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Guillermo Rozenthuler

Gesang + Atemtechnik + Body Workshops
Guillermo Rozenthuler is an accomplished singer, guitarist and composer from Argentina who has relocated to London after a more than a decade performing the length and breadth of South America. He is a member of the award winning band 'Orient House Ensemble'. At WOMAD he presented material from his latest release, ‘The Blue Hour’. Guillermo is one of the most in-demand voice coaches and activists on the London Latin scene.
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Guillermo is a versatile vocalist, guitarist and composer. He is the lead singer of Rioplatenses, a band featuring some of UK’s top Latin musicians. They appear regularly in London, performing Guillermo’s originals and their distinctly contemporary take on traditional South American folklore. Rioplatenses have recently released their first live album, A route to the roots.
Guillermo moved to the UK in 2000 after more than 10 years performing and teaching in Buenos Aires, where he grew his reputation as a jazz and Latin vocalist and voice coach. Now based in London, he regularly takes part in several musical and pedagogic projects across Europe.
Guillermo didn't find tango, tango found him after he moved to Europe. From his home base in London, he has now become one of the leading voices of tango in the UK, working regularly with various UK and Europe-based tango bands, La Portatil, Mala Pinta, Los Mareados.
Formerly the vocalist of outstanding sax player Gilad Atzmon’s Orient House Ensemble, winner of the BBC Jazz awards, Guillermo has recorded in their album, Musik, hailed “Best Jazz album of the Year', (J Lewis, Time Out).
After moving to London, Guillermo immersed himself in the melting pot of European, African and Asian influences that define the musical landscape of the city. In 2007 he has achieved a Masters degree with distinction in Ethnomusicology (Middle Eastern music) at SOAS.
Off stage Guillermo is committed to his work as a vocal coach and workshop leader. He runs weekly singing workshops and teaches one-to one from his London studio. Since 2005 he joined the faculty of the Global Music Foundation, taking part as a voice coach and workshop leader in their European music seminars.

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