Ear to Ear: Ezequiel Viñao

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Saturday, October 27, 2007

Ezequiel Viñao writes densely-layered, evocative music that speaks to the distant past through a modern soundscape. The Argentine-American composer shares samples of his work and lends insight into his highly personal tonal language.


Ezequiel Viñao

Ezequiel Viñao

Argentinian-born and Juilliard trained, composer Ezequiel Viñao has made his home in New York for the last 27 years. In addition to his many awards and commissions, Viñao has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with the Juilliard String Quartet, for whom he wrote his second quartet, "The Loss and the Silence." ...

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