The works of Astor Piazolla
Flute and guitar
-Bordel 1900
-Cafe 1930
-Night club 1960
-Concert d'ajourd hui
-Fuga y misterio (piano

Intermission (15 minutes) 

flute and piano
Rapsodia porteña
Verano Porteño
Otoño Porteño
Invierno Porteño
Primavera Porteña
Milonga del Angel (guitar )

Total lenth: 11/2 hrs

EDUARDO TAMI (Buenos Aires, 31-01-1952)


1965: He began his flute studies at the Conservatory of music “Juan Jose Castro,” where he had some outstanding Argentine musicians as teachers such as Alfredo Iannelli, Raquel Arana Ines Gomez Carrillo, Djerko Spiller, Gerardo Gandini, etc.; from 1972 to 1980 Eduardo performed extensively with the conservatory’s chamber ensemble, in the city of Buenos Aires and in the central part of the country; 1980/82: Moved to Montevideo (Uruguay) - Master classes with Prof. Santiago Bosco; 1982: Moved back to Buenos Aires. 1st Flute, member of the V.B.A. Symphonic Orchestra.; 1975: Began teaching selected advanced flute students ; Performing as a popular music arranger and performer, he toured with several artists all over the country (Argentina). As a composer, producer and recorder of commercial music, in 1987, he created and hosted the “Ensamble de Camara de Vicente Lopez,” supported by the City Hall of the city of Vicente Lopez and sponsored by several private companies.

Musical Events Organization: 1995-1997: He took part in “Sognare Musica Internazionale,” an international organization that organized concerts, festivals, master classes, and facilitated exchanges of Argentine and Italian musicians; 1997-2001: With Daniel Goldstein, founded “El Sonido y El Tiempo”, a similar organization that had its main offices in Buenos Aires and subsidiaries in Sardinia and Milan (Italy); 1998: Joined pianist Alfredo Corral in a duo, and in 2000, they recorded their CD “Intermezzo,” which contains works by Astor Piazzolla, Carlos Guastavino, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Robert Schumann and Eduardo Tami.
Some of the most important recent performances in Argentina: Quilmes Cathedral, Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires, performing as soloist with V.B.A Symphonic Orchestra Andreani Auditorium (in Vicente López), Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires. Complejo Plaza Theatre (in the city of San Martín) Teatro Circular (Rosario). Circolo Italiano de Buenos Aires.  In other countries Museo de La Republica de Río de Janeiro (Brazil), Sala dei Marmi-Palazzollo della Provincia-Pescara (Italy), Sardinia (Italy).
European Tour in September 2001 with the Polish pianist Bartlomiej Kominek, performing the following dates in different places:  Polonia 6.09.01- Florianka Hall (Cracovia), 9.09.01 - Palacio Real (Varsovia) - Holland 14.09.01 - Aula Vrije School Mareland (Leiden) - 23.09.01 Het Paleis (La Haya) - 24.09.01 School Mareland (didactic concert).  January 2001: Appeared as performer and teacher in the 13º Curso Internacional de Música Scala in Juiz de Fora – MG Brasil

Eduardo has composed two Rhapsodies, one string quartet, and several pieces for flute and piano
Official Sponsors: Secretaría de Cultura de La Nación; Municipalidad de Vicente Lopez; Dirección de Asuntos Culturales de Cancillería Argentina.
May 2002: recording of CD "A dedo y a pulmon" with Mariano Castro; Oct/Nov. 2002: U.S. tour with Mariano Castro; May 2003: Tour of Ecuador; August 2003, he started contributing as a columnist to “Música” magazine, which is edited in Medellín, Colombia; Sept/Oct 2003: U.S. tour with Mariano Castro; Sept/Oct. 2004: 3rd U.S.A. tour; April 2005: he created the Tami Tango Trío with guitarist Pablo Fauaz, and pianist Federico “Tato” Pérez; May 2005, Recorded their CD “Ayer ”; 2005: U.S. tour; 2006 U.S. tour;
2007; U.S. tou; November 2007 becomes a Member of UBTango Orchestra conduced by Maestro Lucho Repetto



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