South Argentinian researcher, composer, and saxophonist, living in Denmark.

Me as an artist. I seek the limit of knowledge and beyond using sound as a tool to communicate through emotions. My language has always been deep and full of complexities but I strive for accessibility. I found my craftsmanship through research, so I immersed myself in many studies to materialize my desire for action. On this path, I released +21 records, founded and directed an organization to develop creative arts in Argentina, and conduct research for new materialities and methods in the arts.

inspired by such people as Anthony Braxton, Miguel Crozzoli makes music that is both highly intellectual and emotional.’ Jakob Baekgaard, >read more<

Academic development. I just finished an practice-based art research degree as a composer called Soloist, the Advance Postgraduate Diploma at the Rytmisk Musikkonservatorium in Copenhagen (2020-2022). On the same fantastic institution, I did my master’s in Music Creation and before I moved to Copenhagen I studied a 4 years bachelor’s degree in music at the Buenos Aires Music School followed by a 3 years jazz specialization at the Conservatory Manuel de Falla. In 2013 I was selected to attend the International Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music at The BANFF Centre in Canada and in 2014 I took a postgraduate degree in Cultural Management at the Faculty of Economics, National University of Córdoba.

Miguel Crozzoli, saxophoniste ténor, nous rappelle au bon souvenir des saxophonistes ardents de la free music…’ Review by Le Son Du Grisli >read more<

I believe in the power of action. I founded and directed Creatividad en Movimiento until 2016: an independent organization focused on developing, increasing visibility, and reaching sustainability for the creative arts in Argentina while focusing on critical thinking and social activism.

I’m part of the founding members and active artist of Nendo Dango Records, an independent label that aims to increase visibility and communication of improvised music from Argentina.

*photo: Luise Volkman