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Julieta Eugenio, Young Argentinian Saxophonist based in New York city. Julieta was borned in Necochea (Buenos Aires) where she began studying music under the direction of Juan Carlos Gesualdi. She started with piano and then moved to saxophone and clarinet. In 2008, she started her journey to the big city, Buenos Aires, to continue her musical studies at Carrera Superior de Jazz del Conservatorio Manuel de Falla, Conservatorio Nacional Lopez Buchardo ( IUNA) and some private lessons too. ​Julieta embeded herself into the Argentinian jazz scene and performed in renowed jazz venues in Buenos Aires alongside master musicians. Julieta was accepted to study at Queens College for a Jazz Master degree in New York city. After her Master Graduation, nowadays, Julieta is playing alongside the finest jazz musicians from the worldwide and New York city jazz scene, such as Johnny O'Neal, Phillip Harper,Pasquale Grasso, Yotam Silberstein, Paul Sikivie, Neal Miner, Michael Mossman, David Berkman, Colin Stranahan, Jonathan Barber, and more. ​Recentley Julieta had the opportunity to perform on one of the most prestigious jazz broadcast radios in the US - WBGO


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