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"Their world rhythms and multilingual lyrics celebrate the beautiful diversity in our world and honor the human experience that ties us all together." 

- Levitt at the Falls (SD)

Duo Eleanor Dubinsky and Darío Acosta Teich (USA/Argentina) take audiences on a feel-good trip around the world with fresh interpretations of jazz, beloved classics in Spanish, French, Portuguese and original songs.


Eleanor is a USA-born vocalist/cellist/songwriter from St. Louis, MO. Darío, a masterful guitarist, is from Tucumán, Argentina. Together, the NYC based duo inspires with elegant performances transcending genre and geography. Their engaging concerts invite audiences to clap, dance and sing along - all in celebration of the beautiful diversity in our world. 

Past appearances include Ball State University (IN), Kent State Tuscarawas (OH), Lotus Education and Arts Foundation (IN), Payomet PAC (MA), Jazz Aspen-Snowmass, Arrowhead Center For The Arts (MN), Joe’s Pub at The Public (NYC), Frankfurt Book Fair, Airbnb, Instacart, U.S. Embassies in Mauritania, Honduras, Guatemala and Argentina, Bebop Club (ARG), Lonely Planet, Septiembre Musical Festival (ARG) and many more.

Educational outreach is a key element of Eleanor and Darío’s offerings. Their workshops and residencies emphasize accessibility and inclusion and can be adapted for elementary through university level. Eleanor and Darío serve as cultural ambassadors via the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Arts Envoy program and African Regional Services. The New York City based duo is fluent and teach in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Hebrew.

Credit: Alex Korolkovas
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