1st Show: Sunday, September 22, 5pm,
St. Aidan's Episcopal Church,
101 Gold Mine Dr, San Francisco.
Click HERE for TICKETS: $15 (Youth), $25 general admission. $35: First row seating.
2nd Show: Friday, September 27, 7:30pm,
at a private home in Pacific Height, San Francisco.
Click HERE for TICKETS: $15 (Youth 12-18), $30 general admission. $40: First row seating
3rd Show: Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 7:30 PM,
Red Poppy Art House,
2698 Folsom Street @ 23rd St, San Francisco
Click HERE for TICKETS: $25-30
Promoting, Booking and Managing Int'l Artists Tours Globally
"We help renowned and emerging int'l performing artists
gain exposure to local audiences around the world"
As a team of performing artists, we saw first hand the challenges faced by fellow artists in their attempts to establish a network and create the platform to share our artistry, and spread hope and happiness through music and culture. We noticed that even renown artists in their respective genres experience difficulties in promotional efforts outside of their own countries and cities, where they do not have an established network or a community to support them.
The public gets limited exposure to performing artists of diverse cultures especially in the fields of non-popular music, and musicians do not receive sufficient support unless they have established a name for themselves through well known competitions and the social media. This problem can be further exacerbated if the artists performs a culturally unique genre that is yet to be known to the masses.
We work closely with Artist from around the world to help them:
Virtuosic tango pianist, arranger and composer
Winner of Prestigious Gardel prize for his solo album "Tangos Para Piano" and considered among the best tango musicians of his generation.
Huffington post: "Pablo Estigarribia has fashioned a distinguished career around the world as a tango musician, arranger and composer. He’s toured on several continents, as a solo performer, in small groups, and with orchestras, and has embarked on a fine recording career. Seeing him perform is a special moment. At his solo concert for the San Francisco International Arts Festival this month 2017, he received a rousing, and long, standing ovation." - Terence Clark.
Solo performance in Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, February 2016
Adios Nonino by Astor Piazzolla. Pablo Estigarribia & his orchestra, Nakano Sun Plaza , Tokyo, February 2016.
Pablo Estigarribia NBC Interview on SF int'l Art Festival in English May 24, 2017
Morning talk show featuring Pablo Estigarribia and SF Int'l Art Festival 2017