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Luis Nacht


Luis Nacht was born on the 17th of January 1959 in Buenos Aires, and as a child studied flute and guitar, but it wasn’t until he was 15 years old that he began his formal training as a flautist with R. Islas in Mexico City. It was there that he began to work as a professional flautist and singer of Latin and Latin American music, touring throughout Central America and Europe with the Sur Group.
Later on he incorporated the language of jazz with his saxophone studies. He studied music and saxophone with George Coleman, Richard Beirach (New York), E. Beilin, C. Lastra and Chachi Ferreira (Argentina). He works regularly in Argentina, where he has recorded and played with jazz musicians and other styles such as Afro Jazz, En El Aire, E. Fazzio (Italy), Pepi Taviera, Pablo Bobrowicky, M. Iannaconne, H. Merlo, Carlo Actis Dato (Italy), J. Crawford (U.K.), E. Beilin, Cuatro Vientos, D’Coté Saxophone Quartet.
As of 1999 he began to lead his own quartet, with which he recorded his first album, NachtMusik, for BAU Records, playing regularly in the Argentine cultural and club circuit. During 2001 he displayed an intense musical activity following the release of his album, resulting in his being chosen by the press as the Argentine jazz revelation of the year. In June 2002 he presented his music in Barcelona together with Horacio Fumero, Dani Perez and Mariano Steimberg at Jamboreé and the Nova Jazz Cava Terrassa. He also played regularly in Argentina, releasing his next CD, Nacht Mood, for BAU records (2003), with an excellent reception from the specialized press.
His first CD, NachtMusik, was chosen as one of the 5 best albums of 2002 by the prestigious European magazine Cuadernos de Jazz.
In 2004 he toured Mexico (April and November), New York and Miami.
In 2005 he edited his third soloist album, El Cuento del Tío, and toured Mexico and Argentina.
At present he can be heard playing in quartet with Juan Pablo Arredondo on guitar, Carto Brandán on drums and Jerónimo Carmona on double bass.
In March 2006 he toured Europe with his quartet, on March 14th at the Terrassa Jazz Festival (Barcelona), then Cádiz and Puerro de Santa María. In June he returned to Mexico and in July to the Casa de Teatro Jazz Festival in the Dominican Republic. In November he presented his fourth album as a soloist, El Presente, released by BAU records.
In conjunction with his artistic undertakings, he gives private lessons of both flute and saxophone, and is the head of the saxophone course at the SADEM School of Music.

Mail: info@luisnacht.com.ar

Web: http://www.luisnacht.com.ar/

Luis Nacht
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