bayres1BAYRES HORNS is a horn quartet whose main objective is to promote new repertoire, specifically Argentine and Latin American music. The group’s members are Fernando Chiappero, Luis Ariel Martino, Gustavo Ibacache, and Christian Morabito, all of whom are members of the Philharmonic Orchestra and the Stable Orchestra of the Colón Theater in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Since its inception in 2017, BAYRES HORNS has performed at numerous concerts as well as important music festivals, including the 49th annual IHS International Symposium (International Horn Society) en Natal (Brasil), the 5th annual Encontro Brasileiro de Trompistas, the Festival y Mundial Internacional de Tango – TANGOBA 2018 (Argentina), the Concerts Season in the SODRE Theater (Montevideo, Uruguay) and the Season “Argentine Interpreters” in the Colón Theater (Argentina).

Fernando Chiappero: “I personally believe that in the life of every musician there is an ever-present desire and necessity to allow space for one's own projects, which stimulate creativity and the development of our ideas and capabilities.”

Christian Morabito: “When we visit other countries we are often asked about the name of the group. BAYRES is a popular expression in Argentina, which signifies the city of Buenos Aires. We chose this name because it clearly represents us both culturally and geographically. “BAYRES” is BUENOS AIRES.”

In 2018, BAYRES HORNS launched their first album CONCERTANGO, a disc dedicated to the TANGO, including the different styles of the genre. The CD CONCERTANGO is available on all the digital platforms and on traditional compact disc format.

Luis Ariel Martino: “One thing that was very clear amongst us was the need to offer a different alternative from that which was already known both to the public in general and to the musical community. For some time now in Latin America, new proposals have been emerging which express a need to return to our roots. This was most certainly the principal motivation which gave form to this project.”

BAYRES HORNS is a horn quartet whose main objective is to promote new repertoire, specifically Argentine and Latin American music. The group’s members are Fernando Chiappero, Luis Ariel Martino, Gustavo Ibacache, and Christian Morabito, all of whom are members of the Philharmonic Orchestra and the Stable Orchestra of the Colón Theater in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Since its inception in 2017, BAYRES HORNS has performed at numerous concerts as well as important music festivals, including the 49th annual IHS International Symposium (International Horn Society) en Natal (Brasil), the 5th annual Encontro Brasileiro de Trompistas, the Festival y Mundial Internacional de Tango , TANGOBA 2018 (Argentina), the Concerts Season in the SODRE Theater (Montevideo, Uruguay) and the Season "Argentine Interpreters" in the Colón Theater (Argentina).

Fernando Chiappero: “I personally believe that in the life of every musician there is an ever-present desire and necessity to allow space for one's own projects, which stimulate creativity and the development of our ideas and capabilities.”

Christian Morabito: “When we visit other countries we are often asked about the name of the group. BAYRES is a popular expression in Argentina, which signifies the city of Buenos Aires. We chose this name because it clearly represents us both culturally and geographically. "BAYRES" is BUENOS AIRES."

In 2018, BAYRES HORNS launched their first album CONCERTANGO, a disc dedicated to the TANGO, including the different styles of the genre. The CD CONCERTANGO is available on all the digital platforms and on traditional compact disc format.

Luis Ariel Martino: “One thing that was very clear amongst us was the need to offer a different alternative from that which was already known both to the public in general and to the musical community. For some time now in Latin America, new proposals have been emerging which express a need to return to our roots. This was most certainly the principal motivation which gave form to this project.”

Fernando Chiappero: “Which music to perform? Which path would lead us to discover a different sound? These were some of the questions to be resolved and we asked ourselves, ’Why not perform tango?’ That was when we decided to produce our own musical arrangements. We wanted to create a proprietary and authentic sound that would identify us. I have the honor and privilege to have made all the musical arrangements and adaptations, a challenge which brought me much personal, artistic, and creative growth.”

Gustavo Ibacache: “It is evident that Latin music is being heard ever more strongly in the world, opening new roads as an alternative to traditional repertoire. Great composers have known how to transport that special richness of rhythm and distinctive harmony to orchestral and chamber music. To capitalize on those resources within the sonority of a French horn quartet is a big challenge for us and an important responsibility which requires intense work and knowledge of different musical styles.”

In 2019, BAYRES HORNS presented their show CONCERTANGO for the first time in Europe, specifically in Spain, performing concerts in Barcelona and Valencia, and in the ITALIAN BRASS WEEK (Festival da Firenze), Italy.

Christian Morabito: “Why do we consider CONCERTANGO to be a show? Simply because it is an atypical concert format. We incorporate different elements. There is a fluid interaction with the public, who actively partakes in the concert experience. In other words, not only do we enjoy performing together, but also receiving constant feedback from the audience, which makes everything so special. I think that the modern audience needs to be closer to the artists, such that everything is more dynamic. Let’s just say that it’s all about breaching the distance between the stage and the listeners.”

