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Marcela Roggeri (Pianist, Collaborator : The Meeting Place)

Born in Buenos Aires, Marcela studied first of all with Ana Gelber, then was coached by Bruno Leonardo Gelber, who became her mentor.  She plays with the Philharmonic Orchestras of Buenos Aires, Florida, Dortmund and Montpellier, and the Bohemian Pardubice Chamber Philharmonic. In 2000 Marcela Roggeri gave a memorable concert with the Brazilian pianist Marcelo Bratke at the Wigmore Hall in London. 

In January, 2006 Marcela received the The International Revelation Of the Year Award by Victoires de la Musique Classique. Marcela now lives in London and gives regular recitals and orchestral or chamber concerts in Europe as well as in North and South America. Her repertoire ranges from Mozart to John Cage, from Shostakovich to Copland, not forgetting the composers from the continent of her childhood: Heitor Villa-Lobos, Alberto Ginastera, and Astor Piazzolla.

Her latest recordings include the works by Satie, Scarlatti and Gubaidulina and are released by the record label Transart Live. 

Marcela Roggeri Winner Revelation Internationale: Gnossienne 1

www.marcelaroggeri.com    www.valmalete.com             www.cdpresto.com 

Maria Victoria Di Pace  (Vocalist, Actor, Collaborator: The Meeting Place)

Born in Buenos Aires, Maria trained as an actress at the Paolo Grassi Drama School in Milan. She has worked as an actress, singer and tango dancer in Argentina, Italy, UK and US. Theatre credits include: Questa sera si recita a soggetto, Piccolo Teatro; The small hour’s Tango ,Italian tour; Carmen, Dal Verme Theatre; Romeo and Juliet, Caligula, Miss Julie ,Paolo Grassi Theatre; Lachaim, BAC; Futurology, National Theatre Scotland; Desir, Spiegelworld New York; Romance de Tango, Argentine Embassy in NY. Film credites include: Maria “Three” Picture Film and Linda in “All About Linda”, Dania Film. She also directed: “Birth” Roundhouse Theatre, London; “nO-bOdy nOse” The Space Theatre; London and “sOmething sweet” Abbiategrasso Theatre Festival, Italy.


Maria Victoria Singer Showreel

Oded Kafri (Percussionist, Collaborator: Affluenza)

Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, Oded began playing at the age of ten and by sixteen he moved to Paris and was inntroduced to new drumming styles such as jazz afro/funk.. His playing style is characterized by thorough dedication to time keeping and swing, a great dynamic spectrum and an ability to play several styles.TV shows include Strictly Come Dancing, and Dancing with The Stars and the musicals, Chicago and Guy’s & Dolls in the West End.


Oded Kafri: The Drum Machine Project


Sacha Silva (Band, Collborator: Affluenza)

A Canadian-born guitarist of Sri Lankan and Bulgarian blood. Together with singer Munya B.(a.k.a. Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay, UK/India) and percussionist/composer Drew Morgan (UK/US), the trio creates a new kind of world music, one which speaks to a new generation of global wanderers, travelers, immigrants, expats and half-breeds. Their music has been described by independent music pioneers CDBaby.com as "unforgettable and startling in the most powerful of ways" with a "stunning, captivating voice that leaves a lasting impression." The trio is self-managed and releases all of its materials through its own label, Migrant Worker Records.


Sacha Silva: Sol Y Luna