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Gabriel Palatchi was in born August 3, 1982 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At the age of 8, he started his first piano lessons. He then went on to study classical music at the conservatory Manuel de Falla school in Argentina. His studies led him to a Musical Production degree from the ORT High School in Argentina. He further expanded on his studies with a degree in music from the Berklee international School. During this time he studied under many great maestros of Blues, Tango, Jazz and Latin Jazz such as Alvaro Torres, Ricardo Nole and Ernesto Jodos. After graduation, he packed up his piano and started to travel to expand on his musical studies and experiences



Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Dinamita; Sefarad Roots; What Da Funk; Granizo; Tanguinho; Quedate; Jag Time; Grooving Dark; Eso Si!!; Huracan; Amnesia; The Battle; Vive.


Article: Album Review

Gabriel Palatchi: Trivolution

Read "Trivolution" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Argentinian pianist and composer Gabriel Palatchi offers his third album since 2010 with the genre-bending eclectic and multi-cultural Trivolution, forging a thirteen-piece repertoire of Latin jazz, Middle Eastern, Argentinian Tango, funk and other styles in a vibrant and varied musical package. The pianist--who currently spends his time between Canada, Mexico and Argentina--formed his working trio with ...


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Label: Self-produced
Released: 0
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Diario De Viaje

Label: Narada
Released: 2010


Caja Musical (music box)

Label: Self-produced
Released: 0


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