Fernando Otero & Piotr Bal |


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Two times Grammy winner pianist Fernando Otero and trumpeter Piotr Bal teamed up to work on their upcoming album.

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Fernando Otero is a GRAMMY®-winning Argentine composer, pianist, and vocalist based in New York City.
He has been described by many critics as a classically-trained virtuoso pianist and composer who developed his own style by blending elements of classical contemporary music and improvisation while acknowledging Tango as a starting point. Shortly after moving to the US in the 1990’s he worked with diverse collaborators including Paquito D’Rivera, the Kronos Quartet, Quincy Jones, and Eddie Gómez — who in 2005 introduced Otero as one of the great pianists of a new generation.
Otero has recorded 16 albums as a solo artist and performs in more than 50 international concerts yearly. His works are published by Warner Chappell Music and his albums have been released by Nonesuch Records, Warner Music, Harmonia Mundi, and World Village. He has received two Latin Grammy awards and five nominations, commissions from performers and institutions worldwide and has written music for orchestra, chamber ensembles, string quartet, and choir, as well as for solo instruments including piano, violin, and cello, and movie soundtracks.


Piotr Bal is a trumpeter, guitarist, composer, and producer based in New Jersey. He has performed and recorded with many musical artists including Ray Manzarek of The Doors, Vinnie Colaiuta, and David Benoit. Piotr was featured on the Ricky Martin’s videos Living La Vida Loca, Shake Your Bon-Bon, and Martin’s PEPSI commercial.

Piotr recorded using Bob Reeves trumpet mouthpiece 43.5M https://bobreeves.com

Other projects by Piotr Bal Music:
Atonal Head: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1474611541?ls=1&app=itunes
Sometime Soon: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1483790171?ls=1&app=itunes

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