Lautaro Greco


Lautaro Greco studied at the Astor Piazzolla Music School in the City of Buenos Aires. Together with his brother Emiliano Greco, he leads the Grecos Tango Septet, and he is also a member of the Leopoldo Federico’s Orchestra and the Pablo Agri Quarter. Greco has also been a soloist at the Juan de Dios Filbert Argentinean Music Orchestra since 2007.

Both as part of an ensemble and as a soloist, Greco has taken part in many musical tours and events in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Notably in 2010, he performed the closing act at the Buenos Aires City Tango Festival with Leopoldo Federico’s Orchestra and the prestigious Panamanian singer Rubén Blades; in 2008, he took part in Sexteto Mayor, with whom he recorded an album that won the Carlos Gardel Award to best Tango Orchestra Album; also in 2008, he went on a solo tour around France featuring Pablo Agri Quartet.

In 2013, at the Buenos Aires City Tango Festival, Greco performed as first bandoneon with the Arregladores de Troilo Orchestra. He was also a bandoneon soloist and, directed by maestros Ernesto Jodos and Pedro Casis, he performed “Tangos y Postangos” (Suite Nº1).

Recently, he’s been recording and performing with the Quinteto Astor Piazzolla, as well collaborating on his own with reputable artists such as Joyce DiDonato in her latest album “Songplay”.