Flute, saxophone and musical director
Since 1990, Julián Vat has performed as musical director and musician for great musical figures such as Julio Bocca, Juan Carlos Copes, Miguel Ángel Zotto, Lidia Segni, Chet Walker and Ana María Stekelman to name a few.
Vat is author to more than 70 musical creations for cinema, ballet and theater. He has also directed performances such as “Cabaret”, “Pingo Argentino”, “Tango de burdel salón y calle” and “Operatango” in Argentina and abroad.
He has recorded “La Historia del Tango” alongside Cacho Tirao, presenting the work in Europe and Argentina. He’s also worked with Mercedes Sosa, Enrique Morente, Joan Manuel Serrat, and he’s presented himself as soloist with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Mar del Plata at the Teatro Colón, interpreting music by Astor Piazzolla.
Among his many awards and recognitions, the most notable consist of: Ace award, the Hugo award for musical theater, and the Martin Fierro award for his work in musical theater, film and television.
Since 2000 he has interpreted and directed music performances for the Astor Piazzolla Foundation, bringing the Maestro’s music to stages all around the globe.