Ensamble Nuevo Tango

Ensamble Nuevo Tango

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The Ensamble Nuevo Tango has succeeded in finding a new sound, which distinguishes them from many of the other established tango groups. This ensemble has through their specific tango interpretations gained a reputation of having contributed to the development of the contemporary tango.

Biography

Fernando Egozcue, Guitar
Studied music at the National Conservatory of Buenos Aires and at the Madrid Amamiel Conservatoire; he also studied counterpoint and composition with Guillermo Graetzer. Fernando won the First Prize at the National Guitar Competition in Argentina. He was a member of the Moldavsky-Egozcue Duo and of the ‘Buenos Aires Soloists’ ensemble, directed by Alberto Epelbaum. He has composed and recorded original soundtracks for films, (Los Pasos Perdidos by Manane Rodríguez) and theatre plays (The Life and Death of Pierre Paolo Passolini, Nobody’s Land and Lágrimas de Cera by Roberto Cerdá). He has also recorded the guitar soundtrack for films such as All About my Mother (Almodovar), La Lengua de las Mariposas (Jose Luis Cerda) and Flop (Eduardo Mignona). His Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra was premiered in 2004 at the National Music Auditorium, in Madrid. Fernando joined the ENT in 1998 as guitar soloist and composer for the group.
Eze Lezama, Oboe
Eze studied the oboe with Herman Erenhaus at the Lopez Buchardo Conservatoire, in Buenos Aires. He continued his music studies in London, the oboe with John Anderson and chamber music with Peter Thomas.
In Argentina he was first oboe with the Bahia Blanca Symphony Orchestra and the National Radio Symphony Orchestra, and in Spain he plays first oboe with the Madrid, RTVE, Malaga, Cordoba and Murcia Symphony orchestras.
He has toured South America and Europe with chamber music groups and as a soloist with symphony orchestras. He regularly plays contemporary music with the Modern Ensemble and other groups in Spain, Netherlands, and France. He has premiered several works for oboe. Eze also records regularly for RTV, National Ballet, as well as writing music for film and theatre. He teaches the oboe at the Madrid College of Creative Music.

Laura Pedreira, Piano
Laura studied the piano at the Lopez Buchardo Conservatoire, in Buenos Aires, and at the Amamiel Conservatoire, Madrid. She is a member of the Folk Latin-American Music Duo with whom she performs in Latin America and Europe. She also teaches at the Madrid College of Creative Music.
Víctor Ambroa, Violin
Started studying music with Victoriano Martin and later at the Madrid Conservatoire where he graduated with distinction. He won a scholarship to London to continue studying with Jose Luis Asencio. Victor has won several violin prizes and has worked with several symphony and chamber orchestras. He is now leader of the first violins in the Andres Segovia Chamber Orchestra and is also a member of the Cadaques Orchestra. He teaches violin at the Madrid Majadahonda Conservatoire. Victor has been a member of the ENT since July 2002.
Juan Pérez De Allbéniz, Cello
Graduated from the San Lorenzo del Escorial Conservatoire (Spain) and continued his post-graduate studies at the Amsterdam Conservatoire, studying with Dimitri Fershtman. He was a soloist with the Youth Orchestra of Spain and a member of the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester. He regularly works with the Symphony Orchestras of Galicia and Granada and with the Mallorca Illa Chamber Orchestra. He has been a member of the ENT since February 2001.
Miguel Rodrigáñez, Double Bass
Studied with Ruben Giorgis at the Escorial Conservatoire (Madrid) and later with Hansvov in Copenhagen and with Douglas McTier at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Miguel played with the National Youth Orchestra of Spain and now plays with various Symphony and chamber music orchestras.
Andy Aegerter, Drums and Percusion
Studied with Jorge Lichenstein and Luís Torre. He has been teaching drums and percussion at the Solathurm and Fryeburg Conservatoires (Switzerland) since 1990.

Discography

500 Motivaciones – Vaso Music, Madrid, Spain (2003)

Tango Directo – Musigrama, Spain (2003)