In tango, he has played under the direction of Osvaldo Requena, Osvaldo Berlingieri, Horacio Salgán, Néstor Marconi, Mariano Mores, Atilio Stampone, Carlos Franzetti and many others. He starred in The Mariano Mores Show, TangoX2 and Perfumes de Tango as a violinist and a dancer and was a violin soloist in Forever Tango and Tango Argentino on Broadway. He is currently a member of the Greenwich Symphony.  He has appeared at Carnegie Hall (Isaac Stern Auditorium), the Spoleto and the Umbria Jazz Festivals in Italy and Bryant Park Music Festival in New York among others. His jazz credits include playing and recording with Stanley Jordan, Cody Moffett, and Jim Hall; as well as arranging for the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis.

Leonardo Suarez Paz, violin, vocals

Suarez Paz is a 4th generation tango artist, who made his debut singing at age 6 and as a violinist at age 14, gaining experience in both classical and tango music. At 16, he became the youngest member of the Orquesta Estable del Teatro Colón. As a classical musician he recorded on the Grammy-winning album with Placido Domingo (100 Años de Mariachi), accompanied Alfredo Kraus, Aaron Rosand, Andrea Bocelli, was a soloist for Julio Boca’s Ballet Argentino and the concert master for Savion Glover’s Classical Savion tour.