Lalo Schifrin, Jerry Goldsmith, Fernando Gelbard, Henry Mancini, Jack Elliott and Jorge Calandrelli
Phil Woods, Fernando Gelbard, Rob McConnell, Guido Basso
Arturo Sandoval, Jorge Calandrelli, Fernando Gelbard, Kenny G
Chuck Niles, Sam Most, Fernando Gelbard
Lalo Schifrin and Fernando Gelbard in Melide, Switzerland
Recording at Sage and Sound in Hollywood with recording Engineer Phil Sheridan. He always used these small Auratone monitors to record The Boss Brass and other great recordings. He listened with soft volume and always got it right. In this photo we are recording direct to digital the Guido Basso Quartet (1986). He mixed while recording!! In this same studio Chet Baker recorded many tracks.
Fernando Gelbard & Bob Sheppard
James Rose, Fernando Gelbard, Mervyn Warren
Jorge Calandrelli and Fernando Gelbard in Beverly Hills
Recording in Hollywood. 2007.
Fernando Gelbard, Jorge Calandrelli, many years ago...!!!
My dear friend Dori Caymmi and me, Fernando Gelbard
Fernando Gelbard, Los Angeles, 2018
Paris, 1990, Lalo Schifrin, Fernando Gelbard & Placido Domingo at a reception in the residence of the Ambassador to Argentina…
Fernando Gelbard and Lalo Schifrin on an elegant Jam session
Fernando Gelbard, Clare Fischer and Jorge Calandrelli at Fernando's party st home after the premiere of Calandrelli's "Clarinet Concerto"
At home with friends, 1988: Lalo Schifrin, Jerry Goldsmith, Pete Rugolo, Jack Elliott, me (Fernando Gelbard) and Henry Mancini. My friend Jorge Calandrelli was recording in London and sent a sub: Pete Rugolo.. !!
Fernando Gelbard and super jazz pianist Enrique Ibarguren at the Claridge Hotel in Buenos Aires, 2006
With West Coast Royalty
With West Coast Royalty: Conte Candoli, Fernando Gelbard, Bud Shank, Marty Paich, John Clayton, Jack Nimitz, Sherman Ferguson, Bill Perkins. During the recoring of a Marty Paich arrangement for the production of an album for the Japanese label Jimco Records, sometime in the mid 90's.
Fernando Gelbard & Joao Donato, Rio de Janeiro
Jorge Calandrelli & Fernando Gelbard. Sometimes it’s good to take life and yourself lightly...
Arnaldo Salustio, Jazz writer from Montevideo
Gillespiana’s Intermission - Fernando Gelbard & Lalo Schifrin at “Catalina's Bar & Grill”, Hollywood, 2004