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July 25 | Stuttgart | Ensemble diX

July 25, 2019 | 19 Hs. (Stuttgart-Germany) Ensemble diX in concert Contemporary Art Museum 50th anniversary of the death of the painter Otto Dix. Works by: Ezequiel Diz, Alfredo Casella, Arvo Pärt, Erwin Schulhoff and Olav Kröger.

Concert in Córdoba

The O.C.M.C. with the address of Mtro. Santiago Ruiz, will perform the play "Tres Tangos" by Ezequiel Diz

Ezequiel Diz + New Argentine Trio

The New Argentine Trio premiered the work of Ezequiel Diz

Polyiarmony at the Book Fair 2019

The book Poliarmonía de Ezequiel Diz will be presented at the Book Fair 2019 in Rosario

May 28 | Córdoba | UNC Symphony Orchestra

Culture of Extension invites the second Concert of the Symphonic Orchestra of the UNC on Tuesday, May 28 at 8:30 pm in the Hall of the Americas of the Argentine Pavilion.

May 26 | Rosario | Nuevo Trío Argentino

The distinguished "New Argentine trio" integrated by Fernando Pérez, Elías Gurevich and Myriam Santucci premiered work of Ezequiel Diz in Rosario.

May 16 | Salta | Vento Quintet

VENTO Quintet in Concert Cecilia Ulloque - Traverse Flute Fabián Contreras - Bassoon Claudio La Rocca - Corno Dante Ottaviano - Clarinet Sebastián Vallejo - Oboe

May | Seminar on Polyharmony

The composer Ezequiel Diz will dictate in the School of Music of the National University of Rosario a seminar dedicated entirely to polyharmony.

April 27 Usina del Arte

Concert of the A.A.C. (Asociación Argentina de Compositores) at the Usina del Arte on Saturday, April 27, 2019

Comments

Rosario has a Messi of music called Ezequiel Diz, is a monster of composition that is permanently required in Europe, I know him as a young man and I will always insist on admiring his talent and his musical wonders.

Víctor Hugo MoralesJournalist, speaker and writer

Great composer that with his own style expresses through his works the potentialities of our music of different aspects, transforming them into very elaborate academic works and harmonically very current.
Always his works are a very important challenge for any instrumentalist since he knows technically the instruments and their expressive possibilities very well.
But what excites me most is the warmth, joy and enthusiasm that is always reflected in the applause of the public when we play their works.

Elías GurevichViolinist

I love your book and I hope it is part of the teaching of modern harmony as soon as possible.

Arturo MárquezMexican composer