Marcelo Moguilevsky is a multi-instrumentalist musician (clarinet, bass clarinet, soprano sax, recorder, harmonica and piano); composer and teacher. He was part of the Puente Celeste quintet. Since 2011, he has been Director of the Music Department of the National Fund and Professor of Musical Language in Fine Arts of the UNLP. He made numerous shows integrating music and poetry (Pessoa, Borges and Cortazar) with the writer Santiago Kovadloff and Cesar Lerner co-author of music. His projects include frequent tours of Europe, North America, Brazil, Colombia and Paraguay. He composed music for cinema, contemporary dance, video art and theater.
César Lerner is an internationally renowned Argentinian composer, pianist, accordion player and percussionist. He has composed the music to some of the most successful films in Argentina, including Fabián Bielinsky’s Nueve reinas [Nine Queens], Daniel Burman’s El abrazo partido [Lost Embrace] and Derecho de familia [Family Law]. For over twenty years he has been coordinating his ‘Drum Circle’, a platform for inclusion through music in areas of social care, corporations, art and education He recently won the Award of Excellence at the Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards (HIIDA) for the soundtrack to Poli Martínez’s documentary Lea y mira [Read and Look].