Ricardo Zanón
Is a pianist who graduated from the Conservatorio Nacional de Música Carlos López Buchardo. His teachers included Carlos Guastavino, Angela A. de Roberts, Dora Castro and Juan Pedro Franze.
He has toured Argentina and Latin America many times and been a guest soloist for orchestras including the Jazz Sinfónica de San Pablo (Brazil), Orquesta Sinfónica de Ibagué (Colombia) and Sinfónica Nacional (Argentina). In 2016 and 2017 he took part in the Festival Falla 70/7, set up by the maestro Castiñeira de Dios in homage to Juan Manuel de Falla, and gave concerts in Europe and Argentina.
In 2018 he was put forward for the Prize for the Most Distinguished Figure in the Arts in Patagonia. He works intensely on chamber music and is Regional Director of the Fundación El Sonido y el Tiempo (Foundation of Sound and Time), a body devoted to the promotion and teaching of music.