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Active in the creation and dissemination of new works that explore the cello in innovative ways and in multidisciplinary collaborations, Argentinian cellist Juan Sebastian has conducted a variety of projects on international stages in 22 different countries. Chosen by the CBC Radio Ideas to feature his artistic research throughout Canada, Juan Sebastian completed doctoral studies in performance at McGill Univeristy working with Matt Haimovitz. He has premiered Pájaro contra el borde de la noche for solo cello, ensemble and electronics by Luis Naon (Paris Conservatory), Cinco Tangos Apócrifos for cello and string orchestra by Jorge Bosso (2016) and Mientras, antes… for cello and piano by Gustavo Beytelmann (ex pianist of Astor Piazzolla). Invited to participate at the Creative Dialogues 2017, he worked with world-renowned composer Kaija Saariaho and premiered new chamber works for strings and electronics in Helinski, Finland. At the Lyon Biennale 2018, he premiered Daniel’s Tango for cello and marimba by composer Marcelo Nisinman. He is the cellist of Stick&Bow, a marimba-cello duo with percussionist Krystina Marcoux that was selected as Emerging Artists 2019-2020 of Jeneusses Musicale du Canada.

Brazil

2011

Roma

2011

Chile

2012

Boston

2011

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