Héctor del Curto

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Héctor del Curto is an Argentine tango bandoneon player.[1] Born in Buenos Aires, he began to study tango music at a young age, winning the Best Bandoneon under 25 when only 17 years old. Following that honor, he played with the late tango giants Ástor Piazzolla and Osvaldo Pugliese among many others. During this time, he played at the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall.

He currently resides in New York City where he founded the Eternal Tango orchestra and quartet.

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  1. ^ Jazz improv, Volume 7, Issues 3-4. E.S. Proteus. 2007. p. 191. "Revirado" is a delightful Astor Piazzola tango featuring Hector Del Curto on bandoneon. 

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