Cuartetango released its first album L'Atelier on EMI Classics and has been featured in the Sala Grande of the Teatro Colon Opera House in Buenos Aires, the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and The Metropolitan Museum in New York, Chautauqua Institution, Cleveland Museum of Art, Buenos Aires Tango Festival, in a PBS WHYY special, Emmy-winning TV special "Rhythm & Roots," on WQXR, National Radio in Argentina and live at the 13th Latin Grammy Awards Ceremony, following a double nomination for its 2012 album Masters of Bandoneon, as Best Tango Album and Best Classical Contemporary Composition.
The quartet's repertoire includes award-winning arrangements of timeless tango classics, as well new compositions in programs that range from instrumental and vocal to multi-disciplinary. The culturally enriching concerts have a personal touch and allow audience members to connect with the music and its intimate stories or in the words of Wynton Marsalis, Artistic Director of Jazz At Lincoln Center, "Leonardo possesses a unique spirit and is a virtuoso extraordinaire on the violin…. he shows us how easily we can communicate across cultures if the desire and effort are there."
RESIDENCY, MASTER CLASSES & LECTURES
Information brochure available upon request
CUARTETANGO STRING QUARTET
Leonardo Suarez Paz, violin & voice
Hector Omar Falcon, violin
Ron Lawrence, viola
Danny Miller, cello
4 ARTISTS/ Additional Artists for special programs
Cuartetango S. Q. - 4 artists
Cuartetango S. Q. + Bandoneon/Piano - 5 artists
Cuartetango S. Q. + Bandoneon + Tango Dance - 6 artists
IDEAL FOR: dance series, classical series, crossover series, chamber music, world music series, crossover, new music, special programs. Technical requirements - recital halls, large or small theaters.
available for single engagements
October, November, December 2019/2020
February, March 2019/2020
South America: February 2020
Europe: September 2019/2020