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Pablo Ziegler Interview

My Story with Astor Piazzolla

BBC Proms "La Rayuela" (Pablo Ziegler)

Royal Albert Hall (London, UK)

Latin-Grammy Nominee Live Album

Amsterdam meets New Tango

Muziekgebouw, Netherland

Amsterdam Meets New Tango is a concert recording, but it feels more ambitious and purposeful than that. Not only do the soloists have plenty of room to tell their stories (check out the dialogue between Sinesi and Castro on “Blues Porteño”), Ziegler’s compositions are cinematic, conjuring pictures of the countryside (“Milonga”), a city’s dynamism (the itchy Buenos Aires tracks), an urban stroll at dusk (the sparkling “Places”) and romance (Ziegler and Sinesi’s “conversation,” set against the Orkest’s swooning strings on “Pájaro Ángel” is creamy, almost classical).

- Carlo Wolff

Pablo Ziegler , Christopher O'Riley Piano Duo
Doctorow Center for the Arts (NY, USA)

El Empedrado (Ziegler)

Pablo Ziegler , Emanuel Ax Piano Duo
Bunkamura Theatre Cocoon (Tokyo, Japan)

Tangata (Piazzolla)

Pablo Ziegler Trio

Jarasum Jazz Festival (Jarasum, South Korea)

Pablo Ziegler Jazz Tango Trio

Gilmore International Piano Festival (Kalamazoo, MI)

Astor Piazzolla Quinteto

Montreal Jazz Festival (Montreal, Canada)

Pablo Ziegler Chamber Ensemble
Miami International Piano Festival

Libertango (Piazzolla)

Pablo Ziegler Chamber Ensemble
Miami International Piano Festival

Bajo Cero (Ziegler)

Pablo Ziegler Dos Pianos Quinteto

Auditorio Nacional del CCK (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Pablo Ziegler, Masae Shiwa Dos Pianos

Sala Sao Paulo (Sao Paulo, Brasil)

Pablo Ziegler Quintet
Tokyo Opera City, Takemitsu Hall

Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
(composition: Astor Piazzolla, orchestration: Pablo Ziegler)

Tokyo Opera City, Takemitsu Hall

World premier "12 Horas" (Ziegler)
Minato Mirai Hall (Yokohama, Japan)

Pablo Ziegler Trio "Que Lo Pario" (Ziegler)
A-Trane (Berlin, Germany)

Pablo Ziegler received commission by Yokoham Noh Theater / Yokohama Arts Foundation and composed a new piece for Shakuhachi (japanese vertical bamboo flute), Koto (japanese harp), Piano, Bandoneon, String Ensemble, Percussion and Drum. The world premier was taken place at Yokohama Minto Mirai Hall on February 27th and 28th, 2016. This piece illustrates a cross-over of Argentine Nuevo Tango and Japanese Traditional Music. 

Astor Piazzolla Quintet (1984)

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