Miguel Ángel Estrella

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Miguel Angel Estrella(b. 4 July 1940 in San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina), is an Argentine pianist and ambassador to the UNESCO and a jury of Russell Tribunal.

He went into exile on 1976 during the National Reorganization Process and was imprisoned and tortured in 1977 by the Civic-military dictatorship of Uruguay. He was freed in 1980.[1]

Since 2007 he is the Argentine ambassador to the UNESCO and in 2010 he was part of the program Estudio País Bicentenario broadcast by the state run Canal Siete. On 11 March 2013 he was distingued by the Argentine Senate for his career and his defense of human rights.[2]


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