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Oblivion - Astor Piazzolla

Bachianas Brasileiras n°5 - Heitor Villa Lobos

Tristorosa - Heitor Villa Lobos


Vidala dolorosa - Atahualpa Yupanqui

Lloran las ramas del viento - Atahualpa Yupanqui

Pueblito, mi pueblo… - Carlos Guastavino

El Sampedrino - Carlos Guastavino


Historia del Tango - Astor Piazzolla

Concert duration : 60 minutes

Duo Métis

Duo Métis is made up of the saxophonist Luis González Garrido (Spain) and the guitarist Antoine Guerrero (France). Their innovative combination of instruments, together with their interesting concert programs and the musical intensity of both musicians, have earned them an excellent reception by a great number of chamber music festivals and concert programmers.


The words "triste" and "rosa" have the same meaning in Portuguese and Spanish: an emotion and a flower. Heitor Villa-Lobos united them in the title of a waltz, and we believe that this new word (Tristorosa) evokes in a special way the wonderful mix of melancholy, beauty and rawness of life in Argentina and Brazil. In both countries song and poetry are part of everyday life, and the guitar is the ideal instrument to convey their profound messages.

About our first project - ‘On the edge of words'

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