Creative and intuitive cellist, arranger and composer.
Juan Ignacio Ferreras is an Argentinian cello player and improviser, born in Buenos Aires in 1987. For more than a decade he has taken part in several projects in which contemporary and popular music and dance intersect.
He is an original interpreter, open to sound and body experimentation. He is a cello teacher, graduated from Conservatorio Superior de Música Astor Piazzolla. He also holds a degree in Sociology, awarded by Universidad de Buenos Aires, which enriches his experience through his art.
He has taken part in Hugo Pilger (Brasil), Fábio Presgrave (Brasil), José Pedro Ottonello (Uruguay-EEUU), Pedro de Alcántara (Brasil), Gastón Colloca y Jacques Morelembaun (Brasil) cello masterclasses, among others.
At present, he pursues cello studies with Maestro Stanimir Todorov (specializing in repertoire for cello solo of the 20th and 21th century, as Britten, Glass, Lavista, Farkas, Franciosi, Frey, among others) and contemporary dance with Marta Lantermo and Martín Piliponsky.
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