Composer and guitarist Juan Falú (Tucuman, Argentina) is a reference and cornerstone of contemporary Argentinean music. His compositions are established in the repertoire of numerous international musicians. As an interpreter, Juan employs his vast knowledge of folk rhythms, and displays an innate command of the artistry of improvisation. The accomplished classical guitarist Eduardo Fernandez has called him “ a real time composer.”
Among the numerous awards he received are the National Music Award (2000), the Clarin Prize (2001 and 2008) and the Gardel Prize (2008). For the past 30 years, he has toured the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa, and has offered concerts in prestigious halls in more than thirty countries. His recordings include 24 albums as soloist, and more than 50 as guest of other artists.