Juanjo Domínguez is one of the most prominent argentine guitar players of all times with 40 years of experience. He is a virtuous and has an incredible talent. He masters all popular genres. Thanks to a paternity legacy Juanjo Domínguez was introduced to the guitar and the different musics of the world, loving specially worldwide popular music. It’s in the tango music where he flourishes though.
He knows the instrument and he he’s the owner of a special virtuosity that transcends the traditional academic techniques. Juanjo Domínguez can play a variety of songs, interpreting them with his own version being the pieces jazz, national folklore or European classics.
He has more than 130 albums edited accompanying other artists. He has made the music for the following films: "El Che" directed by Lalo Schiffrin, "Tango", "La películas del rey", "Pepe Nuñez, luthier".
To his proverbial artistic qualities, he adds improvisation and a special attention to the rhythm. Different shows and presentations credit his talent: 9 tours to USA, 11 tours to Japan, he has performed all over Europe, Turkey, China, Costa Rica, Chile and Brazil.
Furthermore, he has been invited to the most prestigious scenarios of Argentina such as the Colón Theater and the Lujan Basílica.
At the age of 12 he graduated as guitar, musical notation and theory professor. At the age of 15 he chose the popular guitar repertoire over the classic pieces, wherein he showed that instrumental accompanying is a complete art.
He can passionate, stylist, "compadrito", or romantic depending upon the song. He admires guitar players such as Agustin Barrios, Andres Segovia or the Venezuelan Alirio Diaz, Antonio Lauros of whom he played all his pieces.
Juanjo Domínguez is considered by the worldwide press as one of the best guitar players of the world. Nowadays he continues playing with JUANJO EL TRIO with a stylish repertoire for the pleasure of all his fans.
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