Juan Maria Solare

Listen to tango music by composer and pianist Juan Maria Solare from Argentina and Germany.

Gardel al Piano (EP) (2014) – 6 songs, 21 min



Albums

Here are more studio albums.

Tango for London with Tanguedad (2013) – 13 songs, 37 min


Tango Monologues (2010) – 20 songs, 1 hr 19 min


Tango Nónade wth Eduardo Kohan on Sax (2006) – 22 songs, 1 hr 12 min


SoundCloud

Here are several playlists of additional music.

Chamber Music wth flute, percussion, and baritone vocal (2006) – 7 songs, 5 min 27 sec


Piano Solo (2006) – 7 songs, 5 min 27 sec


Videos

Here are several videos.

Melodía de arrabal (Carlos Gardel) by Juan María Solare (piano) (2014) – 2 min 36 sec


Nada que ver (Nothing to See) by Juan María Solare performed in Denmark (2015) – 3 min 14 sec


Nómade by Juan María Solare performed in Denmark (2015) – 2 min 45 sec


Barro sublevado by Juan María Solare performed by Cafe Tango Orchestra in Stuttgart (2011) – 6 min 7 sec


Winchmore Hill (Contemporary piano music) by Juan María Solare (2001) – 4 min 30 sec


Trayectoria (Contemporary milango) by Juan María Solare (2015) – 3 min 32 sec


Baracola (pictures from Venice) by Juan María Solare (2005) – 1 min 48 sec


Derecho Viejo (Tango of Eduardo Arolas) by Juan María Solare with Orquesta No Típica (2014) – 3 min 27 sec


Beyond Tango at Embassy of Venezuelan, London (2014) – 4 min 20 sec


Tango Monologues (2009) – 3 min 50 sec


Tengo un Tango performed by Trio Cordilleras in Boulder, Colorado (2013) – 4 min 50 sec


Puma performed at University of Bremen, Germany (2013) – 2 min 27 sec


Acaso den abril with piano and voice (2014) – 3 min 15 sec


Links

These are links to his website and social media.

These are links to artist pages at popular music players and music stores.

Photo credit: Gardel al Piano @ Amazon (album cover)

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