Pablo Estigarribia and Adrian Jost present an evening of tango for piano and bandoneon. From classics to original compositions, their collaborations bring new life into the heart of tango - tradition layered with fresh harmonies and perspectives, stories of life, love, and loss articulated through the hands and minds of two great talents.
Pablo Estigarribia (Buenos Aires & New York) is a classically trained virtuoso Argentine tango pianist, arranger and composer, with a rich jazz influence. He won the prestigious Gardel Prize for the best recording of Tango by a new artist. Privileged to have studied, composed, arranged and performed with legendary tango figures such as Emilio Balcarce, Horacio Cabarcos, Maria Graña and Victor Lavallen, Estigarribia proudly continues the dissemination of knowledge and expertise of his lineage to the world. He is widely recognized as one of the best tango musicians of his generation. Come and experience the exquisite fusion of classical textures, jazz harmonies and the traditional rhythm and structure of Argentine tango in Estigarribia’s powerful delivery of his unique, complex and virtuosic tango compositions.
Adrian Jost (San Francisco & Switzerland) is the co-founder and bandoneonist of Trio Garufa, a San Francisco bay area ensemble dedicated to performing Argentine tango and folklore music which has enthralled audiences in Argentina, Colombia, Canada, and the U.S. His influences include Leopoldo Frederico, Salgan's Nuevo Quinteto Real, Aníbal Troilo, Astor Piazzolla and Julio Pane. Jost has appeared on the concert stage as soloist with the San Jose Chamber Orchestra and performed alongside tango singer María Volonté, tango pianist Pépé Motta, San Francisco's Jazz Bassist Marcus Shelby.
$65 Entrance Fee including Medici's Renowned International Buffet
Dinner 6:00-7:00 pm
Concert 7:00-8:00 pm
Milonga 8:30-10:00 pm