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Argentine composer Pablo Ziegler is best recognized as the most popular Nuevo tango artist, having acquired strong skills and reputation for working as a regular pianist for famous bandoneon player and Argentine tango composer Astor Pantaleon Piazzolla. His most notable recordings with the latter include La Camorra, Tango: Zero Hour and The Central Part Concert. His most well-known songs include Michelangelo 70, Muchacha de Boedo, Once Again…Milonga, Milonga en el Viento, and Desde Otros Tiempos among many others.
Ziegler’s recordings as a bandleader include the Buenos Aires Report, Tango and all the Jazz, 2003 Bajo Cero, Asfalto: Street Tango and 1999 Quintet of New Tango. His 2005 album release titled Bajo Cero brought him a Latin Grammy in the category of Best Tango Album. Since 1990, he has been performing with the world’s most renowned orchestras including North Country Chamber Players of New Hampshire and Vermont, Brazil’s Jazz Sinfonica Orchestra, South Carolina’s Charleston Symphony Orchestra, Amsterdam’s Metropol Orchestra, Korea’s Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, Noruega’s Stavanger Symphonic Orchestra, Turkey’s Presidential Symphony Orchestra, Australia’s Sydney Symphonic Orchestra, New York’s Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, and Massachusetts’ Andover Chamber Music Series, among many others. Pablo Ziegler tickets have been celebrated as quite the classic Nuevo tango treat among tango fans since as early as the nineties.
Pablo Ziegler worked as a regular pianist for Piazzolla starting from 1978, until the maestro retired from music due to health issues in 1989. During this time he also performed with Piazzolla’s newly re-united group Conjunto 9, for a concert in Teatro Colon with the famous Buenos Aires Philharmonic. Two year later, Ziegler composed music for the feature film Adios Roberto and by 1990 he had already established his New Tango Quartet. At the start of 1993, he received an invitation from the Argentine Foreign Office that wanted him to render homage to Piazolla at Brazil’s Villalobos National Auditorium, where he performed with bandoneon player Nestor Marconi and Cuarteto Nuevo Tango. Towards the end of 1993, the artist completed his first tour across Europe, during which he performed in Franfurt, Athens in Greece, Kalsrhue in Germany, Milan, and London.
Based in New York and Buenos Aires, Pablo Ziegler performs styles featuring bold metallically lyrical and percussive characteristics that resemble similarities to the musical techniques of Bill Evans as well as Vladimir Horowitz. As a composer, Ziegler has taken after Piazzolla’s characteristic contrapuntal approach towards tango music, to which the former has added more jazz-oriented elements. He has achieved such an effect with frequent use of drumkits, extended passages for improvisation and less pronounced harmonies that resemble those applied in Bossa Nova. Having created such an intriguing and distinct sound by bridging together New Tango, Jazz and improvisation techniques that were personified by his mentor, Ziegler has gained more success with his record Bajo Cero. In March 2009, he performed for Tango Meets Jazz show in San Francisco at the Herbst Theatre, where he played alongside Nestor Torres.
Pablo Ziegler has performed in various festivals around the globe including Long Island’s Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival, and Connecticut’s Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Denver’s Botanic Garden Summer Series, Chicago’s Ravinia Festival, Huntington Arts Festival and others. The music maestro is soon to perform another exciting series of concerts so make sure to grab some cheap Pablo Ziegler tickets in time.