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Puente Celeste

Puente Celeste

Puente Celeste


Puente Celeste is a music band originated in 1997, in Buenos Aires, that performs both instrumental and vocal music. Its original proposal, cosmopolitan and yet profoundly Argentinean, combines in a natural way elements from the most different kinds of music around the globe, original themes and melodies, instruments from many cultures, solos and group improvisations, poetry, energy and sensitivity, complexity but also simplicity. Marcelo Moguilevsky Read more on Last.fm
Puente Celeste is a music band originated in 1997, in Buenos Aires, that performs both instrumental and vocal music. Its original proposal, cosmopolitan and yet profoundly Argentinean, combines in a natural way elements from the most different kinds of music around the globe, original themes and melodies, instruments from many cultures, solos and group improvisations, poetry, energy and sensitivity, complexity but also simplicity. Marcelo Moguilevsky clarinet, bass clarinet, harmonica, soprano sax, bag pipes and recorder. Luciano Dyzenchauz double bass, percussion and berimbao. Lucas Nikotián accordion, piano and flutes. Edgardo Cardozo guitar, requinto, accordion, cajón and voice. Santiago Vazquez percussion, berimbao, mbira, tablas, guitar and voice. Its members have varied since its appearance in Buenos Aires’ scene with its first album (Santiago Vazquez & Puente Celeste, awarded Best album and 1998 Jazz Revelation by the newspaper Clarín), always with the contributions from some of the most original and recognized musicians in Buenos Aires. Based on the broad education of its members, all of them multi-instrumentalists, Puente Celeste explores exquisite sound combinations towards compositions of great melodic and rhythmic value, also leaving space for instrumental dialogue, where the personality and virtuosity of the musicians are displayed. Puente Celeste’s musical influences come all the way from Asia, Africa, Oceania, Europe and, of course, America. From Argentinean folklore and tango to jazz and XX century’s classical music. Old and contemporary music throughout out the world.

From composers like Stravinsky, Messiaen, Miles Davis, Hermeto Pascoal or Ralph Towner, to millenary melodies by unknown authors. FORMER MEMBERS Some of the musicians that have been part of Puente Celeste until today, are: Alejandro Franov, Dante Yenque, Gustavo Ridilenir, Javier Casalla, Sergio Verdinelli, Facundo Guevara, Martín Pantyrer, Andrés Inchausti, Pablo Mainetti, Martín Iannaccone, Manuel Miranda, Rodrigo Domínguez, Javier Mattanó y Mariano Domínguez. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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