Miguel Angel Pesce, Gitarre ( Buenos Aires ) konzertiert mit Leila Rivas, Gesang und Michael Schneider, Violoncello, Kontrabass im „Querklang am Berghang“ am 7.11.2014 um 20 Uhr in der Evangelischen Bergkirche Schlierbach

Miguel Pesce: Lead Guitar and music teacher in Argentina (Tango and Folklore)
In its new tour of European countries, 2011, will present his new album „Strung on Footprint“ where the performer evokes the wide musical tradition of their country. The artist is Auspice by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Argentina.
He has been invited in several opportunities to take part in Internacional Festival of “Guitarras del Mundo” by Juan Falú and the National Secretary of Culture, as well as he has been chosen to take part in the program of “Bares Notables Históricos de la Ciudad”
In his two trips to Europe he made performances with Rubén Russo in the principal cities of Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Denmark, Netherlands, Greece, Italy, and Luxemburg, introducing the CD of Tangos and Milongas called “Vieja Casa”, and being sponsoud by the foreign issues of International Commerce and National Cult Ministry and the General Culture and Education of the Buenos Aires Province Direction.
Of special interest were, specially, the concerts he made in the University of Music of Bremen, Cervantes Cultural Center of Hamburg, EMOMA (Europa Museum of Modern Art). The Le Pont (Bruselas) Cultural Centre as a charity concert to help a children’s home “La Casita”(Bahia Blanca, Argentina) “Oaxaqueña home” a project to help children in México and “Odin Theatre in Holstebró (Denmark).
He is a founding member of “Cuarteto Monserrat” with Vicente Correa (ex guitarist of Alfredo Zitarrosa), Gustavo Nasuti and Jorge Mazaet. This group was essential and of great importance on his artistic career because it has made him enhance and deepen in the way and rhythms of Argentinian Music with them he performanced in several concert halls in Buenos Aires, in the concert hall “Zitarrosa” in Montevideo, Uruguay. With this group he also made two cds, having Juán Falú and Silvia Iriondo as a special invitation in one of them.
He has a diploma in the Conservatory “Juán José Castro” (Buenos Aires) where he studied under the supervision of Victor Villadangos. He has also finished his studies in the College of Popular Music of Avellaneda with Armando Alonso (specially in Jazz) and he has studied with Rubén “Chocho” Ruiz and Anibal Arias in Tango.
He works as a guitarist teacher in Institutions dependant of Artistic Teaching of Buenos Aires Province Direction.
He has a trio with Pablo Fauaz and Gustvo Nasuti called “Manos Brujas”(Tango)


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