2018-04-21 Lateinamerikanische Affinität mit Martin Sued und Guanduo

„Einer der herausragendsten argentinischen Badoneon-Spieler der Gegenwart lädt das brasilianische Gitarrenduo von Juliano Camara und Eduardo Pinheiro ein.“

Martin Sued is a bandoneon player and composer from Argentina. He leads Tatadios Cuarteto since ten years ago, with whom he has two albums recorded. He is part of Chiche Trio, with Sergio Verdinelli and Juan Pablo di Leone, and Sued-Nikitoff duo, being both projects winners of the Fondo Nacional de las Artes Award.
Since 2014 he performs frequently in Argentina, Brasil, USA and Europe, playing own compositions in a bandoneon solo set.
As a bandoneon player, he has colaborated, both in concerts and recordings, with such artists as Milton Nascimento, Gilberto Gil, Zeca Pagodinho, Yamandú Costa, Guillermo Klein, Miguel Zenon, Seamus Blake, Diego Schissi, Liliana Herrero, Silvia Iriondo, Mono Fontana, Daniel Binelli, Osvaldo Fattoruso, among many others.

Videos:

Martín Sued – „Reloj de agua“
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5Tzg7OlNWE

CHICHE TRÍO – „Hormiga“ (Martín Sued)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3PyNT6YC0M

Guanduo – „Suíte compartilhada“
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohxFULk6-vw

Guanduo: „Guanduo is made up of the musicians Juliano Camara and Eduardo Pinheiro, two guitarists, composers, and friends since the most tender of ages. The year of 2015 dates the birth of their first album entitled “Inventos”. Having a passion for popular Brazilian culture and for its diverse manifestations, the duo searches in the popular raw material the essence of their compositions.
In 2015, Guanduo was one of the winners of the XV Prêmio BDMG Instrumental, one of the principal competitions of instrumental music that happens in Brazil and in the same competition they were nominated for the prize “Melhor Arranjador” (Best Arranger). In the same year, the young musicians were finalists in the Violão Sem Fronteiras competition, promoted by the Assad brothers and in the 1º Circuito de Música Acústica de Minas Gerais. In 2016, they were the winners of the MIMO Instrumental prize and the 7th edition of the FAM (Festival da Alta Mogiana) competition in the “Composição Instrumental” (Instrumental Composition) category. The duo has already performed in some of Brazil’s most important stages and festivals such as the Instrumental SESC Brasil, MIMO Festival, Casa do Choro, Centro Cultural da Justiça Federal and Savassi Festival. In 2017 the duo is performing a master degree in the Dresden University of Music (Germany) and has realized concerts over the Europe.“

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