The violinist Federico Nathan (Montevideo, 1986) is one of the greatest Uruguayan musicians of our time. He performs as a soloist in ensembles and orchestras all over the world. Being a versatile musician, he participates in projects of a wide range of musical genres and carries on his project, being the latter the meeting point of his fervent creative curiosity.
In his music, Federico Nathan proposes a journey through different sound universes, erasing the barrier between classical music and popular music and creating a kind of music that is free from prejudices and deeply imaginative. Elements of rock, jazz, classical music and Uruguayan music converge in his music, while balancing planned moments with others improvised ones. He is currently Second Violin of the Dutch Metropole Orchestra, twice winner of the Grammy. With this Orchestra he has performed together with artists such as Joshua Redman, Snarky Puppy, Gregory Porter, Esperanza Spalding, Quincy Jones and Gonzalo Rubalcaba, among others. He is also currently a professor at the Berklee School in Valencia.