|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Suite Trane (In Memoriam John Coltrane)||7||Audio||2005|
|2||Suite Trane (In Memoriam John Coltrane)||5||Audio||2005||Whatmusic.com|
|3||Suite Trane (In Memoriam John Coltrane)||5||Audio||1977||Catalyst Records (3)|
|4||Suite Trane (In Memoriam John Coltrane)||5||Audio||1970||Trova|
|5||Nacha De Noche||11||Audio||1977||Hispavox|
|6||Classical Tropico||10||Audio||1989-11-01||WEA Latina|
|7||Nacha De Noche (En Vivo)||11||Audio||1987||Hispavox|
|8||Nacha De Noche||11||Audio||1977|
|9||Nacha De Noche (Grabado En Vivo En México)||10||Audio||1985||CBS|
Argentinian composer, arranger and piano player. He was born in La Plata, Argentina, in 1944, at a musicians home. His father, Fermín Valentín Favero, a well known music teacher, founded the first music academy specialized in popular music forms and instruments in Argentina. In 1963 he graduated with a "Special Bachelors Degree in Music" from the Superior School of Fine Arts of the National University of La Plata.
In 1968 he obtained a degree as Piano Professor and in 1973 as Composition Professor, both from the Department of Arts and Audio-visual Media from the National University of La Plata.
Alberto Favero's production is very diverse, and it has been reflected in a variety of musical fields. They can be grouped, however, in three main categories: Concerts and recitals, Setting poems to music (as many Mario Benedetti's poems) and Musical Theater (Shows, musical comedies, opera, ballet and related multimedia productions).
He has backed [a2473261] in many shows and albums and has arranged most of his records.