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SenaneS 3 in New York The Green Light Tour 2017

SenaneS 3 is not one trio but several. In fact, its members (Gabriel Senanes on sax, guitar and bansuri, Pablo Marcovsky on piano and melodica, and Diego Arnal on bass and guitar), exchanging instruments, create different groups, even during the same piece. Different trios and different duos, solos, and even different silences.

The repertoire consists of Senanes' compositions, in a language that uniquely combines argentine folk music, tango, jazz, contemporary chamber music, and probably much more, who knows. He calls this combination "ArgenTangLore" or "Argentangloric music".

Therefore, the complete formula is:
SenaneS 3 = Pablo + Diego + Gabriel = Argentinean Folk + Tango + Jazz + Contemporary + who knows.

This June, they will be playing in NYC for the first time:

Wednesday June 21st. 6 pm. Consulate General of Argentina: 12 West 56 St. RSVP culturales@cnyor.com

Thursday June 22nd. 8.30 pm. Caffe Vivaldi: 32 Jones St. http://caffevivaldi.com/events/2017/6/22/senanes-3

Saturday June 24th. 8.30 pm IBEAM, Brooklyn:.168 7th St., Brooklyn. http://ibeambrooklyn.com/

Workshop, Arranging for strings, at IBEAM on
Friday June 23rd. from 11-3pm and Saturday 24th, 3-7pm.

Gabriel Senanes will be Artist in Residence at CUNY from June 19th to 30th.

Gabriel Senanes is an Argentine composer and conductor, and a sax, guitar and piano player. His works have been recorded extensively and have received numerous awards. He has written for film, TV and theater. He was awarded a Latin Grammy in 2005 for his recording with Paquito D'Rivera and Cuarteto Buenos Aires, "Riberas". He is the recipient of the prestigious Konex Prize (Argentina) for his work as a music journalist. He has received commissions from the Organization of American States, The Commission Project, Interamerican Music Friends, Simon Blech, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), Fundacion Encuentros, Ministry of Culture of Argentina, Camerata Bariloche and several international festivals. He served as Music Director for the City of Buenos Aires, Artistic and General Director of the Teatro Colon (Buenos Aires) and as jury in several competitions in Argentina and around the world.



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