Biography

Lautaro Greco
Bandoneonist, pianist and composer, is the brightest star of the modern Argentine music world. At his 28 years he acquired incredible fame standing on the same stage with the most venerable Argentine tango artists. Having graduated as a pianist from the music conservatory named after Astor Piazzolla, Lautaro chose bandoneon as his main instrument playing it since his early childhood. His father was his first maestro, bandoneonist, Pablo Greco. Among other greatest and legendary musicians in Argentine tango who were on the same stage with Lautaro are Rubén Juarez, Fernando Suarez Paz (the violinist of Astor Piazzola), Raúl Lavié, Guillermo Fernández (singer), Atilio Stampone, Rubén Blades, orchestra of Leopoldo Federico, quartet of Pablo Agri (the son of the first violinist of Piazzolla Antoni Agri), orchestra «Escuela de Tango» Red de Escuelas de Música de Medellin, «Juan de Dios Filiberto». Lautaro played for 4 years at the legendary orchestra «Sexteto Mayor» and he even took part in the CD recording, the one that later won the «Carlos Gardel» Prize as the best tango album of 2008. With the cult Argentinian singer Mersedes Sosa Lautaro recorded a song «Hay un niño en la calle». Lautaro Greco is one of the recognized 4 best bandoneonists of the world, the other 3 being Mosalini, Marconi, Pane – all of them represented in the special project, championship-festival «Bandoneonazo» in Buenos Aires. Lautaro Greco is the most expected and welcome guest at the most important tango events in Argentina and worldwide.