From: IN, United States

Jazz, Latin Jazz, Instrumental

Latin Jazz Keyboardist Tony Marino Release 11th CD "Tango Silhouette"

Tango Silhouette is inspired by Tony’s family roots & the great Astor Piazzolla.

Ft. Wayne, USA: Latin jazz and world music maestro Tony Marino proudly announces his 11th CD “Tango Silhouette” which is inspired by his family roots and the great Argentine tango composer and arranger Astor Pantaleón Piazzolla. The new release is a unique body of work that typifies Tony’s classic, upbeat, soothing and melancholic Latin music sounds in a career writing, composing & recording original compositions that has spanned over two decades.

Since 1997, Tony Marino has been dishing out album after album to much critical acclaim and Tango Silhouette has been receiving only positive reviews after positive reviews:

"Absolutely one of the cuts on the record that really captures the vibe & spirit – you feel this one – I’ve been movin’ & groovin’ in my chair while I’ve been writing this up for many of the tunes on Tango Silhouette, but “That’s It” was just about the most reliable cut on the record in that sense, which always made for a solid exit from Tony’s record & a great reason to return. He’s a great guy, a great musician, and he’s done a great job all-around on this latest album." (

"If Tony Marino’s work is not yet a part of your musical language, it very well should be. The writing and arrangements transport the listener along an aural journey filled with emotional twists and turns. The musicianship is flawless in all parts, and Marino’s keyboards become both lyrical and almost visual at times. If you only acquire one album of original tango music for your collection this year, you could hardly do better than “A Tango Silhouette”. (

"Tony Marino is an experienced veteran of the Philly music scene and beyond, with a special focus on tango music. Inspired by influential artists like Astor Piazzolla, and by his rich family history, Tony created a beautiful full-length album called “Tango Silhouette.” (

“Jazz fans will appreciate the dexterity of playing and the deftness of the compositions, regular punters will find a groovesome and fun re-examination of seductive and sensual sounds but everyone will find something to love in a collection of musical soundscapes that have one foot firmly planted in Latin jazz but the other stepping out to explore the world and its music.” (Dancing About Architecture)

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