Quique Sinesi and Marcelo Moguilevsky

Moguilevsky is an outstanding musician from the Argentinian scene
His instruments are flutes, clarinet, saxes, harmonica and voice.
Around the year 1984 we did share some concerts with bandoneonist Dino Saluzzi in Argentina, we met again 10 years later in a concert of improvisation with other musicians.
Since then we have played together, first in a free form, then we started playing our own compositions.

So far we have recorded two CDs:

In 1998 we recorded the CD “Soltando Amarras” in Argentina for Epsa Music:

 

Click on the CD cover to go to my CD page.
There you can listen to 4,51 minutes of our piece “soltando amarras”.

In 2007 we published “Solo el rio”. Please click on the image to get more information.

SIRU: Tangjazzo with Helena Ruegg und Quique Sinesi

Helena Ruegg, Bandoneon
Quique Sinesi, Guitars.

This is a project with the bandoneonist Helena Ruegg: We started in 1997, the music is oriented towards Tango (Milonga, Vals), starting with traditional composers like: Julian Plaza, Villoldo, Troilo, Mariano Mores and reaching to modern composers like Piazzolla, Salgan and some of our own compositions. Helena has made deep studies about tango writing a book about this music.

Quique Sinesi & Carlos Aguirre

Quique Sinesi & Carlos Aguirre
Guitars, Piano, Acordeón, Voice.

Carlos Aguirre is to me the most outstanding folclore pianist in Argentina today, he is a great composer and arranger, he is unique in Argentina for his capacity to give life to several creative musical projects. Some years ago we started to play in duo with a sonority more close to the Argentinean folclore and the music of “Rio de la Plata” (Milonga-Candombe).

Alfombra Magica

Matias Gonzalez: Electric Bass,
Horacio López: Drums, Percussion, voice.
Quique Sinesi: Spanish and Electric Guitars.

Matias and I met when we were still very young. Since then we have made music toguether. We met Horacio around the year 1979. In 1982 we joined the Dino Saluzzi Quartet playing with him in very important Jazz Festivals like Berlin, Zurich, Koln etc.

Look at our CD and listen to a sample

Quique Sinesi & Markus Stockhausen, special guest: Barre Bouman Clarinet

I met Markus some years ago in Köln when I went to hear one of his concerts when the leitmotiv was the improvisation. I felt attracted to his concept and the meditative energy in this concert. Some time later I invited him to record in my CD “Color Cielo” in a tune that I have composed for him.

We have made some concerts and I felt an unique experience and total musical freedom.

Improvised music for Trumpets and Guitars.

Listen to Markus Stockhausen and me playing the tune “Alas Desplegadas” which was published on the CD “Color Cielo” by Genuit Musik.

New Tango Duo with Pablo Ziegler

Pablo Ziegler, Piano,
Quique Sinesi, Guitar
special guest: Walter Castro, Bandoneon.

left to right: Walter Castro, Pablo Ziegler, Quique Sinesi

In 1990 Pablo invited me to play in his New Tango Quartet together with Horacio Lopez and Oscar Giunta making several tours out of Argentina.
Some years ago Pablo proposed to join in duo with him. Later we invited a special guest: the great bandoneonist Walter Castro. Since 2000 we did several tours in Europe. Our CD “Bajo Zero” won the Latin Grammy in 2005.

 

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Quique Sinesi and Marcelo Moguilevsky

Quique Sinesi and Marcelo MoguilevskyMoguilevsky is an outstanding musician from the Argentinian scene
His instruments are flutes, clarinet, saxes, harmonica and voice.
Around the year 1984 we did share some concerts with bandoneonist Dino Saluzzi in Argentina, we met again 10 years later in a concert of improvisation with other musicians.
Since then we have played together, first in a free form, then we started playing our own compositions.

So far we have recorded two CDs:

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Quique Sinesi and Charlie Mariano

Charlie Mariano plays saxes and flutes.

Charlie Mariano and Quique Sinesi

This project was born in 1991. I met Charlie Mariano personally in a recording of the group “Matukana”. I admired him an knew his music and way of playing. Some time later I invited him to record in my CD “Color Cielo” (Genuit Music), then we started to give some concerts in duo. In July 2000 we played in Berlin Passionskirche and some months later Charlie invited me to make a CD in duo with him: “Tango para Charlie” – (Enja Records).

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Quique Sinesi solo

Playing alone is to me the most usual form. It’s an unique experience, because it is possible to have interaction directly with the audience. I like to change the colours of the different guitars and mostly play my own compositions made for these instruments. Using elements of Argentinian folklore and tango with the influence of contemporary world music.
I play 7 strings spanish guitar, Piccolo, Accoustic guitar and charrango.

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