Tribute to Piazzolla

 

Moment of celebration of the compositional genius of the inventor of the tango nuevo, Astor Piazzolla, who was able to dispel the myth that "Everything can change in Argentina, except Tango."

An accurate musical collage capable of reconstructing the life of the Argentine musician and his stylistic evolution in interpreting and renewing the tango style. A show dedicated to the commemoration of Piazzolla's musical and revolutionary spirit, capable of retracing the melodies of some of the over three thousand songs he composed, in homage to his engaging and captivating energy.

 

On stage: Fabio Furia bandoneon, Simone Soro violin, Massimo Battarino double bass and Marcello Melis, piano.

 

 

 

Buenos Aires Report

 

An ideal journey in the magical portena city, where the dimensions of time and space bend until they meet, guiding the listener on an exciting and seductive journey from Gardel's Tango "cancion", passing through Villoldo, Pedro Laurenz and Troilo, up to to the jazz and avant-garde influences of Astor Piazzolla. The tango explored from its origins in the suburbs and brothels of Buenos Aires, up to its maximum evolution, transformed, revolutionized.

 

On stage Fabio Furia, bandoneon and Marcello Melis, piano.

 

 

 

Corazon al Sur

 

The show tells the story of many Argentines who left the South of the Pampas to seek their fortune in the city in the north, in Buenos Aires. The South as a metaphor for one's homeland, one's country so far away and whose nostalgia is so strong for the many people who came from Europe. The south, its colors, the emblematic features of a people, the Argentine one, mirror of the world. The South, the simplicity of its people, the sun, the joy and the party. A suggestive show to the rhythm of some of the most beautiful pieces of traditional Tango, which trace the history from Rodriguez to Villoldo, up to Troilo and Pugliese.

 

On stage: Fabio Furia, bandoneon and Marcello Melis, piano

 

 

 

Nocturno a mi barrio

 

Argentina in the 1920s. Buenos Aires, the landing city of people of Europe looking for work and luck. Different and desperate people, forced to find a common language that allows them an acceptable coexistence. Music as the only comfort. And with music, dance.

So the show combines music, dance and poetry creating an extraordinary union between Tango, played and danced, and the words of the many who, over the years, have developed the detachment and difficulties by putting their suffering on paper but above all the hope in a more human future.

The show that, in a poetic and melancholic key, tells the story of emigration, nostalgia and distance, still current issues and in which many recognize and identify themselves, finds, precisely for these characteristics, a strong consensus by the public .

 

On stage: Fabio Furia bandoneon, Simone Soro violin, Massimo Battarino double bass and Marcello Melis, piano.

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Associazione Culturale Anton Stadler  

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