Members featured in the album
NAHUEL CARFI - Piano, synths, Rhodes piano, electronic drums and vocals
JULIÁN GALAY - Bass
AGUSTÍN LUMERMAN - Drums
JOAQUÍN CHIBÁN - Violin
IGNACIO GOBBI - Viola
PABLO GARCÍA “enelotromundo” - Cello
NÁ OZZETTI - Vocals
BENJAMIM TAUBKIN - Rhodes piano and piano
LEO MASLÍAH - Piano
NICOLÁS RALLIS - Acoustic guitar and chorus
LAUTARO MATUTE - Electric & acoustic guitar
MANUEL RODRÍGUEZ RIVA - Clarinet
MARÍA PIEN - Chorus
AGUSTÍN BUCICH - Electric guitar and chours
BRUNO D'AMBROSIO - Cello
Pianist, composer, producer and musical arranger. Since 2006, plays an intense work in the field of contemporary popular music by the Ensamble Chancho a Cuerda, with whom he has released 3 albums: “Contrastes” (2010, UMI), “Subversiones” (2012, Vinilo Discos, Premio Gardel 2013) y “Deconstrucción” (2014, NoSeso Records, nominated for the Gardel Awards 2015).
In the field of academic music he joined the Orquesta de Cámara La Tribu for interpretation, composition and recording of the work “El fin de la radio”, presented in 2009 at the Faculty of Law of the UBA and later edited independently. He also helped edit the album “Orquesta música nueva” (2010, Música Nueva), for which he participated as a pianist and also includes a chamber work of authorship, “Emboscada”.
As an instrumentalist he recorded with a Ciruelo in the album "The Belly of the Whale" “El vientre de la ballena” (2014, Elefante en la Habitación!) and has played celebrated musical projects, as Octafonic (directed by Nicolás Sorín) among many others.
Since 2011 develops his solo career in the context of contemporary song, accompanied by piano and / or small instrumental groups. Their songs are characterized by creating intimate climates where voice and piano dialogue, meet, discuss and intermingle merging different genres and expressions of popular music.
He is currently presenting his first album, “Pianos” (Elefante en la Habitación!, 2016) that has the presence of prestigious international guests as Leo Maslíah (Uruguay), Benjamim Taubkin (Brazil) and Ná Ozzetti (Brazil).
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