Marina’s musical universe is composed by several elements : poetry, litterature, cinema, classical music, jazz, rock, the opera, la sculpture, painting, dance.

sound is a sculpted matter.

Modern tango music Marina Cedro

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Music is a burning place.

Music is alive, always changing. For me, being a musician is magic. When I sing sounds come out of my mouth, I receive air, I breath, I take my voice out, she leaves me and I set her free, I am the space. When I play the piano or the guitar my fingers are drawned by a melody. ‘Where does it come from?’ I ask myself astonished like a baby doing the first steps to conquer the world. Marina Cedro

Music is an opening.

Marina gets her inspiration from everyday life. The street’sounds, the piercing noises of the city, the birds singing, the sea, the wind, the storms, the whispering of lovers, screamings, rain, the sound of sighs…


Marina Cedro contemporary tango musician

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Johann Sebastian Bach, Leaster Young, Serge Rachmaninof, Maurice Ravel, Marina Abramovich, Keith Jarret, Henry Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Virginia Woolf, Sylvia Plath, Alejandra Pizarnik, Alfonsina Storni, Julio Cortazar, The Pink Floyd,  Jacques Tati, Marguerite Duras, Paul Vecchiali, Sol Lewitt, Art Tatum, Bud Powel, Françoise Sagan, Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham, Simone Forti, Pina Bausch, Bob Wilson, Lucinda Childs, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Georges Gurdjieff, Fritz Lang, Jean-François Laguione, Edward Muybridge, Boris Vian, Jack Monory, Benjamin Britten, Marcel Duchamp, Marcel Prust, Astor Piazzolla, Roberto Goyeneche, Pino Solanas, Edit Piaf, Barbara, Serge Gainsbourg, Francis Ford Coppola, Jean-Luc Godard, Bacon, Robert Bresson, Pierre Boulez, Olivier Messiaen, Sonia Delaunay, Jeanne D’Alcy et Meliès, Auguste Rodin, Camille Claudel, Colette…

Are just a few of the artists that inspired her work.

Modern argentine tango music

©Thierry Rajic