Piano Tango Seduction
|Title||Piano Tango Seduction|
|Release Date||Wednesday, November 25, 2015|
|Genre||Classical > Instrumental|
|Composers||Enrique Mario Casella, Juan Carlos Zorzi, José María Palazuelos, Jorge Pítari, Manuel Gómez Carrillo, Gisela García Gleria, Ernesto Drangosch, Athos Palma, Arnaldo D'Espósito, Constantino Gaito, Juan Carlos Paz, Gilardo Gilardi, Francisco Hargreaves|
|Copyright||© Tango Malambo Music|
Fine selection of tangos written for piano by Argentinian classical composers
Besides having the intention to disseminate tangos by important Argentinian classical composers, this selection is the result of a deep research made by the pianist on an almost unthrodden path: the subject of the relationship between classical composers and the tango along all times. These could not avoid the seduction power of tango music at all. Most of these scores are valuable manuscripts. The programme covers pieces from around the turn of the 19th to 20th century (N°3, 6, 8, 12), from the twenties (N°1, 2, 4, 10) and modern or contemporary (N°5, 7, 9, 11, 13). -------ESTELA TELERMAN studied with Dora Castro at the Municipal Conservatory of Music and completed her studies in Liberal Arts at the University of Buenos Aires. In New York, she specialized in Bach studies under Rosalyn Tureck. She was awarded the “Juan Carlos Paz-Prize" for her performance of contemporary piano music. She gave first performances in Argentina of Clara Schumann’s Concerto in a minor and Liszt’s Piano Concerto Nº 3. She frequently performs solo, chamber music recitals and with orchestras in Argentina. Estela Telerman concertized and lectured on Argentine music in halls and universities in Uruguay, Paraguay, the US, Canada, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Costa Rica, France, Italy, Holland, Spain, and Norway. In 2008 she was a member of the jury at the Washington International Piano Competition and performed Argentine music in New York and Washington DC. In 2009 she gave a conference on Argentine Piano Music at the EPTA 37th Conference in Prague. In 2011 she took part at the “Tango - Creations, Identifications, Disseminations ” International Conference held at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris. She taught seminars in 20th and 21st Century Latin American Music at the University of Cuenca Ecuador (2010, 2011, 2012), performed Argentine Music in New Zealand (2012) and clarinet-piano South American music in Italy (2013). She recorded the CD “Liszt Unknown”, a chamber music CD with the "Sine Nomine Trio" (clarinet-cello-piano) and two CDs devoted to her research on “Argentine Classical Composers and the Tango”. Interested in disseminating the Argentine Music Heritage, she founded and is a member of Argentmúsica, for the Preservation, Dissemination and Publishing of Argentine Music. She is a member of the board of ALAPP Argentina (Latin American Association of Pianists and Pedagogues), an Argentine EPTA branch (European Piano Teachers Association).