Premiere of Daniel’s Tango for marimba and cello by Marcelo Nisinman

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The duo Stick&Bow spent two days in residency at the Conservatory of Lyon in France with celebrated bandoneon player and composer Marcelo Nisinman. Born and raised in Argentina Nisinman    studied the bandoneon with Julio Pane and composition with Guillermo Graetzer in Buenos Aries and Detlev Müller-Siemens in Basel collaborating with Martha Argerich, Gidon Kremer, Britten Sinfonia, Gary Burton, Fernando Suarez Paz, Assad Brothers, and the Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Charles Dutoit.

In preparation for the new show Bach&Forth, exploring the crossroads of humor, theater and music, Stick&Bow premiered at the renowned Lyon Biennale 2018, Nisinman’s version of Daniel’s Tango for marimba and cello written for them. The piece was ater performed in the cities of Nimes and Givry and also in Italy at the United World College of the Adriatic and at the Auditorium of Udine to great acclaim.

This same piece got later on premiered in Canada, on May 4th and 5th at two concerts organized by MIRA concert series in Montreal.