Daniel Binelli, internationally renowned composer and master of the bandoneon, performs extensively throughout the world. Since his successful 1998 tour of Japan with the National Symphony Orchestra of Argentina, he has been a sought after soloist in the Far East as well as in Europe and the Americas. In October 2001, he appeared with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall under the baton of Charles Dutoit.
At the invitation of Maestro Dutoit, he appeared with the Australian Symphony Orchestra in September, 2003 in Sidney and with the Philadelphia Orchestra in February 2004. In 1989, Mr. Binelli toured Brazil, Chile, Germany, Spain, and France with Astor Piazzolla and his New Tango Sextet. Binelli's knowledge of Tango has earned him the most respected proponent of Piazzolla's musical legacy. He has recorded over 30 CDs with whom he worked for 14 years. Daniel Binelli is the Musical Director of Tango Metropolis as well as the Binelli Quintet.
"Mr. Binelli brought florid virtuosity and high-pressure emotionalism to "Aconcagua"
New York Times