Guillermo Copello

Born in Rosario, Argentina, in 1982.

He got a professor and BA degree in Composition from National University of Rosario, Argentina.

A Master’s Degree in Composition With New Technologies at RCSMM (Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid, Spain).

University Master’s Degree in Music Teacher Training Secondary and Upper Secondary Education at UMA (University of Malaga, Spain).

He furthered his violin studies with Oscar Gallucci and Oleg Pishenin.

He has composed and written arrangements for numerous projects ranging from tango and folklore lineups, experimental music, theater, chamber music, youth orchestras and improvisation projects.

He has participated in the recording of several albums: La Biaba Tanguera (2012) and Impulso (2016) with La Biaba Tango Orchestra, as well as a live DVD with the collaboration of Orquesta de Cámara Municipal de Rosario; Otro Tango (2014) with Quintegaseto; Un disparo en la noche II (2016) with Orquesta Típica Julián Peralta, Música Popular (2017) with Alonso-Copello duo and Bésame en la Boca, a theatrical-musical show released in 2016. Besides, he has recorded as guest musician in numerous popular music projects featuring a variety of genres including jazz, folklore, tango, and rock. With his various projects, he has toured stages and festivals in Argentina and abroad.

In the field of education, he has worked as a string section tutor in tango ensembles including Orquesta Escuela de Tango de la Municipalidad de Rosario and the Orquesta Municipal de Tango de Cañada de Gómez. He was professor of harmony and analysis at the Professional Conservatory of Music of Getafe (Madrid, Spain). At present, he is professor of the Composition Department at the Professional Conservatory of Music of Almansa (Albacete, Spain). At the same time, he conducts workshops on interpretation, composition and arrangements aimed at instrumentalists, chamber ensembles, string orchestras, and youth orchestras in Argentina and Spain.


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