the National Fund for the Arts 2020

He is currently developing a research project for his Doctorate of Arts thesis.