Featuring excerpts of perfomance with Montevideo Philharmonic, Garcia Vigil conductor. With Pilar Alvarez and Claudio Hoffmann in Tokyo, Japan.
Desde el Amor
Created and recorded in Valencia Spain at Jazzstone Studios, for The 15th Annual Latin American Cultural Week in NYC.
Maria de Buenos Aires Interview
Get to know the couple behind the music of modern-day tango.
Homage to Tango
Daniel Binelli’s Homage to Tango, double concerto for piano, bandoneon and orchestra, live performance.
Preludio & Candombe
Director Titular: Lanfranco Marcelletti
Bandoneon: Daniel Binelli
Piano: Polly Ferman
Orquesta Sinfonica de Xalapa
Buenos Aires Hora Cero
Asto Piazzolla’s Buenos Aires Hora Cero, arrangements by Daniel Binelli.
What the Press is Saying
“Masterly wedding of authentic native impulses in the context of a refined classical construction.”
La Nacion, Argentina
“Celebrating the release of new CD, New Tango Vision, Ferman played solo piano for an impassioned interpretation of Oblivion, yet without overstating the emotion or edge this work can inspire. Kudos to Binelli and Ferman for this rapturous concert of contemporary tango.”
Roberta in the Arts, USA
“With Binelli and Ferman’s teamwork, one missed none of the nostalgia, lyrical passion and throbbing dance rhythms that mark Piazzolla’s works.”
“The two musicians engaged in ravishing improvisatory flights of fancy that spelled pure jazz.”
The Washington Post, USA
“The transition from the voice of one instrument to the other is imperceptible, smooth and fluid. Polly’s pianissimos become rich echoes in the fine breath of Daniel’s bandoneon and vice versa. Mature teamwork is evidenced in the performance of this Duo, whose synergy is undeniable: the anticipation of the other’s interpretive emotion is no longer guesswork.”
Salvador De Maria y Campos Q. Festival Internacional Cervantino, Mexico
This is fully orchestral tango incorporating not only the progressive tango style which revolutionized the genre, but also the rich, classical tradition of Latin American composers and other Latin American musical forms such as the milonga and candombe. Featuring and highlighting the piano and bandoneon, the Montevideo Philharmonic sparkles with the rich, full-bodied color that only an orchestra can deliver. Sprinkling the album with some lilting waltzes, Orquestango explodes with passion wrapped up in red satin flair.