Maxi Padin

Cinematic Charango Composer

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Combines ancestral sounds - ronroco, charango, quenas - seeking the balance between organic and electronic achieving a cinematic result, with a multicultural and contemporary identity.

As a composer, he highlights his work in the original music for the film "Short Years, Eternal Days" that won the Havana Film Festival in 2019 and the original music for the TV series "I don't know how to return" currently available on platforms such as Cablevisión Flow, Canal Encuentro and broadcast by Argentine Public TV.
I have been professionally dedicated to music for 20 years, touring multiple stages and recording studios as a performer.
For almost 2 decades I have been part of "The Nada" the band that accompanies singer-songwriter Kevin Johansen.
We toured with Kevin and “The Nada” infinity of stages around the world, tours incredible places, sharing the stage with incredible artists such as Lila Downs, Jorge Drexler, Seu Jorge, Natalia Lafourcade and Daniela Mercury, Negro Rada, Calle 13, Fernando Cabrera, etc.
In the band I work as a multi-instrumentalist playing Ronroco, Charango, Electric / Acoustic Guitars, Cavaquinho, Percussion and on some "special" occasions I also play Drums.

Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.

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Chasqui runner by Maxi Padin

I was the Composer, Musician, Mixing, Matering in this production

GenresSounds Like
  • Philip Glass
  • Gustavo Santaolalla
Gear Highlights
  • Ronroco
  • Charango
  • Kalimbas
  • Cuatro Venezolano
  • Sikus
  • Acoustic & Electric Guitars
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