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Beata Söderberg started playing the cello when she was eight, and she hasn't stopped since. Trained at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm, Sweden, she moved to New York City to complete a Masters in Music at the Manhattan School of Music in 2002. It was in New York that she discovered Argentinian tango and she began to both play and dance tango. After completing her studies she started to write her own tango music and in the summer of 2004 she traveled to Buenos Aires to record her first album, Beatitudes. Ms. Söderberg created a new tango sound with the cello as the leading voice
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As a child, she learned piano from her mother and sang in a children’s choir. At the age of eight, she began to play the cello – the instrument that would soon become her most important means of expression and a constant companion in life. Beatitudes, her début CD, was recorded in the legendary Estudios Ion in Buenos Aires in June 2004 together with some of the greatest tango musicians in the world: Walter Ríos (bandoneon), Juan Esteban Cuacci (piano), Roberto Tormo (bass) and José Luis Colzani (percussion). In November 2005, Söderberg recorded BeSo – her second full-length album of original tango composition, accompanied by her band JusTango: Christian Zarate (piano), Roberto Tormo (bass), Horacio Romo (bandoneon) Jose Luis Colzani (percussion). Bailata was released in 2008.
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