Luis Ariel Martino: “We have incorporated elements into the show such as dance, theater, costumes, and especially videos and imagery which constantly interact with the strictly musical aspect. I have the pleasure of being the one who edit and produces the audiovisual components of our shows. It’s something very special for me because the images must be carefully chosen, with the objective being to transmitted essence of our music. It is clearly a very creative space which is perfectly complemented by both the performing and creating of music.”

Fernando Chiappero: "Teniendo presents our music in Europe was a truly incredible experience. Seeing how people enjoyed the tango, how those chords sounded, and those melodies in such historic and emblematic venues seeing the reaction of the audience being partly surprised that four French horns can tango, really was a dream fulfilled.”

BAYRES HORNS is frequently invited to festivals and symposiums to give masterclasses and work with the upcoming generations of horn players. In addition, the group is dedicated to stimulating contemporary Latin American composers to create new original works to be premiered with the objective of enriching the universal repertoire and continuing to transmit the development of the French horn throughout the region. In 2017, they performed the world premiere of Variaciones Concertantes para Cuatro Cornos y Orquesta, by the Brazilian composer Arthur Barbosa, in collaboration with the Unisinos Orchestra of Porto Alegre (Brasil). In 2021, Bayres Horns will premiere the Concerto for Four Horns and Orchestra by the Argentine composer Gerardo Gardelin with the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra.

Gustavo Ibacache: “As part of our project, it is very important for us to collaborate with contemporary composers so that they may dedicate compositions to our instrument and especially to our formation as a quartet. We have received proposals and have also commissioned compositions which will be premiered very soon, as is the case with the piece by the composer Gerardo Gardelin, which will be the very first Argentine piece written for four horns and orchestra.”

Christian Morabito: “Whether as a group or individually, those of us who form part of BAYRES HORNS have an intense activity in the area of education, principally in Argentina and all of Latin America, participating in festivals and encounters which are of vital importance for the development of new generations of French horn players.”

During the current year, BAYRES HORNS will launch their second album “BAYRES HORNS JUGAR PIAZZOLLA”, an integration of the music of Astor Piazzolla in a different format, a new fusion with the traditional elements of the New Tango. The album will be presented in September 2021 and available on all the digital platforms.

Luis Ariel Martino: “We believe undoubtedly that this new disc dedicated to Astor Piazzolla and his music will be something very special, as the selected works include not only his most famous pieces, but also ones which are lesser-known. We always wanted to make an album that was completely dedicated to the music of Astor, basically because it represents the beginning of something new. Piazzolla has found his way into everyone’s hearts with his music.”

Fernando Chiappero: “BAYRES HORNS PLAY PIAZZOLLA will be a fusion disc. The horns fused with those instruments associated with the music of Piazzolla, such as the Bandoneón, piano, violin, double bass, drums, and voice. It will also include an unedited version of TANGAZO, the original piece by Astor Piazzolla for chamber orchestra but this time in a version for Eight Horns and Orchestra. This is without a doubt a huge challenge not only from my place as a performer but also as an arranger, due to the fact that this fusion has never before been attempted and also because it utilizes a totally different which we continue to discover little by little and which we enjoy greatly.”

Gustavo Ibacache: “Recording this disc, my first disc with BAYRES is a beautiful experience for me, as I am originally from Chile and live in Argentina for some time now, getting closer to tango, and in this case to the music of Piazzolla from a different origin, is a big challenge.” Christian Morabito: “We have had the pleasure of recording this new disc with amazing musicians, some of whom have played with Piazzolla and have taken part in his projects. An amazing experience. We are really very happy and anxious to be able to present this new proyecto."

BAYRES HORNS: “We especially thank the International Horn Society for inviting us to participate in this space and for promoting our project. We invite you all to follow us on social media, including Facebook, Instagram and YouTube / bayreshorns and to visit our website www.bayreshorns.com. Muchas gracias!

“Which music to perform? Which path would lead us to discover a different sound? These were some of the questions to be resolved and we asked ourselves, ’Why not perform tango?’ That was when we decided to produce our own musical arrangements. We wanted to create a proprietary and authentic sound that would identify us. I have the honor and privilege to have made all the musical arrangements and adaptations, a challenge which brought me much personal, artistic, and creative growth.”

Gustavo Ibacache: “It is evident that Latin music is being heard ever more strongly in the world, opening new roads as an alternative to traditional repertoire. Great composers have known how to transport that special richness of rhythm and distinctive harmony to orchestral and chamber music. To capitalize on those resources within the sonority of a French horn quartet is a big challenge for us and an important responsibility which requires intense work and knowledge of different musical styles.”

