- Bernardo Monk (saxophone and metal winds)
- Fabián Bertero (violin)
- Hernan Reinaudo (guitar)
- Maria Cangiano (singer, composition)
- Miguel Pereiro (piano)
- Nicolás Zacarías (Double bass)
- Quintino Cinalli (percussion)
- region:Buenos Aires
- label:EPSA Music
- instrumentation:a cappella, percussion, string, brass, singer songwriter, unplugged, piano
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María Cangiano is fusion, expression, eccentricity and musical exquisiteness condensed in a voice that shows all the world sounds in her mezzo soprano register.
Her musical history carries an strong influence from Black and Latin American music, mixed with improvisation and an extraordinary stage eloquence, achieved along her huge trajectory, that started at the independent opera companies from NYC, such as Amato, Dicapo and Regina Opera.
Maria Cangiano tackles with mastery and theatricality the genre of tango jazz, rebuilding the risk and expression shown once by the mythical Piazzolla.
She has shared the stage and collaborated with some of the most outstanding representatives of today’s tango-jazz scenery, such as the pianist Octavio Brunetti (who recorded with the Japanese cellist Yo-Yo-Ma); Latin Grammy winners and nominated, Fernando Otero and Emilio Solla, bandoneonista Raúl Jaurena, acoustic bass Pedro Guiraudo, Japanese violinist Machiko Osawa, Quintino Cinalli ( Dino Saluzzi´s and Esperanza Spalding´s percussionist), and guitarist and composer Quique Sinesi among others.
(2015) “Renaceré(Reborn): Piazzolla x Cangiano”, distributed by EPSA Music (2017).
(2011) “Corazón de Mujer” (Heart of a Woman), released at the famous NYC Joe´s Pub.
(2009) “Baladas para mi vida y muerte: Tributo a Astor Piazzolla” (Ballads for my life and Death: Tribute to Astor Piazzolla, released at NYC and Milan Blue Note.