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Eduardo Abramson, bandoneon, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a graduate in choral conducting of the Juan Jose Castro Conservatory in Buenos Aires. He has conducted pop and classical music concerts both within the Jewish community and outside of it. He founded and leads the Buenos Aires Consort, a vocal-instrumental group dedicated to the renaissance repertoire. In 1986 he immigrated to Israel where he continued his career as a conductor. He has conducted several Israeli choirs for the last 15 years. In 1994 he conducted two concerts of Jewish and Israeli music in Santiago de Chile. In 1995 he founded the Tango Bar ensemble which has appeared all over Israel and abroad. He studied bandoneon under Cesar Stroscio in Paris and also took several master classes in Buenos Aires. In 1988 he funded the Ensemble Latinoamerica. Abramson appears as a bandoneon soloist with several groups and orchestras like Musica Nova, the Israel Sinfonietta Beer-Sheba, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra IBA, the Israel Chamber Orchestra, the Ramat Gan Chamber Orchestra, the Orquesta Sinfonica Universidad de Concepcion (Chile) and the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Orchestra. He also performs in Buenos Aires in tango concerts together with guitarist Victor Villadangos.