Episode 127 of Joe’s Tango Podcast is now online!Listen here
My guest today is an amazing guitarist. He fell in love with the instrument at a young age, and went on to get his Bachelors in Music Performance from SUNY Fredonia. From there, he was awarded a full scholarship to the Arizona State University Graduate School of Music, where he got his Masters Degree in Classical Guitar Performance.
Throughout the 90s, he collaborated with several Grammy Award winners, and had some of his music featured on national television programs. In addition to having performed as a soloist all over the US with various orchestras, today’s guest has also taught multiple music courses at community colleges in Phoenix, Arizona, and Eugene, Oregon.
Eventually he discovered tango dancing, which would become another creative addition to his musical expertise. His rendition of Milonga del Ayer, released in 2005, became a huge hit in tango communities all over the world, and many thanks go out to Homer Ladas and Chicho Frumboli for helping to promote the song! After more than a decade, the tune remains well known among dancers and DJs.
Let’s meet Craig Einhorn...