Finisterre Tango

Curriculum and members

The group was formed in the city of Buenos Aires, in 2011. A powerfull sound makes Finisterre live shows reflects a portrait of the current Buenos Aires, in the search of renewing the genre maintaining its stylistic gestures.

From its origins, Finisterre has understood tango as an versatile genre, which can invite to dance and at the same time be a music with all the elements and exponents to enjoy in concert. In this line, the group interprets a vast repertoire of their own compositions that allows them to insert themselves in large stages and festivals as well as milongas. Finisterre has performed in most of Buenos Aires milongas and tango festivals. It has taken his music to the most important tango concert halls in the city, such as the Sala Argentina of the Kirchner Cultural Center, the Verdi theater, Orlando Goñi theater, CAFF and Torquato Tasso, and renowned venues such as the San Martín Cultural Center, the Parque Centenario Amphitheater and Casa del Bicentenario, among others. In 2013 it was selected for the “Bares Notables” Cycle, performing at the traditional bar La Biela, in La Recoleta neighborhood. The same year Finisterre recorded his first album in ION, mythical studios of Buenos Aires, starting presentations of it in different spaces. During January 2014 Finisterre made its first tour outside the country, in Uruguay, making several presentations with great reception in different cities, including participation at the main stage of the International Musicians Encounter “Jazz a la Calle”, in the city of Mercedes.

It has several collaborations in the world of visual arts, among which “Pichuco” (Puente Films), a documentary about the work of Aníbal Troilo, which officially premiered in several countries simultaneously on July 11th, 2014, at the 100th anniversary birth of the great bandoneonist ( In 2015 they made the arrangements and recorded the music of the short film “Soy Buenos Aires” ( The same year the group is selected to participate in the “Proyecto Disco” of Estudio Urbano; and in 2017 they are finalists of the First International Tango Ensemble Contest organized by Tango Sin Fin.

During the years 2016 and 2017, they made their first two European tours, which led them to present themselves with great success in many places of Germany, Switzerland, Holland and Austria.

On the return of the second tour they finalize the production of their second album POPULAR, which was recorded at the ION studios and it is presented at the main stages of the City of Buenos Aires with full room, recognizing the group as one of the main exponents of the new tango movement of the 21st century.

2018 begins for Finisterre with a great presentation at the International Musicians Encounter “Jazz a la Calle” in Mercedes, Uruguay, providing a concert for three thousand people in its main stage. At the same time, its members dictate clinics on technical elements of the genre to musicians from different countries participating in the meeting.

In these moments, after a memorable performance in the Club Atlético Fernández Fierro in Buenos Aires, and also after a very successful third European tour, the group is preparing the rest of the year with more presentations and more new Tango.

Finisterre Tango is:

Bruno Cuellar

Born in Cochabamba, he began his studies at the Institute of Arts and Sciences Eduardo Laredo Cochabamba Bolivia. He moved to Buenos Aires in 2009 to immerse himself fully in the tango genre, taking classes with great masters of the genre such as Mauricio Marcelli (first violin of O. Pugliese) and playing in different groups of the genre. He is currently studying a violin degree at the National University of Lanus and continues taking classical repertoire classes with Daniel Robuschi.

Martín Santiago

From Buenos Aires, he began his musical career playing the electric bass, and more than 10 years ago finally found his medium of artistic expression in the contrabass. A session musician of several tango groups at present, he continues to perfect his technique with masters such as Juan Miguens. Professor of the Youth Orchestra Nation Project.

Emilio Cossani
Electric Guitar

From Buenos Aires, he graduated from the Tango Guitar Career of the EMPA. He has taken private lessons with Javier Cohen, Leandro Nikitoff and is a stable musician of the “Mariano Gonzalez Calo Quinteto Criollo”. Arranger and composer of Finisterre, he taken classes with Juan Cuacci, Julián Peralta, Diego Schissi. He olso dictate private Instrument classes both at public and private institutions. He is a session musician of Omar Mollo.

Juan Pablo Rallis

Also from Buenos Aires, he graduated from the Tango singing career at the Popular Music School of Avellaneda. With an extensive career in popular genres such as argentinian folk and “Murga Porteña”, he joined Finisterre in 2013 as a guest to become the stable singer of the band. He has taken vocal technique classes with teachers Calabrese, Brocco, Liftchitz and realized singing seminars on originary folk songs and repertoire of Río de la Plata region.

Damian Carracedo

Originally from San Cayetano is a founding member of the group. Graduated from the Popular Music School of Avellaneda, he is a pianist, arranger and composer. Began to study piano from childhood in classical repertoires, after his arrival in Buenos Aires took piano lessons in tango with different teachers such as Posetti, Peralta and Cuacci. He works as a teacher and pianist in public and private educational institutions.

Gustavo Bresciani

From Temperley Buenos Aires, his first steps in the genre were with the guitar to then fully enter the bandoneon. He took classes with the teachers Horacio Romo and Alejandro Zárate, and studied composition and counterpoint with Edgar Ferrer. He formed and is part of several groups highlighting his participation in Cabulero and El Rebusque as solo bandoneon, and in the Orquesta Típica Cambio de Frente, performing throughout the circuit of milongas and festivals in the City of Buenos Aires.