In 2019, BAYRES HORNS presented their show CONCERTANGO for the first time in Europe, specifically in Spain, performing concerts in Barcelona and Valencia, and in the ITALIAN BRASS WEEK (Festival da Firenze), Italy.

Christian Morabito: “Why do we consider CONCERTANGO to be a show? Simply because it is an atypical concert format. We incorporate different elements. There is a fluid interaction with the public, who actively partakes in the concert experience. In other words, not only do we enjoy performing together, but also receiving constant feedback from the audience, which makes everything so special. I think that the modern audience needs to be closer to the artists, such that everything is more dynamic. Let’s just say that it’s all about breaching the distance between the stage and the listeners.”

Luis Ariel Martino: “We have incorporated elements into the show such as dance, theater, costumes, and especially videos and imagery which constantly interact with the strictly musical aspect. I have the pleasure of being the one who edit and produces the audiovisual components of our shows. It’s something very special for me because the images must be carefully chosen, with the objective being to transmitted essence of our music. It is clearly a very creative space which is perfectly complemented by both the performing and creating of music.”

Fernando Chiappero: “Having presents our music in Europe was a truly incredible experience. Seeing how people enjoyed the tango, how those chords sounded, and those melodies in such historic and emblematic venues seeing the reaction of the audience being partly surprised that four French horns can tango, really was a dream fulfilled.”

BAYRES HORNS is frequently invited to festivals and symposiums to give masterclasses and work with the upcoming generations of horn players. In addition, the group is dedicated to stimulating contemporary Latin American composers to create new original works to be premiered with the objective of enriching the universal repertoire and continuing to transmit the development of the French horn throughout the region. In 2017, they performed the world premiere of Variaciones Concertantes para Cuatro Cornos y Orquesta, by the Brazilian composer Arthur Barbosa, in collaboration with the Unisinos Orchestra of Porto Alegre (Brasil). In 2021, Bayres Horns will premiere the Concerto for Four Horns and Orchestra by the Argentine composer Gerardo Gardelin with the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra.

Gustavo Ibacache: “As part of our project, it is very important for us to collaborate with contemporary composers so that they may dedicate compositions to our instrument and especially to our formation as a quartet. We have received proposals and have also commissioned compositions which will be premiered very soon, as is the case with the piece by the composer Gerardo Gardelin, which will be the very first Argentine piece written for four horns and orchestra.”

Christian Morabito: “Whether as a group or individually, those of us who form part of BAYRES HORNS have an intense activity in the area of education, principally in Argentina and all of Latin America, participating in festivals and encounters which are of vital importance for the development of new generations of French horn players.”

During the current year, BAYRES HORNS will launch their second album “BAYRES HORNS PLAY PIAZZOLLA”, an integration of the music of Astor Piazzolla in a different format, a new fusion with the traditional elements of the New Tango. The album will be presented in September 2021 and available on all the digital platforms.

Luis Ariel Martino: “We believe undoubtedly that this new disc dedicated to Astor Piazzolla and his music will be something very special, as the selected works include not only his most famous pieces, but also ones which are lesser-known. We always wanted to make an album that was completely dedicated to the music of Astor, basically because it represents the beginning of something new. Piazzolla has found his way into everyone’s hearts with his music.”

Fernando Chiappero: “BAYRES HORNS PLAY PIAZZOLLA will be a fusion disc. The horns fused with those instruments associated with the music of Piazzolla, such as the Bandoneón, piano, violin, double bass, drums, and voice. It will also include an unedited version of TANGAZO, the original piece by Astor Piazzolla for chamber orchestra but this time in a version for Eight Horns and Orchestra. This is without a doubt a huge challenge not only from my place as a performer but also as an arranger, due to the fact that this fusion has never before been attempted and also because it utilizes a totally different which we continue to discover little by little and which we enjoy greatly.”

Gustavo Ibacache: “Recording this disc, my first disc with BAYRES is a beautiful experience for me, as I am originally from Chile and live in Argentina for some time now, getting closer to tango, and in this case to the music of Piazzolla from a different origin, is a big challenge.” Christian Morabito: “We have had the pleasure of recording this new disc with amazing musicians, some of whom have played with Piazzolla and have taken part in his projects. An amazing experience. We are really very happy and anxious to be able to present this new project.”

BAYRES HORNS: “We especially thank the International Horn Society for inviting us to participate in this space and for promoting our project. We invite you all to follow us on social media, including Facebook, Instagram and YouTube / bayreshorns and to visit our website www.bayreshorns.com. Muchas gracias!

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