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"5 Tangos for stringquartett" -  Maximilian C. Jehuda Ewert
"5 Tangos for stringquartett" - Maximilian C. Jehuda Ewert
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Maximilian C. Jehuda Ewert was born in Soltau/Germany in 1974. Already in his childhood he started composing and playing violin and studied both in Augsburg with John van Buren, and later on at the Hochschule Würzburg with Heinz Winbeck. His music was performed in countries like Argentina, Canada, France, Israel, Austria, Norwegian, Switzerland and the States.

His compositions have been awarded several times, 1999 by the international Brahms-Competition of the ZEIT-Foundation and 2006 of the Oslo - Grieg Society. In 2001/2002 he was in residence of the Cité Internationale des Arts by a scholarship of the Bavarian government.

At the mean time he was an active violinists, playing in several orchestras, among them the Russian chamber-philharmonics St. Petersburg and –as a concertmaster- at the opera comique in Paris. Since 2001 Ewert stayed often in Argentina, where he worked together with Oscar Nicolas Fresedo and others, performances of his tangos established him in Buenos Aires.

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Maximilian C. Jehuda Ewert nacio en Soltau en 1974.El causaba ya mucha atencion como compositor desde su infancia. Su musica fue presentada en: Allemania,Argentina, Austria , Canada,Estados Unidos,Francia,Noruega, Israel y Suiza.

El tubo muchas distinciones como: El Premio Internacional Johannes-Brahms en 1999 de la fundaciòn ZEIT y el Premio Internacional de la Oslo-Grieg Society 2006 .

Desde 2001 y 2002 fue distingido con una beca de Allemania/Bavaria en la Cité Internationale des Arts de Paris.

En el mismo tiempo Maximilian C. Jehuda Ewert fue violonista en la Philharmonia Russa de camera de St. Petersburgo y por ultimò en la “Opera Comique de Paris” como primer violin.

Desde 2001 Ewert viajaba frecuentemente a Argentina donde el trabajaba juntos con Oscar N. Fresedo y otros compositores y autores en “tangos conciertos”.

Compartiendo estadìa en Argentina Capital Federal Buenos Aires en la calle Avellaneda 1863 segundo “A” (1406). Y en Francia Paris / 51, Bd Romain Rolland / 92120 Paris-Montrouge.

Sin dejar de lado la musica contemporenia que, es su passion, explorar e incursionar como compositor dentro del tango Argentino.

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