Biography

Lysandre Donoso started his studies at 6 in the Conservatory of Lyon. Thanks to the bandoneon he inherited from his grandfather, he quickly began to be passionate about Tango and Argentinian music.

Lysandre decided to stop his engineer studies in 2010 and dedicate himself to the music. He joined the Conservatory of Rotterdam (Codarts) under the teaching of Gustavo Beytelmann, Víctor Villena and Leo Vervelde amongst others. In parallel of his studies, he has been multiplying the professional experiences: the Silbando orchestra, the Emedea quintet, the Sónico ensemble, Juan José Mosalini’s grand orchestra, etc...

 

Lysandre is now a reference in tango and one of the most requested bandoneonists in Europe. He’s been accompanying many theatrical works and operas, one with the Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse; he is playing as a soloist in the Orchestre National de France, and in several European projects; he performs in some of the greatest halls in Europe like the Royal Albert Hall (London), the Elbphilharmonie (Hamburg), the Salle Pleyel (Paris), the Bozar (Brussels), the Berlin Konzerthaus, etc…