Musician, composer and educator, Osvaldo Lichtenzveig born in Argentina. He went on to receive his classical and popular music training in Cuba, in the prestigious National School of Arts (ENA) and Higher Institute of Arts (ISA). He completed his Master studies in the “Koninklijk Conservatorium van Brussel”, Belgium.
He received musical training from Hugo Pierre (Argentina), Jesus Rencurrel (Cuba), Carlos Averhoff (Cuba), Hedwig Swimberge (Belgium), Kris Defoort (Belgium). He has received master-classes from Silvie Hue, Henri Bok, Joze Kotar (KCB Brussel), Winton Marsalis, Steve Coleman (ISA Cuba).
He has played in numerous concerts halls and festivals; among others: in the “North Sea Jazz Festival” (Holand), the “Couleur Café” (Belgium) and the “Jazz à Montauban” (France), at the Canterbury University (Great Britain), at the “Gran Teatro de La Habana” (Cuba) and at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Argentina).
He start given clarinet master-class and concerts in Higher Institute of Arts (ISA), Havana, Cuba in 2007-2011, Bahía Blanca, Argentina 2010-2011, Neuquén 2006-2011. Invited to participate in Montevideo clarinet festival, Uruguay 2009-2010, Lima-Perú international clarinet congress 2011.
Osvaldo Lichtenzveig latest production, A dos Patas , represents the investigative work he's being doing since arriving to Patagonia (Argentina) in 2009 and contains pieces composed by Osvaldo Lichtenzveig and played by the “Osvaldo Listen Trío”.
Created and conduct the Neuquén jazz orchestra.
Created the Patagonia 2010-2012 international clarinet festival.