Carlos Groisman was born in Buenos Aires in 1956. He studied guitar with María Rosa Alonso, Horacio Ceballos, Miguel Angel Girollet, and Eduardo Fernández. A gifted player, he has won numerous awards at the most important national competitions such as Promociones Musicales, Asociación Estímulo Cultural, Concurso "Heitor Villa-Lobos", V Concurso "María Luisa Anido" , III Concurso Nacional de San Lorenzo. He was a national winner of the XI Selección Nacional de Jóvenes Intérpretes Ciudad de Mar Del Plata, within the category of string instruments

Since his first public appearance in 1980, he has performed extensively in Argentina (Buenos Aires, Entre Ríos, Santa Fé, La Pampa, Río Negro, Neuquén and Chubut) and Europe (Roma, Paris, Madrid, Peruggia, Atenas, Dublin, Bruselas, Amsterdam, Estocolmo, Essen, and Düsseldorf). Particularly fond of chamber music and of the symphonic repertory for the guitar, he has played as a soloist with several orchestras, such as Sinfónica de San Juan, Sinfónica de Mar del Plata, Sinfónica de la Policía Federal, Juvenil de Radio Nacional, Sinfónica de Avellaneda, Orquesta de Cámara de Tres de Febrero, Orquesta de Cámara de
Lanús and La Pequeña Orquesta. His repertoire includes Joaquín Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez and Concierto Andaluz, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s Concerto in D, Antonio Vivaldi’s Concerto in D and Concerto in A, and Mauro Giuliani’s Concerto n°1 opus 30 and Concerto n° 3 opus 70.

His last CD, Compositores de Latinoamérica en la Guitarra, was greatly complimented by critique and audience. He is also member of the celebrate Buenos Aires Guitar Trio.

See music expert Melanie Plesch's comment on one of Carlos Groisman's records.


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