Agustin Uriburu is an Argentinian born, Brooklyn-based Cellist, Guitarist, Composer and Arranger.
As a multi-instrumentalist he covers a wide range of music styles that go from Jazz, Soul and Hip Hop to Tango, Latin American folklore, Classical Music, World Music and Beyond.
Agustin has always been a creative composer and is one of a relatively small group of cellists who has also emerged as a bandleader. His brand new album SANTA FE features some of the rising-stars of the NY jazz scene, such as Venezuelan pianist Gabriel Chakarji, Italian sax player Daniele Germani, and Argentinian drummer Juan Chiavassa. Together they find a new balance between Latin American Music, jazz, contemporary classical, folk, rock and beyond. Agustin Uriburu also opens up a new dimension on how cello could be used in modern music.
During the last few years he has played at some of New York’s most notable music venues, including Carnegie Hall, National Sawdust, The Stone at the New School, Minton’s, Joe’s Pub, Rockwood Music Hall, 92Y, Cornelia St. Cafe, Shapeshifter Lab, Nublu, Consulate General of Argentina in NY, just to name a few.
Agustin got to collaborate with many renowned artists, such as American jazz pianist and composer Uri Caine; multi Grammy Award Winner Residente, with whom Agustin recorded on the Latin Grammy-winner song “Antes Que El Mundo Se Acabe”; Argentinian Pianist Leo Genovese; singer songwriter Sol Liebeskind; former Piazzolla´s and Pugliese´s bandoneon player Daniel Binelli; violinist Mark Feldman; Steel pan player, Johnatan Scales, among many others.
He has Toured in the US, South Korea, Colombia, Costa Rica and performed in the most outstanding Concert Halls in Argentina.
Agustin has a degree in Cello performance from the National University of the Arts (Universidad Nacional de las Artes) in Buenos Aires, Argentina.