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Bandoneonist Daniel Binelli, pianist Polly Ferman and guitarist Eduardo Isaac collaborate to recreate a repertoire ranging from old tango by Medizabal to compositions of the new century. The initial collaboration of Binelli and Isaac was the recording of the Double Concerto for Bandoneon and Guitar by Astor Piazzolla, with the Argentine National Symphony Orchestra in 1997. They later recorded this masterpiece of Argentine music with the Montréal Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Charles Dutoit for Decca. Ferman, having previously performed and recorded in duo with Binelli, joined these two outstanding musicians for Tango in Concierto at the Colon Theatre of Mar del Plata in 2004. With a multitude of individual recordings to their names, the trio is now recording their first CD together in Buenos Aires, for release in late 2006.

With his background as bandoneonist and his work on arrangements in the almost mythical orchestra of Osvaldo Pugliese,
Daniel Binelli toured the world as a member of the Sextet of the creator of nuevo tango, Astor Piazzolla. Always open to new ideas, this native of Buenos Aires creates brilliant compositions in Argentina’s contemporary idiom. One of the leading interpreters of the music of the Americas, Uruguayan pianist Polly Ferman captivates audiences with her illuminating performances of works by Gottschalk, Nazareth, Villa-Lobos, Ginastera and Piazzolla. Her mastery of this literature prompted The Japan Times to recognize her as a “Musical Ambassador of the Americas.”

A guitarist who honors the tradition of his instrument on the Rio de la Plata,
Eduardo Isaac’s interpretative excellence is met with great admiration from specialized critics. Considered one of a select group of new generation guitarists, he is often featured at major international festivals. International masters all, they perform the world over to wide acclaim. The trio merges the unlimited resources of the piano, guitar and bandoneon to delve into the language of tango in unexpected ways. With this exceptional ensemble, we enjoy the tense and obsessive pulse of the music of Buenos Aires, its provocative sadness and existential expression.




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