Corina Piatti

Argentinian singer/songwriter and guitarist Corina Piatti, presents an extensive repertoire, as a solo artist and with different ensembles, featuring talented and professional musicians and occasionally also dancers.

Since 2008 in London, she has been in demand at all major clubs and venues.

Amongst them, The Southbank Centre, Ronnie Scott's, The Barfly, The Stables Milton Keynes, The Rich Mix, The Notting Hill Arts Club, Hootananny Brixton, Highgate Jazz with Soul Festival 2014, Wales celebrated Latin American Festival El Sueño Existe

“Corina Piatti's guest appearance at Chelsea Arts Collective (CAC) in April 2014 worked like a charm. To her own skilful acoustic guitar accompaniment, Piatti sang with a warmly appealing mixture of emotional delicacy and strength. It was a pleasure to be in her company.” Donald Hutera (writer for The Times and CAC curator and co-founder)

Corina has also played live in many other Milongas, bars, social clubs and restaurants around Europe and Latin America.

She studied music in Buenos Aires at the Sebastian Piana Institute and at San Martin Cultural Centre. Then in London, at LCCM - London Centre of Contemporary Music & started in Brazil as a vocalist and guitarist, aged 18.

In Buenos Aires she was introduced to the Tango, Bossa Nova and Jazz scene before moving to Spain in 2005 where she continued solo and trio work based in Barcelona.

Her own EP with original compositions entitled Calma is OUT now!

Available Recordings To Listen to on this Website:

Corina Piatti’s original song No Somos Nada, along with Baldosa Floja (1950’s Milonga by Julio Bocazzi/Florindo Sassone and Dante Gilardoni) and Libertango/I’ve Seen That Face Before (Astor Piazzolla/Grace Jones) were recorded at SAE institute studios in London in 2010, with Diego Reis as the sound engineer and remixed by Koichi Sakai, featuring:
Henry Gilbert on Double Bass, Christian Miller on Guitar, Maurizio Minardi on Accordion and Koichi Sakai on Percussion.

The following acoustic version of another original composition Tu Buen Humor, is a solo performance on voice and guitar, recorded in Buenos Aires in 2002.

From the same time, Las Puertas A Mi, a Spanish Pop Balad, that counts as one of her first compositions on voice and guitar, featuring Nizha Bustos on Violin.

After these solo performances of original songs, Chega De Saudade (1958 Tom Jobim/Vinicius De Moraes) that was recorded in Buenos Aires at Jorge Beren's Studios, with Augusto Di Tella on Guitar, year 2002/3.

Being the next one another Brazilian Samba, Como Dizía O Poeta (Vinicius De Moraes/Toquinho), it was recorded from a live show at Radio Nacional Argentina, with Juanjo Hermida on Keyboard, Arturo Bassnueva on Bass and Diego Olivera on Drums, Buenos Aires 2003.

The last track, a traditional tango, A Media Luz (1924 Edgardo Donato/Carlos Lenzi ) was recorded in Buenos Aires, at Freedom Recording Studios in 2004 with Juanjo Hermida on Piano.

Diseñado por Enrique Piatti