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Fernando Huergo

Fernando Huergo is a bassist, composer, and educator from Cordoba, Argentina, now based in Boston. He has recorded over 140 albums, including 11 as a leader. Fernando has toured and given clinics in North, Central and South America, Europe and Asia.

An active performer on the jazz scene, he currently plays with Guillermo Klein y Los Guachos, MOZIK, Mehmet Sanlikol, Daniel Ian Smith, Pablo Ablanedo, El Eco, Macuco Quintet, Leo Blanco, Fernando Brandao, Yulia Musayelyan, Carlos Averhoff, Maxim Lubarsky, Claudio Ragazzi, and Giovani Molten. He has performed with the bands of Luciana Souza, Cesar Camargo Mariano, Danilo Perez, Marta Gomez, Dave Valentín, Hendrick Meurkens, Dave Liebman, Dave Samuels, Joe Beck, and many others.

He has played alongside great musicians such as Tom Harrell, Billy Pierce, Jerry Bergonzi, Dave Kikoski, Joey Calderazzo, Paquito D'Rivera, Randy Brecker, George Garzone, Rick Margitza, Kenny Werner, David Sanchez, Mike Mainieri, John Riley, Mike Clark, Don Braden, Mike Stern, Dave Weckl, Don Byron, Giovanni Hidalgo, Jerry Gonzalez, Horacio Hernandez, Bill O'Connell, Richie Flores, Paulo Braga, Romero Lubambo, Portinho, Claudio Roditi, Raul Carnota, Juan Quinteros, Lucho Hoyos, and with some of the most influential musicians of his generation like Kurt Rosenwinkel, Ben Monder, Mark Turner, Chris Cheek, Miguel Zenon, Jeff Ballard, Antonio Sanchez, Jorge Rossi, Seamus Blake and Dafnis Prieto. He has also performed and recorded with pop stars like Chayanne and Sandra Mihanovich.

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Manhattan Samba

Self Produced
2021

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The Next Stage

Big and Phat Jazz Productions
2021

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Unsaid

Next Level
2020

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Today

Lavana Recordings
2020

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Christreza

Newvelle Records
2020

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The Possibility of Change

From: The Possibility of Change
By Fernando Huergo

Numbers

From: Unsaid
By Fernando Huergo

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