Bandoneon Virtuoso and Composer Daniel Binelli Featured on Tango Metropolis Performances in Madrid

Daniel Binelli
Argentinean bandoneon virtuoso and composer Daniel Binelli is a featured performer and composer on Tango Metropolis’ current run of shows from February 16 through March 6 at Teatros del Canal, Cea Bermúdez 1 in Madrid, Spain.

Tango Metropolis is a highly innovative tango show created by Music Director Daniel Binelli, Choreographer and Stage Director Pilar Alvarez, and Artistic Director Claudio Hoffmann.

Using music by Binelli, Piazzolla, Salgan, Mores, Firpo, Gardel and others, it adds new musical and choreographic forms of tango, dynamically and theatrically expressed, to the traditional repertoire.

Daniel Binelli is an internationally renowned master of the bandoneon, acclaimed as one of the foremost exponents and torch bearer of the music of Astor Piazzolla. As a composer, many international orchestras, ensembles, Tango companies and soloists have commissioned and/or performed his works, including the Zurich Symphony, Edmonton Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, Colorado Music Festival, Montevideo Philharmonic, Colombia Symphony, and Buglisi/Foreman Dance Company as well as Osvaldo Pugliese Orquesta Tipica (Argentina) and Tango 7 (Switzerland). Visit his website at http://www.danielbinelli.com.

He is featured on the 2011 album Astor Piazzolla – Sinfonia Buenos Aires. Daniel Binelli is soloist in Piazzolla’s Bandoneón Concerto, nicknamed ‘Aconcagua,” with conductor Giancarlo Guerrero and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra. Other works on the disk are Sinfonía Buenos Aires and Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas (The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires).

Tickets and more information the Madrid performances at http://www.teatroscanal.com.

Author: World Music Central News Department

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