Guitar Trio was founded in 2003 by the musicians Daniel Cabrio,
Walter Fida and Diego Liotto.
of this trio graduated from the Argentine Music Conservatory
“Carlos López Buchardo”, the Provincial Conservatory
of Morón “Alberto Ginastera”, and the Municipal Conservatory
“Manuel de Falla”.
from superb guitar celebrities, teachers of the status of Monina
Távora, Jorge Martínez Zárate, María
Isabel Siewers, Emilio Colombo and Daniel Küper.
work as guitar teachers in official institutes, such as, the
Conservatory of the City of Buenos Aires, the Conservatory “Alberto
Ginastera”, the School of Music “Juan Pedro Esnaola”, the School
of Arts “Leopoldo Marechal”, and the Schools of Music
No. 6 DE: 13 and No. 4 DE:19.
of the Domine Guitar Trio was developed by Mr. Daniel Cabrio,
who made the arrangements by using different music styles (classical,
sacral, Argentine, tango, Spanish, Italian, Latin American,
carols, etc.), always being faithful to the original versions.
The transcriptions of sacral music are worth highlighting, since
the guitar repertoires, both originals and arrangements, on
this theme are scarce. Due to this, parsons often require the
trio to take part in concert series, masses, weddings and celebrations
in Cathedrals, Basilicas and Parish Churches. The Domine Guitar
Trio is a worldwide pioneer in the performance of religious-sacral
music as a guitar trio, paving the wave for this instrument,
which has been unknown so far.
Guitar Trio has given concerts in the most well-known Cathedrals,
Basilicas and Parish Churches of Argentina, as well as in companies,
institutions, embassies, museums, residences, congresses and
invited to take part in the XII International Festival of Culture
of Sucre, Bolivia, sponsored by the Office of Culture of the Municipality
of the City of Buenos Aires, and to Managua by the Nicaraguan Association
of Christian Theologians (“Asociación
Nicaragüense de Teólogos Cristianos” – A.N.T.E.).
performed in “Nostra Aetate” to commemorate the 40th
anniversary of the Declaration on the Relationship of the Church
with the non-Christian religions of the Vatican Council.
developed by the members of this trio and their deep conviction
that the promotion of the values of different cultures worldwide
results in the enhancement of humanity, led them to create the
“Domine Cultural” Journal – www.periodicodomine.com.ar – a monthly
publication distributed in all the newspaper and magazine stands
of Argentina, with the sponsorship of the Office of Culture
of the Municipality of the City of Buenos Aires and the Office
of Culture of Mar del Plata. Nowadays, “Domine Cultural” has
a staff of contributors from 13 countries.