"Pablo Miró's heart beats to the beat of different cultures. The beat of his Argentinian homeland may be the clearest. His sound spectrum is fed by the variety of impulsive South American rhythms and the rich fund of European composition teachings.
With his masterful guitar playing, passionate singing and soulfully composed Songs, his artistic expression has an unmistakable quality. His music fuses bossa, South American folklore, tango, pop & chanson. Tradition & modernity cooperate in sound and design.
The release concert of his new CD "El Buen Vivir - the good life" will take place on March 2nd, accompanied by Carly Quiroz (piano) and Daniel "Topo" Gioia (perc.).
This socio-spiritual-political, sustainable view of life, courageous: “no one should be left behind”. Nature is considered the mother “Pachamama” and is and should be treated as such.
"El Buen Vivir" is the centuries-old holistic philosophy of life of most of the indigenous peoples of America: "Pachamama" is Mother Earth, her mother's milk, the water, makes us all one big family, no one is allowed to be left behind. Miró lets this ancient wisdom sound in his new songs. A groundbreaking hope full of humanity and solidarity is born.