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Melody Quinteros

Melody Quinteros, a native of Buenos Aires, Argentina, embarked on her musical journey at a young age, beginning piano studies at six and subsequently taking up the violin at eight. Her dedication and talent led her to earn a degree from the Universidad Nacional de Arte in Buenos Aires and the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. Throughout her career, Melody has been the recipient of numerous scholarships for chamber music training and has further honed her skills through participation in several Master Classes focused on piano and violin.

Nicolas Maceratesi

Hailing from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Nicolas Maceratesi discovered his passion for music at the age of eleven. His formal musical education began at the Manuel de Falla Conservatory, where he laid the foundation for his artistry. Under the guidance of Marcos Madrigal, Nicolas honed his skills, setting the stage for a remarkable artistic journey.

Hugo Hoffmann

Hugo Hoffmann: Argentine pianist born on October 9, 1985, member and founder of the “Tango Bardo” quartet with whom he toured numerous countries in Europe, Asia and Latin America. Nominated for the renowned Gardel awards with the album TangoBardoCucuza. Director, arranger and pianist of the multi-award-winning tango musical comedy “Manzi, La vida en Orsai”. Arranger and Director of the musical comedy “Un Tango Italiano”.

Virgilio Monti

Virgilio Monti's musical journey has taken him from the halls of the Conservatorio di Musica "Giuseppe Verdi" in Milan, Italy, to stages worldwide. Armed with a degree in double bass and guided by Maestro Cosmo, Virgilio has honed his craft through specialized courses and collaborations with esteemed ensembles and orchestras.

Mariano Siccardi

Mariano Siccardi actor, pianist, Tango composer born in the city of Mar del Plata in 1980. Versatile, urban-trained musician, he started in the world of blues.

Javier Fernandez

Javier Fernandez is from Rosario, Argentina. He started learning the piano at the age of 6 with his father, who was a pianist himself. At that time, he was influenced mainly by tango, folclore, bossa nova and jazz. From age 12, he went to the musical college in Rosario, and in 1998 he began to study classical music at the National University of Rosario.

Gerardo Scaglione

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1979 and currently based in France. He studied at the “Juan José Castro” Buenos Aires Conservatoire under Maestro Ricardo Planas (Principal at the Colon Theater Orchestra). Simultaneously takes lessons in Tango style given by Horacio Cabarcos (Double Bass player at the Leopoldo Federico Orchestra).

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