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Demian Cabaud

Demian Cabaud-Born in 1977 a native of Argentina,graduated from the Institute of Technological Contemporary Music. Graduated later from Berklee College of Music Network In Argentina. Studied with Hernan Merlo and Miguel Angel Villarroel. In 2000 received an Award of Excellence from the Souza Lima Conservatory in San Pablo, Brazil.In 2001 received a scholarship from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts,graduating in may 2003. Demian has had the opportunity to study and play with some of the world’s most accomplished jazz musicians including Joe Lovano, Hal Crook, Ed Tomassi, Dave Samuels, Dave Santoro, John Lockwood, Whit Brown, George Garzone, Danilo Perez, among others. Played with Lee Konitz, Joe Lovano, Chris Cheek, Mark Turner, Rich Perry, Rick Margitza, Seamus Blake, Ohad Talmor, Perico Sanbeat, Jesus Santandreu, David Schnitter, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Phil Grenadier, Darren Barret, Russ Johnson, Jason Palmer, Juan Cruz Urquiza, Bill Carrothers, Leo Genovese, Bernardo Sasseti, Albert Sanz, Mario Laginha, Maria Joao, Theo Bleckman, Sheila Jordan, John Riley, Jorge Rossy, Gerald Cleavert, Francisco Mela, Dan Weiss, Ferenc Nemeth, John Hollenbeck, Alexandre Frazao, Bruno Pedroso, André Souza Machado, Joao Lencastre, Nuno Ferreira, Afonso Pais, André Fernandes, André Matos, Francisco Pais, Jorge Reis, Pedro Moreira, João Moreira, Orquesta de jazz de Matosinhos,among others

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Dice of Tenors

Self Produced
2020

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Ruínas

Alpha Records
2010

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Tone of a Pitch Music
2010

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Alpha Records
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