Ramiro Flores

“I’ve been using Gonzalez Reeds for many years. These reeds always give me what I need regarding the quality of the sound. They’re both vibrant and warm reeds, that respond spontaneously and, at the same time, they keep a firmness that allows me to play in all volume ranges with an incomparable ease. I use Gonzalez Reeds in the soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones, and in the clarinet. Their variety of presentations and reed styles also make them very interesting, because there are a lot of options to try and find the sound that fits the most in our artistic search. I would say that, in general, the ones that I like the most are the Jazz Local 627 . But in all the varieties I find interesting sounds. Thank you Gonzalez Reeds for the opportuniy of being your endorser of this excellent product!”.

Saxophonist, composer, arranger and producer. He studied at Berklee College of Music, in Boston, United States.

As a soloist he recorded five albums: “Flores”, “Son Dos”, “El Jardín de Ordóñez”, “Cuartito Eléctrico” and “Tauro”, praised widely by the specialized critic and, some of them, chosen as record of the month by Disco Club. He participated at the 2018 Lollapalooza Festival; also, Ramiro performs in the majority of Argentina’s jazz festivals, and tours in Latin America and Europe.

He collaborated in projects and records of national and international artists, such as Gustavo Santaolalla, Javier Malosetti, Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas, Hernán Jacinto, Santiago Vázquez, Juan Cruz de Urquiza, Fito Páez, Francisco Fattoruso, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Wos, Lisandro Aristimuño, Loli Molina, Mariano Otero, Akiko Pavolka, Robby Ameen and André Marques, Enrico Pieranunzi, among many others.

As a composer, arranger and producer he composed and directed music for different building mapping presentations, including the final play for the celebrations of the Argentine Bicentennial, directed by Esteban Sapir.

He produced jazz records for artists like Mariano Otero y Luis Nacht. He was an arranger of Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas, Mariano Otero, Loli Molina and Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, among others.