AIRES GUITAR TRIO was formed by the eminent solo guitarists Marcelo Cosentino,
Carlos Groisman and Jorge Labanca. It is an original formation in chamber music.
This reknown group has attained an excellence exhibited by few others.
It is their harmonious intensity
and refined interpretative unity that has been reviewed by music critics wich
distinguishes them from the rest. The B.A. GUITAR TRIO has been acclaimed as one
of the best groups in Argentina, a country where the guitar is an institution.
As soloist, they have performed in North America, Europe and through out
South America. Their international exposure has provided the opportunities to
participate on television and radio as well as in musical contests, where they
won many distinguished awards.
They have accepted invitations
to perform with prestigeous orchestras and celebrated directors, such as: Juan
Carlos Zorzi, Ljerko Spiller, Carlos Calleja, Mario Majnaric, Guillermo Becerra
and Alberto Merenzon.
They are distinguished professors in many music
academies in Buenos Aires, offering also seminars and master classes in the whole
country and abroad.
|The TRIO has had argentine
composers Maximo Pujol, Nahuel Laviola, Miguel Angel Cherubito and Miguel Varvello
to compose and dedicate works for them; also Marcelo, Carlos and Jorge have arranged
symphonic and chamber music to complete their repertoire. |
critics commentaries in the leading newspapers are:
playing, deep knowledge of music styles of the performed works, refined technique,
perfection in the instrumental ensemble..."
big command of the instrument and a powerful comunication..."
highest level in musical expression as the B.A.GUITAR TRIO...
french label Harmonia Mundi edited two C.D. of the TRIO, the
first one, "Du Classique au Tango" (Vol.14 - 1996).
The french magazine LE CAHIER DE LA GUITARE stated: "...we
hope that this first C.D. of the TRIO will be followed by many
others of the same quality and good taste. ¡¡Long
existence for this excellente group!!..."(Anne Laure Moreau
the first of their career in chamber music, must bring them to bigger
audiences." (Montserrat Moral ).