Synonyms for nisinman or Related words with nisinman

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Examples of "nisinman"
Marcelo Nisinman studied the bandoneon with Julio Pane and composition with Guillermo Graetzer in Buenos Aires and Detlev Müller-Siemens in Basel.
His compositions are diverse and original with their origins in Buenos Aires, Nisinman also takes inspiration from other forms and techniques creating a personal style that breaks the traditions and rules of the "Musica Porteña" (Music of Buenos Aires city). He developed a particular tango style, combining traditional elements with colorful distortions based on atonality and contemporary music.
Forever : The Love Poems of Pablo Neruda is a 2014 album by Ute Lemper on the Steinway & Sons label. The album consists of new settings of the poems of Pablo Neruda, in Spanish, with three English and one French translation, by Ute Lemper and Marcelo Nisinman. The arrangements are performed by Ute Lemper’s regular cabaret band with the addition of charango player Freddy Torrealba.
He has written music for a diverse range of groups, from symphony orchestra to string quartet and in 2004 he wrote his first chamber opera "Señor Retorcimientos" which premiered in Basel. He was composer in residence at the Oxford Chamber Music Festival in 2008, and has participated as composer/ performer in different festivals including; Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival (Finland), Sonoro Festival (Bucharest) Consonances (St Nazaire- France). During 2006 Nisinman composed a number of vocal works including "Desvios", with a text by Carlos Trafic (released on Acqua Records, 2009) and his New Version of Maria de Buenos Aires (Acqua Records 2010). In 2009, together with the clarinetist Chen Halevi he formed his own quartet Tango Factory; the group bring together four very different musicians to explore the tango, playing mainly works by Nisinman and other composers also.
Among his followers, the composer and pianist Fernando Otero and Piazzolla's protégé, bandoneonist Marcelo Nisinman, are the best known innovators of the tango music of the new millennium, while Pablo Ziegler, pianist with Piazzolla's second quintet, has assumed the role of principal custodian of "nuevo tango", extending the jazz influence in the style. The Brazilian guitarist Sergio Assad has also experimented with folk-derived, complex virtuoso compositions that show Piazzolla's structural influence while steering clear of tango sounds; and Osvaldo Golijov has acknowledged Piazzolla as perhaps the greatest influence on his globally oriented, eclectic compositions for classical and klezmer performers.