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Juampy Juarez is one of the most versatile, original and innovative players of his generation, He lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Juampy can play jazz, rock, fusion or heavy metal with equal facility.He tooks lessons with great Pat Martino, Jack Wilkins, Gene Bertoncini, Jonathan Kreisberg, Barry Harris, Sid Jacobs, Paul Meyers, Bruce Arnold, and his main mentor, Pino Marrone. He has played in such important cities as New York, Buenos Aires, Sao Pablo, Bangkok ,Barcelona , Madrid , Girona (Spain), and Paris with the likes of John Stowell, Jack Wilkins, Gene Bertoncini, Peter Mazza, Ben Monder, Howard Alden, Joe Giglio, Tony De Caprio, Russ Spiegel, Pino Marrone, bassist Steve La Spina, Sid Jacobs, Sheryl Bailey, Jim Silverstein, Dan Adler, Tosh Sheridan, Matt Butterman, Tony Romano, Marco Opedissano, Rick Stone, Jim Hershman, ex- former Pat Metheny group singer and composer Pedro Aznar, Paul Meyers, trombonist Jim Masters, Bassist Thomson Mckneeland, Tom Dempsey, Joe Berger, Israel alto sax player Gilad Atzmon, Matt Askinazof, Eric Leboucher radiguet(France), Luis Sanchez Trio(Spain) among many Argentina top stars like Los Piojos, La Renga, and Ciro Martinez, Axel, and Luciano Pereyra. He played in the most importants venues of Buenos Aires, as wordly famous and prestigious Teatro Colon, Rock’s temple Cemento, and jazz clubs like Jazz&Pop, Bebop Club, Clasica y Moderna and Thelonious Club. In NY, he have been playing at the prestigious 55 Bar, Smoke and Bar Next Door. Juampy has been teaching for the past 25 years, privately and at different universities from Bangkok to Buenos Aires. He is a clinician too, with around 20 videolessons for the great american web site mikesmasterclasses.com , 35 videos on Juampy’s modernguitarlessons on youtube.com, plus many music’s magazines. He has written four books called “Contrapuntal Improvisation”, “Guitar Explorations”, “Improvisacion avanzada III”and !Poliphonic Imporvisation”
by Dom Minasi
Welcome to Guitarists Rendezvous, our first installment in a series that introduces readers to emerging or established guitarists who fly just under the radar of public recognition. Each will field the same four questions and we've included audio and video so you can sample their music. We kick of the column with a diverse ...