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Pedro Pablo García Caffe died

musician Pedro Pablo Garcia Caffeicwhich integrate zupe quartet and . was the director of Colon TheaterDied, aged 77.

Stage director, producer and cultural administrator, he turned to popular music and classical music, as director of the Camerata Bariloche, and also as general director of the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra.

García Caffe was the general and artistic director of the Teatro Argentino de la Plata and the general and artistic director of the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires.

The Zupe Quartet was founded by García Caffe in 1966.  photo Juan Manuel Foglia

The Zupe Quartet was founded by García Caffe in 1966. photo Juan Manuel Foglia

García Caffi took over as general director on February 12, 2009, and has since reopened on May 24, 2010, after an intensive process of restoration and modernization, on the eve of the bicentenary of the Republic of Argentina. Headed to the Teatro Colon. Management of Mauricio Macri.

Since submitting his resignation in January 2015, he was one of the directors of the Teatro Colón for the most years at the helm in its entire history.

his successful career

Born in Buenos Aires in September 1944, in 1966 he was the founder of Cuerteto Zupe, a group he was involved in and directed for twenty-five years. With the quartet he made countless international tours, and won awards and gold records.

The Zupe Quartet, in 1991, and after a career spanning 25 years, disbanded.  Photo German Garcia Adrasti

The Zupe Quartet, in 1991, and after a career spanning 25 years, disbanded. Photo German Garcia Adrasti

Cuarteto Zupay was one of the most successful groups of the years following the dictatorship, recording thirteen albums between 1981 and 1989. In 1991, after a career spanning 25 years, the group disbanded. In March 1992 he was appointed general director of the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra. He had a mission to complete a restructuring project submitted by himself, and he worked there until August 1996.

In 1997 he was appointed as executive director of the Camerata Bariloche and it was under his direction that the Camarata appeared at the Teatro Colón and the Teatro Nacional Cervantes in Buenos Aires.

In 1999 he was appointed General and Artistic Director of the Centro de las Artes Teatro Argentino de la Plata, serving until January 2002.

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