Pianist Guillermo Klein moved from his indigenous Argentina to Boston in 1990 to review at Berklee University of Music. In 1993 he shifted to NY where he shaped an inventive 17-piece big music group. The band performed Sunday nights on the underground membership Smalls throughout 1995. Many years later, a more recent, larger membership known as the Jazz Regular provided the Guillermo Klein Big Music group a regular Mon night gig for many a few months. Klein also performed and documented using a ten-piece outfit known as los Guachos, which highlighted famous brands Costs McHenry, Chris Cheek, Ben Monder, among others. The band’s debut on Candid Information was under no circumstances released, but Sunnyside found Guachos II for discharge in 1999. Sadly for the brand new York jazz picture, Klein moved back again to Argentina in Sept of 2000. Klein combined with saxophonist Rodrigo Dominguez and trumpeter Juan Cruz de Urquiza for 2005’s Nave on Sunnyside. This year 2010, he shipped the ambitious Domador de Huellas where he interpreted tunes by famous Argentine poet and folk musician Gustavo “Cuchi” Leguizamón. A 12 months later, he combined with pianist Aaron Goldberg for Bienestan, adopted in 2012 by Carrera, which presented his los Guachos ensemble. The concert recording Live in the Town Vanguard made an appearance in 2014. The pianist after that came back to los Guachos for 2016’s Los Guachos V. In 2017, Klein collaborated with vocalist/songwriter Rebecca Martin around the Upstate Project.