Notes & Reviews:
This new Tango music, rooted in Buenos Aires, expands through a variety of situations via my own style of breaking with the traditional "rules" of the "Musica Porteña". I try to avoid what is established as "Tango" because I believe that what is "Established" in Art is "Dead" in life, or dead in Tango. The Argentine writer Roberto Arlt inspired "El demonio del insomnio", "Argentinos en Europa", "Atenti nena que el tiempo pasa" and "La terrible sinceridad". Those four works belong to his "Aguafuertes Porteñas", written during the first half of the 20th c. in Buenos Aires. (Marcelo Nisinman)Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Liestal Musikschule, Switzerland (04/2009); The Jazzschule Basel, Switzerland (04/2009); Liestal Musikschule, Switzerland (2006-2007); The Jazzschule Basel, Switzerland (2006-2007).