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Miguel De Caro

Miguel De Caro has brought his music all over his country, with countless live shows,appearences in local radio and TV and in well known theaters like San Mart�-n and Alvear. Among other distinctions, he has been nominated for the 1993 ACE award (The National Show Critics' Prize) for his first recorded work “Saxotangueando”, sharing the pool with Astor Piazzolla and Raúl Garello. He was also nominated for the 1995 Estrella de Mar award in the “best live show” category, this time alongside singer Susana Rinaldi and trumpeter Fats Fernández. Both his Argentina's and Brazil's live performances and his recordings have obtained excellent reviews in local , Brazilian, Italian and US media. In 1997, following a request of the Placido Domingo Foundation, he composes a tune honoring the great tenor in the 25º anniversary of his first performance at the Colon Theater. The song was published by the EMI Record Label and was played in a dinner gala attended by the honoree. Miguel De Caro has four Cd's to date, “Saxotangueando” (Arg. Musical, 1993) “Tangofuerte” (Arg Musical, 1998) “deatrásparadelante” (independent, 2004).and “ESCUALO” (Acqua Records, 2010). Miguel also has a DVD- “Tango Vivo”- released on Nov 2007 by RGS Music with his live performaces at the San Mart�-n Theater. Hehas been touring Switzerland and Italy several times starting 2001 with great success in his performances in jazz clubs and “milongas” in Zürich, Bern and Locarno (Switzerland) and Massa Carrara, Florencia and Bologna (Italy)

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Album ESCUALO by Miguel De Caro

ESCUALO

Acqua Records
2010

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