Ramiro Marziani, a touring and studio guitarist, composer and conductor from Argentina. From an early age, every time I saw a guitar, I had a desire to play it. Having lived in various countries and performed all over the world, I carry a diverse musical knowledge and background that has made me a highly adaptable and flexible musician.
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Marziani resides in New York City. He holds a degree from Berklee College of Music (Summa Cum Laude), with a degree in Jazz Composition. A versatile improviser and proficient in a wide range of styles, Ramiro has shared the stage with Toto la Momposina, Pablo Ziegler, Taimane, and others.
For Marziani, inspiration comes from many different places. A walk to a remote part of town, sitting by the river or observing people’s faces in a crowded place.
“The Martian’s Playground” is Marziani’s first full album, recorded and produced in 2018. A high-energy, driving and exploratory voyage throughout many cultures and sounds, the record slides through Hard Rock, Jazz, South American Folk and Fingerstyle Acoustic songs.
Marziani calls this "Martian Music - music from outer space".