"I will travel always in peace knowing that my bass is totally protected!"
Andres Rotmistrovsky is a rising star who is in demand. His bass guitar is heard on more than 50 albums and he has worked with acclaimed artists including Joan Baez, Mala Rodriguez, Sertab Erener, Eva Ayllon, Leon Gieco and Marta Gomez. He has toured the world several times and performed in prestigious venues including The Blue Note Jazz Club, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, at the Latin Grammys, The Apollo Theater, Nokia Theater, Boston Symphony Hall and the Montreux Jazz Festival.
Andres composed and arranged 9 tracks for his debut CD “Upbeat” which was released in 2011 to rave reviews. Bass Player Magazine called Andres “a talented newcomer” and lauded “Upbeat” as “a superb beginning to what should be many more musical masterpieces.”
He has created quite a buzz with his melodic approach to bass and has been featured in publications and on websites including All Bass, No Treble, Bajos y Bajistas, Basstheworld.com, Bass Musician Magazine and For Bass Players Only. Andres holds down the bottom while setting a slot which combines melody and harmony to create a vibrant, lyrical sound. His bass sings.
A native of Buenos Aires, Argentina; Andres attended Berklee College of Music in Boston on several scholarships – The International Award, the Charles Mingus Award and the highly coveted Outstanding Performer Award.
After graduating with honors with a degree in Jazz Composition in 2007, Andres relocated to New York where he currently is based. He performs around the world while continuing to hone his unique style playing, arranging, and producing. He is sharing what he has learned as a dedicated music educator and he remains a devoted researcher of the endless treasures in music.
Andres endorses Sukop Bass Guitars (www.sukop.com), Lorita Basses (https://www.facebook.com/loritabasses), Lanzi Guitars, Traveler Guitar (http://www.travelerguitar.com/), Aguilar Amplification (http://www.aguilaramp.com/), Source Audio effects (www.sourceaudio.net) and Reunion Blues