L a  R o l a n d o   R i v a s

Guillermo Destaillats (bandoneon)
Sergio Gobi (guitar and voice)
Gustavo Lanzón (piano)
Efrain Oscher (flute)
Tino Scholz


Guillermo Destaillats

Guillermo Destaillats
·      Born in 1970 in Buenos Aires.
·      1987-1988 music and piano studies with Maestro Carlos 
      Alberto Morera.
·      1989 organ studies at the Instituto de Musica Sacra, Bue-
      nos Aires.
·      1990 admitted to the National Conservatoire of Music 
      (piano teacher)
·      Music analysis and interpretation with Maestro Miguel An-
      gel Estrella.
·      Bandoneon studies with Maestros Enrique Fasuolo, Rodol-
      fo Mederos and Nestor Marconi.
·      1993 Founding member of Trio Pantango.
·      Playing over the past 11 years with Pantango -and other pro-
      jects- at milongas in Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, 
      Denmark, Sweden, Poland and France.
·      1998 guest participant with of Quartet Almagro
·      2004 guest participant with Orchestra Silencio (www.tangosilencio.com) and other projects.

Sergio Gobi

Sergio Gobi
·      Born in 1963 in Urdampilleta, Province of Buenos Aires.
·      Singer and guitarist in various tango, folklore and bossa nova 
·      Graduated from the Escuelas Nacionales de Bellas Artes M. 
      Belgrano and P. Pueyrredon
·      1989 Duo "Bossa a Bessa" with guitarist Marcelo Maitia.
·      1994 Tango duo with bandoneonist Fabian Carbonne
·      1998 singer in Berlin with guitarist and composer Coco Nele-
      gatti and in Buenos Aires with guitarist Matias Sorokin.
·      Lives in Berlin since 2001. Writer and composer. Singer of Trio 
      "Tango y mas" (www.tangoymas.de)
·      Since 2002, singer of "Sexteto Andorinha" (www.andorinha.de)
·      Works in 2003 with Anja Stoehr, Martin Ianaconne, "Cuarteto 
      de Oro", "Trio Tanguango" and others.
·      2004 Founder with Christian Gerber, Marie-Elsa Drelon and Fabian Kalbitzer of the “Cuarteto 

Tino Scholz

·      Born in 1965 in Burg, Saxony.
·      Musical education at the Music School "G.Ph. Telemann" of 
      Magdeburg and the Conservatoire "G. F. Haendel" of Halle.
·      Member of the Youth Simphonic Orchestra of Magdeburg
·      Bass and electric bass studies at the Superior Music School 
      "C.M. von Weber of Dresden,  Conservatoire of Rotterdam.
·      Working as musician and independent teacher since 1999.
·      Guest musician at the National Orchestra of Saxony, Dres-
      den, at the Robert-Schumann Philarmonic of Chemnitz. 
      Member of several ensambles. Participant of various recor-
·      Member of "Sexteto Andorinha" (www.andorinha.de)
·      Bass professor at the Superior School of Music of Dresden  since 2003.
·     www.gb-gentlemen.de

Gustavo J. Lanzón

Gustavo J. Lanzón
·      Born in 1966 in Buenos Aires
·      Musical education at the Conservatoire "Carlos Lopez Bu-
      chardo". Graduated as National Music Teacher with a piano 
·      Participant of various projects as pianist, keyboard player, 
      composer and arrangements.
·      Since 1989 private piano teacher and music teacher at 
      schools and kindergardens.
·      Member of "Quinteto Viento Sur", dedicated to the work of 
      Astor Piazzolla.
·      Concerts with various soloists and tango groups in Germany 
      and Europe.
·      2002 Founding member of Duo "BlueTango" (www.bluetango-info.com)
·      Lives in Bremen since 2003
·      2004 Founder of Duo Dinamitango with Juan Maria Solare. Member of Cuarteto 
	Flautango (www.flautango.com). 

Efrain Oscher 

  • Born in 1974 in Montevideo, Uruguay and raised in Venezuela, where he lived until 1999

  • Studied music and flute at the Conservatory of Music Carabobo (Valencia-Venezuela)

  • Member of the Carabobo Symphony Orchestra and solo flautist of the Valencia Municipal Orchestra

  • In 2003 obtained a postgraduate diploma from the Royal Academy of Music under William Bennett (London-U.K.)

  • Has performed in prestigious festivals like "Bath International Music Festival" and "English Chamber Orchestra Young Artist Series"

  • 2004, leads as flautist, arranger and composer the project "Bolivar Soloists" specialized in Latin-American Chamber Music.

  • Member of Cuarteto Flautango (www.flautango.com).