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Diego Jasca was born in Bueonos Aires, Argentina. He lived several years in Salvador Bahia (Brasil) where he learned much about Brasilian music such as Baiao, Choro, Bossa, Samba, etc. He has toured through South America as well as through Europe. His instrument - the charango - is known as the mandolin of the Indios. It sounds a bit like a harp or a mandoline. Jasca plays intuitive music with folkloristic elements.

Toto Blanke and Diego Jasca met 1995 and soon discovered

their common affinity for Tango, southamerican Folk, Jazz and contemporary improvised music