Grammy-winning pianist dies in New York, aged 39Uncategorized
Octavio Brunetti, who won a 2007 Grammy for his album Te Amo Tango, has died in New York of an unexplained infection.
His family raised $33,000 in 16 days to help pay for his hospital treatment.
Classically trained, Octavio became one of the leading tango pianists in Argentina, as well as conductor of the orchestra in Cordoba. He recorded with Yo Yo Ma, among others.
Our condolences to his family.