The Argentinian composer Tomas Bordalejo is passionate about the rythmes, styles, and genres from his native land. Tomas taught himself to play guitar before studying jazz in Buenos Aires. At the age of 22, he came to Europe to study music at the Conservatoire de Gennevilliers, the CRR de Paris, and at the Pôle Supérieur Paris Boulogne-Billancourt. His meeting with Bernard Cavanna was a decisive moment in his career.
His recent works include Parkour (2012) for 8 horns and orchestra, Surveiller et Punir (2012) for violin, cello, and accordion, Sapier And Inô (2014) for ensemble, Zapping 2 (2013) for ensemble, Cercles for piano, En Rappel for accordion, D’ombre et de Lumière (2015) for violin, IOTA (2015) and BUREAU 470 (2016), Kafka-esque pocket operas.
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