Leonardo Suárez Paz leads the GRAMMY-Award nominated Cuartetango string quartet to the forefront of 21st century Nuevo Tango, following in the footsteps of his mentor, the revolutionary composer Astor Piazzolla, along whose side he had grown up. A “virtuoso extraordinaire on the violin” (Wynton Marsalis), Mr. Suarez Paz is a 4th generation Tango artist who brings forth a new vision of Argentina’s rich culture with an “ingenious musical concept,” (The Day, CT) - a classical string quartet, which “personifies and embodies the authentic spirit of Tango” (Latin Grammy).

Cuartetango has been featured in the Sala Grande of the Teatro Colon Opera House in Buenos Aires, the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and The Metropolitan Museum in New York, Chautauqua Institution, Cleveland Museum of Art, Buenos Aires Tango Festival, on PBS, WQXR, National Radio in Argentina and live at the 13th Latin Grammy Awards Ceremony, following a double nomination for it's 2012  album "Masters of Bandoneon," as Best Tango Album and Best Classical Contemporary Composition.

“a serious pitch to the black-tie segment."

- Los Angeles Times

“personifies and embodies the authentic spirit of Tango.”

- LARAS, live at the Latin Grammy Awards

“His knowledge of the tango violin playing conveys a century of individual styles.”

- The STRAD Magazine

“ingenious”  “a Force 5 sensoral explosion”

- The Day, Connecticut   

“Leonardo is one of the finest Tango violinists...”

-Bill Bragin, Director of Public Programming at Lincoln Center on FOX 5 Good Day NY

“Leonardo Suarez Paz - Tango Master of the 21st Century"

- LATINA, Japan


February 15



April 20 - May 2

ITALY tour